Removing 1,4 Dioxane at Residential Level RE: Long Island

Removing 1,4 Dioxane at Residential Level RE: Long Island

1,4 dioxane, identified by the EPA as a "likely human carcinogen", has been found in extremely high levels in the Long Island area. (Please see http://www.nswcawater.org/facts-about-14-dioxane/ for reference).

Currently, there are no certified residential-level treatment technologies available to remove 1,4 dioxane from water supply.

Based on the preliminary research I've done so far: 

My question to the experts in our community:

What are the safest & most effective technology options for removing 1,4 dioxane at the household level?

I am asking on behalf of the families (including my own) who are relying on bottled water as their drinking water source.