Why Boil Water When You Could Use a Berkey Gravity Water Filter?

A few Rhode Island communities are under a boil-water order after E. coli was detected from a customer’s faucet.

The Rhode Island Department of Health ordered this after follow-up samples were taken and tested positive.

The source of contamination is still being investigated, and the boil-water order remains in effect until the problem is corrected.

The “authorities” say everything is fine and that it’s not really in the water, but who are they fooling?

A press release from the Rhode Island Department of Health stated: “The presence of E. coli bacteria indicates that the water may be contaminated with human or animal wastes.

These bacteria can cause diarrhea, cramps, nausea or headaches. Infants, young children and anyone with a weakened immune system is at an increased risk for developing more severe symptoms.

Residents who experience any of these symptoms, even if tap water has been avoided, should call their healthcare provider.”

There is a much better and quicker way to get clean water free of E. coli.

No, I’m not talking about expensive bottled water. The Berkey gravity water filters that filter out pathogenic bacteria, cysts and parasites to non-detectable levels.

This includes E. coli, Klebsiella, Pseudomonas Aeruginosa, Giardia and Cryptosporidium. They’ve been tested officially to filter those little nasties.

With the Berkey water filter you don’t have to worry about the municipal water supply being contaminated and you don’t have to boil all of your water. You also don’t have to change these filters every month.

Always be prepared and have a quality Berkey gravity water filter on hand for everyday use, emergency use and just about any situation. You can feel confident that your family will be safe.

We’ve had a Berkey Light water purification system for many years and even my kids love the taste and sense of security knowing their water is clean and pure.

Which Berkey Gravity Water Filter Is Best For Us?

This really depends upon your situation.

How many people do you have in your family? Is it just you or are there five of you?

Do you plan on using Berkey water for cooking and cleaning?

Once you have answered these questions you will be able to know which system is right for you.