Posted July 04, 2018 12:03:51 Water purifiers have become increasingly popular with consumers, with about a third of Americans reporting using them in the past year, according to a recent survey by the Water Business Association.
The water purifiers are becoming increasingly popular in the U.S. and other countries around the world, with many countries offering free or discounted versions.
In fact, the WaterBusiness Association said in its latest report that more than 5.3 million households have purchased water purification products from its website, which includes brands like Pure Water, Pure Water Premium, PureWater, and Pure Water.
Some water purifyrs use a device to separate water from other substances in the tap, which is then passed through a filter that removes certain chemicals.
Others use a process that filters out other impurities and allows water to be purified.
The WaterBusiness said the popularity of these water purifers has been fueled by consumers’ increasing desire to have their water purified in less time than they typically do.
The association said it’s important to note that water purifications aren’t a replacement for a regular tap water filter.
They’re more like an enhanced version of that process, which can remove impurities that may be harmful to health.