Berkey Light® water filtration systems have undergone many changes, as new tooling is required after a certain number of molded parts are made. Not all of the molds are the same, and therefore not all of the upper and lower system chambers are interchangeable. The most recent molds for the Berkey Light® system were changed […]
The answer is NO—Berkey® water filter systems do NOT leach aluminum into your drinking water. Click the link below to read and download our extensive article (.pdf) that explains more about Berkey® water filter systems, and the differences between aluminum, alumina and activated alumina—three terms that people often incorrectly (and sometimes irresponsibly) use interchangeably when […]
Berkey® products are not for sale to residents of the State of California. NMCL acknowledges that common-sense regulations are valuable in protecting the public, especially when it comes to issues so essential as clean drinking water. However, when regulations become extreme, they can do more harm than good. In our opinion, this has become the […]
While New Millennium Concepts, Ltd. has not conducted specific testing for sulfuric acid, our expectation is that reduction of sulfuric acid should occur for the following reasons: Sulfur reduction is typically best achieved using anion exchange resins. Black Berkey® Elements use ion exchange for the reduction of copper, iron, sulfur and other heavy metals. Learn […]
The media within the Black Berkey® 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 paid for any third-party testing with accredited laboratories for the removal rate of […]
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.
MELBOURNE, Fla. – The city of Melbourne shut down water feeds Thursday before Hurricane Matthew made landfall. Read more. Find your system here.
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.
The number of northeast Fresno homes in which tests reveal lead in the water coming from faucets has climbed to almost 300, including nearly 120 in which lead levels exceed the acceptable threshold set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Read more.
Dallas ISD officials will start testing water for lead at all of its campuses by Oct. 1, according to documents obtained Thursday by The Dallas Morning News. Read More.