Iso Pure Water,
the leading supplier of water purification systems to residential and
business founded in 2005 with one mission - Pure Water for Pure Life,
responds to California's renewed "Toilet to Tap" water reclamation
conservation and reclamation continues to be a topic in the news. The
United Nations predicts that severe water shortages affecting at least
400 million people today will affect 4 billion people, more than half of
humanity, by 2050. Prevention of the looming water crisis should
receive top priority, according to UN Secretary-general, Ban Ki-moon.
an effort to seek viable alternatives California announced a couple of
years ago an initiative in Orange County, whereby wastewater would be
converted into drinking water. Plans were put in place to create
filtration solutions, then were shelved due to public concerns.
August of this year, the San Diego City Council re-launched the pilot
program noting its prior history with the public and political
opposition. Much of the concern, from the public, surrounds the
cleanliness and drinkability of the water. There are many that have
raised concerns in the treatment and purification of the water from
waste to potable.
environmental friendly and encouraging others to recycle by converting
wastewater to drinking water may sound like a great idea, however,
because we still do not know what type of waste people continue to pour
down their sinks the public should not support this program. We have
significant concerns about how water plants will be converting
wastewater to clean potable water� shared Tai Pham, CEO, Isopure Water
and leading expert on water filtration.
�In order to address the concerns about the �Toilet to Tap� program,
Isopure Water is able to provide safe drinking water for both
residential and commercial use through our water filtration systems.�
Pham continued, �We want the community to embrace the ability to
recycle, but not at the risk of safety and health. Adding water
purification systems to your home or business will help protect against
harmful toxins, not caught by local water treatment plants.�