4. What are my arsenic water treatment system options?
published by stuart on Tue, 11/10/2015 - 15:37
Surveyed treatment providers in New Jersey and the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection recommend adsorption systems to treat arsenic in private wells. The biggest decision buyers are faced with is whether to treat all the water in the house or a single tap in the kitchen.
The preferred system is a Whole-House treatment system with two tanks in series, which is often called "Point-of-Entry" (POE) because it treats all water in the home near the point where the water enters the home.
The other type of treatment is single tap treatment, which is often called "Point-of-Use" (POU) because the treatment unit is usually near the single tap used for drinking and cooking water.