Many groundwater sources in Utah contain dangerously high levels of Arsenic.

 

Arsenic in Utah

Arsenic is an abundant, naturally occurring element that can be found at varying concentrations in the Earth’s outer crust. The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) and US EPA have classified arsenic as a human carcinogen.

Groundwater consumption is one of the most common sources of arsenic exposure. Skin absorption of arsenic is negligible; therefore, hand washing and bathing do not currently pose a known risk to human or animal health.

Reducing levels of Arsenic in drinking water is extremely important to protect yourself from the potential health issues associated with chronic Arsenic exposure.

Crusader Arsenic removal systems are engineered to work in single-tank or lead/lag configurations. Our systems have:

  • NSF/ANSI Standard 61 Certified Media

  • Proven iron chemistry

  • No fines

  • No backwash

  • Centrally Regenerable Medial

  • Optimal flow dynamics

  • Rapid adsorption kinetics

  • Low pressure drop

  • Spent media passes Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP)

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