Prior to transporting or moving any Berkey® system, the Black Berkey® Purification Elements must first be removed. Failure to remove the elements from the system can result in broken stems. Place the elements in secure and water-tight packaging. The top and bottom of the stainless steel systems nest within each other for easy transport (remove […]
GenX is the trade name for a chemical that was introduced in 2010 as a “safer” replacement for a toxic contaminant known as PFOA (perfluorooctanoic acid, commonly called C8). Like its predecessor, GenX enables the production of common household products including non-stick pans, firefighting foam and water-repellent fabrics. Although few health studies are available on […]
Yes, the base of Black Berkey Purification Element is BPA free.
Phthalate esters are not used in the manufacture of the Berkey Light® system chambers. Additionally, the Black Berkey® purification element reduces certain phthalates, including Butylbenzylphthalate and Diethylphthalate. Read the test results for the Black Berkey® Purification Elements. Find the Berkey Light® system here.
The media within the Black Berkey® Purification Elements is not designed to remove beneficial (ionic) minerals from your water supply. These kinds of minerals can be reduced if they are in high concentration, but some will still be allowed through. We have not done any testing for the removal rate of ionic minerals, as they […]
ATLANTA – Beaver dams have been demolished, burbling fountains silenced, and the drinking water in one southern town has taken on the light brownish color of sweet tea. Read more. Learn what Berkey® Systems can reduce. Find your system here.
What are estrogenic compounds? “Estrogenic compounds are part of a larger category of chemicals known as endocrine-disruptors (EDCs), chemicals that can alter the hormonal and homeostatic systems enabling an organism—like a human being or other animal—to communicate with and respond to its environment.” http://www.arhp.org/publications-and-resources/contraception-journal/august-2011 What types of estrogen are found in drinking water? “The […]
MELBOURNE, Fla. – The city of Melbourne shut down water feeds Thursday before Hurricane Matthew made landfall. Read more. Find your system here.
Residents of a Washington Township mobile park say they’re worried about their health after E. coli was found in their water. Read more.
A recent report showing the presence of a cancer-causing metal in drinking water from every New Jersey county has many residents wondering how local regions rank on the list. Read more.