Optimum filters for Chromium , Fluoride and Chlorine?
asked 16 February 2017 asked by Water Life (600 points)
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Carbon block will handle chlorine. Reverse osmosis will remove some but not all of the floride and chromium. I believe there are multiple filter systems capable of 100%, but I'm not familiar with them. Chromium 6 is currently being removed by expensive systems provided by PG&E, here in Hinkley Ca. on several properties. The maintenence on these systems makes them costly even after the initial purchase. You can get more info on this at their remediation website, or google it.