Multipure is proud to announce that Multipure’s Aquadome and Aquaversa Drinking Water Systems are NSF-certified for NSF/ANSI Standard 401: Emerging Compounds/Incidental Contaminants.

NSF/ANSI Standard 401 was developed to cover contaminants such as prescription drugs, over-the-counter medications, herbicides and pesticides, and chemical compounds. Specific examples of these contaminants include estrone (a hormone), ibuprofen (an over-the-counter pain reliever), DEET (a pesticide and insect repellent), and BPA (a chemical compound used in plastics).

Multipure prides itself on its ability to develop new solutions to the evolving science of water filtration, and Multipure prides itself on its ability to treat drinking water for the broadest array of contaminants. With our Aquadome and Aquaversa now NSF-certified under Standard 42 (Aesthetic Effects), Standard 53 (Health Effects), and Standard 401 (Emerging Compounds), Multipure is confident in its ability to provide you with better water for better health, now and for the future.

For a full listing of Multipure products NSF-certified for Standard 401, please visit http://info.nsf.org/Certified/DWTU/Listings.asp?Company=32730&Standard=401.