Point of Entry Water Filtration

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I've been keenly following developments in point of entry water filtration solutions and have been excited about the prospects of nanocarbon filters ever since watching this TED Talks presentation:


To date, I've only seen one company selling PoE filters on a reputable site like Amazon- but no reviews and sparse information from the seller. My interest is in getting a solution that can work in a 3rd world country with very poor water filtration. I've reached out to the company that lists their product on Amazon with questions about the need for pre-filteration to extend the life of their filter, but got no response.


Another company called NanoCeram received an award from NREL, but their website is atrociously horrible with lots of stale links and missing content.


In my dream world, this technology would be readily available and accessible through in-expensive 3D printers so that no one would ever have to run the risk of getting sick and dying from bad water. Seeing that we don't live in that world, please share any insight you might have with PoE water filtration as a whole, and if you've ever used nanocarbon technology.

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