How to Get Rid of a PFAS Water Contamination

Water-slicking gear contains PFAS particles that may contribute to PFAS water contamination as a byproduct
The threat of PFAS isn’t necessarily a new thing for residents of West Michigan.  Over the last 2-3 years, more and more instances of PFAS contamination are being found throughout the state and beyond, affecting wells and watersheds and families and businesses throughout the country.
The EPA advises that a ’safe’ level of PFAS is 70 parts per trillion, but recent studies by the Center for Disease Control suggest that number could be anywhere from 7 to 10 times too high.
The good news – PFAS are actually a relatively easy chemical to remove from water.
  • If your water is contaminated with PFAS, use Gordon bottled water for drinking, food prep, and brushing teeth until they resolve your water contamination
  • Activated Charcoal Filter rated specifically for the removal of PFAS, and Reverse Osmosis systems are the only proven way to eliminate PFOA/PFAS down to non-detectible levels.  The Kinetico K5 System contains both

If you’re concerned about PFAS contamination in your home or businesses drinking water, click the link below to learn about just one of our many solutions for removal, the K5 Drinking Water System from Kinetico!