Most homes in the United States have city water pumped into their home plumbing system that is used for all tasks that require water, including drinking. However, there is a difference between “legally safe” drinking water and water that is actually safe. At Aquathin NJ, we are committed to providing the families and communities with safe, delicious drinking water by providing home water filtration systems.

Globally, more than 2 billion people drink water from contaminated sources and over 844 million people lack even basic water sources. However, with advances in technology and global initiatives, approximately 89 percent of the world’s population has access to an improved drinking water source.

Home water filtration systems help provide safe drinking water for families and communities. Read our home water filtration systems blog to find out how these systems work and why every family needs one. We all deserve fresh, clean water to drink and AquaThin NJ’s goal is to make that happen.

Tune in to our home water filtration system blog to learn everything you need to know about water and water filtration systems. Our blogs will include topics on what makes drinking water totally safe, how water filtration systems work, and why you should be drinking filtered water. For all of you water filtration needs in New Jersey, contact us at Aquathin NJ, or shop our line of home water filtration systems online today!

 

  1. What is the Difference Between Filtered Water and Purified Water?

    Many people who are otherwise unaware will use the terms filtered water and purified water interchangeably. While they are similar, there are some important differences that you should be aware of if you are looking for a home drinking water system. It is also important to understand the difference between legally safe drinking water and totally safe drinking water. Here, we will help clarify some…Read More

  2. Common Minerals Found in Water

    Water will always have some sort of minerals in the mix. Regardless of where you’re tapping from, if you’re using a well or if you live in a certain area, minerals are a part of the mix. Now, not all of the minerals that are found in water are harmful, but the only way to recognize unsafe minerals in the water you’re drinking is to start off by educating yourself on which minerals are harmfu…Read More

  3. The Cycle of Clean Tap Water

    Globally, more than 946 million people still use the bathroom outside. Unfortunately, these same people also use that “toilet" water for all of the other functions in life -- bathing, cooking, drinking. Here in the United States and other first world countries, water comes out of a tap as clean and drinkable and we wash our waste -- excrement or otherwise -- into sewer systems so that other peop…Read More