RO purifiers: Less of a solution, more of a problem

RO purifiers: Less of a solution, more of a problem

Not only are RO water purifiers not needed in most places, but using the process to treat water when it is not called for also spells environmental havoc. 

There’s a high chance that your civic body-supplied water does not benefit by undergoing reverse osmosis (RO) process, unless you live in a desert, in an...

RO technology is not applicable to all water types. Even the Indian water purifier industry admits this. “RO cannot be universally applicable for all water types due to key technology limitations. Since RO works on very tiny pore-sized membranes mole...

What the association is saying is that reverse osmosis eliminates all chemical contaminants (ions, metals, pesticides, particles, etc.) in the water. This means an RO purifier will remove all minerals from the water irrespective of whether these are ...

It’s all about the TDS RO water purifier salesmanship boils down to one factor – total dissolved solids or TDS in short. TDS are dissolved salts and compounds in the water that cannot be removed by simple filtration. And indeed RO water purifiers ar...

 

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