Water Treatment Solutions for Fluoride Removal - Water and Wastewater - Drinking Water
Fluoride is a naturally occurring mineral in the soil in some areas of the country. It can leach into the drinking water supply. At low levels, it is not considered to be harmful. In fact, many water treatment plants add fluoride to the water because fluoride has been shown to help decrease tooth decay. However, higher levels can be hazardous to our health.
The EPA has set a maximum contaminant level (MCL) of 4.0 mg/L in our potable water. Levels above this can cause spotting on teeth, decreases in bone density, respiratory disease, or cancer.
AdEdge removes Fluoride with AdEdge AD74 adsorption with activated alumina filtration. or with membrane filtration. Both are regarded as Best Available Technology (BAT) for removing fluoride from drinking water. Our Systems are available for municipal water systems, private or public community systems, or and for individual households.