Growing up, we never thought twice about heading to the faucet, getting a glass of water and drinking it. We drank from the hoses in our backyards when we were outside playing. That’s just what we did. Nowadays, we’re all about our bottled water and while having healthy water is obviously a priority, the amount of bottled water we buy every year, is astounding.
There are 50 billion water bottles consumed every year and 30 million of those are from the US alone. It takes 3 times the amount of water to make one of those bottles than it does to fill it. 80% of the water bottles we buy end up in landfills, not being recycled like we’ve all been told. (source: Huffington Post)
So, what are we supposed to do to get clean, great tasting water into our homes without hurting the environment and hurting our wallets. The Pfister faucet with Xtract technology brings great tasting water into your home and filters all the bad stuff out that you don’t want to be drinking! This is a single faucet that works 2x faster than other water filter products uses GE® 2X High Flow Filtration which reduces contaminants such as pharmaceuticals, chlorine, and lead. The faucet functions just like other faucets, just pull the handle forward for regular tap water and push back for cold, filtered water. It’s as simple as that.
The Pfister faucet gets rid of all the “jobbies” that are lurking in our drinking water. What are jobbies?
- Pharmaceuticals – medications that have been flushed down the toilet
- Pesticides – run off from rivers & creeks
- Mercury – erosion of natural deposits, waste from refineries & factories
- Lead – comes from corrosion of household plumbing
- Chlorine – can cause bad tasting & bad smelling water
Check out the the Pfister faucet with Xtract technology for cleaner, healthier water.
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