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    Brita - On Tap Faucet Replacement Water Filter Chrome - 1 Filter(s)

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      Brita - On Tap Faucet Replacement Water Filter Chrome - 1 Filter(s)

      • Code#:58871
      • Manufacturer:Brita
      • Size/Form:1  Filter(s)
      • Packaged Ship Weight:1

      Brita - On Tap Faucet Replacement Water Filter Chrome - 1 Filters

      Brita faucet filters fit all models of Basic and Complete faucet filtration systems. These multistage filters reduce chlorine, lead and other impurities, so all that's left behind is healthier, great-tasting drinking water. Remember to replace your filter every 100 gallons or four months, whichever comes first.

      Brita Pitcher Water Filtration System Features

      • Digital 2-quart water pitcher
      • Filter change indicator reminds you when to change filter
      • Streamlined, contemporary design
      • Fits in refrigerator door
      • Flip-top lid for easy refilling
      • Improved handle for ease of use
      • Uses a BRITA pitcher filter
      • Reduces chlorine taste and odor
      • Removes sediment and other harmful substances
      • Includes pitcher and one filter
      • Tested and certified by NSF International

      How Brita Filters Work
      Great-tasting Brita water begins with Brita filters. The Brita filter's activated carbon and ion exchange resin work together to filter your water so you are left with healthier, great-tasting drinking water. For Brita Faucet Filters, the process is just as simple. When you turn on your faucet, water first passes through stage 1: A non-woven screen around the filter to trap sediment. Then the water flows through stage 2: A compressed block of carbon and zeolite, reducing Chlorine (taste and odor) and Lead.

      Brita Certification

      Impurities
      Heavy metals Lead
      Taste and odor Chlorine
      Disinfection by-products Total Trihalomethanes
         (TTHMs)
      Particulates Particulate Turbidity
      Industrial pollutants

      Asbestos
      Benzene
      Carbon tetrachloride
      Chlorobenzene
      o-Dichlorobenzene
      Ethylbenzene

      Styrene
      Tetrachloroethylene
      Toluene
      Trichloroethylene
      Volatile Organic 
         Chemicals (VOCs)
      Pesticides and herbicides 2,4-D
      Alachlor
      Atrazine
      Carbofuran
      Chlordane
      Endrin
      Lindane
      Methoxychlor
      Simazine
      Toxaphene
       

      Why Use a Brita Water Filter?

      • Great-tasting water makes it easier to get your daily dose
        When you drink water regularly, you feel better and more energized. So shouldn't the water you drink taste as good as it feels? That's where Brita comes in. It transforms tap water into healthier, great-tasting drinking water. And the better water tastes, the more you will drink. You don't have to be a connoisseur to taste the difference Brita makes:
        • Improves a cup of coffee, tea, ice cubes, frozen juices and powdered drinks
        • Great for preparing cooked foods and mixing infant formula
      • What Brita filtration systems reduce from tap water
        The quality of U.S. and Canadian tap water is generally quite good. However, some municipalities introduce chlorine as a disinfectant and lead can leach out of household plumbing. Brita™ water filtration systems reduce several common impurities:
        • Pitchers and Dispensers: Reduce Chlorine (taste and odor), Copper, and Mercury — all of which may be found in tap water.
        • Faucet Filtration Systems: Reduce Lead, TTHM, VOCs, lindane (pesticide), 2,4-D, alachlor, atrazine (herbicide), Chlorine (taste and odor) and sediment
      • It's an easy way to help your community and the world
        In spite of having easy access to clean water, the United States is a huge consumer of bottled water. In 2008, the U.S. used enough plastic water bottles to stretch around the earth more than 190 times. It takes 2,000 times more energy to produce a bottle of water than it does to produce tap water. 69% of bottled water containers end up in the trash and not in a recycling container.
      • Brita makes it easier to reduce bottled water waste, save money and go green
        One Brita pitcher filter can effectively replace as many as 300 standard 16.9-ounce bottles. So you can get great-tasting water without so much waste. For about $10 each, you can purchase a 16-ounce or 32-ounce Nalgene bottle, saving you hundreds of dollars a year on bottled water. Plus, one bottle can last for years.

      Transforming ordinary tap water into healthier, great-tasting water
      A tall glass of water can help you feel better and stay healthier. At Brita, they believe it should taste good, too. That's why their filters are designed to reduce the common impurity Chlorine, found in tap water. Use Brita filtered water for cooking, coffee, tea, plants and even for your thirsty pets!

      Better for your wallet — and for the environment
      Over the course of a year, the average Brita pitcher filters 240 gallons of water — or about the same as 1800 standard 16.9-ounce plastic bottles. And one filter can replace 300 bottles of water and save over $600 a year. They believe that a few simple steps — like filtering your water and reducing plastic waste — can create a big impact when everyone does them together.

      Raising awareness bottle by bottle
      In 2007, Brita joined forces with Nalgene to create the FilterForGood program, which encourages consumers to reduce plastic waste by pledging to refill reusable bottles with filtered water. Along the way, they've picked up an amazing and diverse roster of partners such as The Sundance Film Festival, NBC's The Biggest Loser, and Surfrider. Since Brita started, consumers from around the world have pledged to save over 260 million plastic bottles — and counting.

      Brita history
      So how did an idea from a small town in Germany become an international success? It all started in 1966, when West German entrepreneur Heinz Hankammer set out to fulfill his vision of optimizing normal tap water. He began production under a pear tree in the family's garden, affectionately naming the company after his daughter, Brita. More than 45 years later, Brita is now considered a world market leader of home water filtration products.

      Suggested Use

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      New filter snaps in one easy step. Detailed instructions inside.

      The Brita Faucet Filter is not intended to purify water. Do not use with water that is microbiologically unsafe or of unknown quality without adequate disinfection before or after the system. Individuals requiring water of special microbiological purity should follow the advice of their doctor or local health officials regarding the use and consumption of their tap water and Brita filtered water.

      The contaminants or other substances removed or reduced by this water treatment device are not necessarily in all users' water.

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      100%1 out of 1 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
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      By Vallerie (Winnetka , CA )

      I really like this water filtration system - it works well and the chrome looks very nice. My indicator light on the base stopped working after a couple of years of having it, but the filter still works fine. It probably needs batteries or something - or perhaps I will just buy a new system. I think it's well worth it for even a couple years use before getting another system. The filters need to be replaced every few months. I like how you can adjust to different water stream types.

      I RECOMMEND THIS PRODUCT!
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      Phone: 1-800-24-BRITA Visit website

      About Brita

      For almost 40 years Brita has been among the leading experts in the field of water optimization. The family business, founded in 1966, has become two global companies which manufactures water filtration products for household and professional applications.

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