Brondell Ensures High-Quality Water for Consumers, Despite Ban on Bottled Water Sales
San Francisco, CA, April 03, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- On October 1, the legislation proposed by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors President David Chiu, to ban the sale and distribution of plastic water bottles on property, will take effect. Tap water is "a much healthier and cheaper version," says Chiu.
There is a perception that bottled water is healthier than tap water, but, according to Katherine Sawyer of Corporate Accountability International, that is a myth. The city's water "is the best-tasting tap water in the nation," agrees general manager of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission Harlan Kelly. Brondell, a company specializing in water filtration, emphasizes that there are a number of regulatory loopholes bottled water companies take advantage of. "Bottled water is not strictly regulated by the FDA," a company spokesperson explains.
While water quality might already be high in San Francisco, consumers can improve it even further by utilizing Brondell filters. Brondell’s H2O+ Cypress Water Filtration System uses a patented three-stage filtration process to remove toxins and chemicals still present in trace amounts. As a result, consumers can get great tasting, clean water right from the comfort of their own home. To further assure consumers of water quality, Brondell makes information about the purity of their water easily available. This way, consumers won't be duped into thinking they are buying "healthier" bottled water that is no more regulated than what comes from their tap.
Water bottles are rarely recycled, and are much more expensive than water from the tap. Despite what marketing campaigns may say, water bottles are not better for consumers' health, wallet, or environment. Taking advantage of great Brondell products might be the best alternative, especially when the ban hits.
Brondell is based in San Francisco and located at 550 15th St. Suite 4. For more information, visit www.brondell.com, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or give them a call at 888-542-3355.