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What You Need to Know About Water Borne Illnesses

By May 27, 2020November 29th, 2020No Comments

We frequently encourage you to filter your water because of the numerous health benefits that are associated with it. It also helps to know what you’re filtering out of your water. Take a look below!

7 common waterborne diseases
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The good news is that filtration can significantly reduce your chances of ingesting one of these dangerous pathogens. To make sure you’re filtering out these contaminants and more, we recommend that you replace your refrigerator water filter every 6 months. It’s easy— just go to our website, enter your filter number or your refrigerator model or answer a few simple questions about your refrigerator and we’ll help you find the right one!


Have a countertop filtration system, whole home water filtration system, or other filtered water system? We’ve got you covered! Find the filters you need conveniently on our website.


Do you have pets? Your pets deserve clean drinking water too! Check out our selection of Fresh and Clear Drinking Fountain for cats and puppies or the Dogit Design Fresh and Clear Drinking Fountain. These filtered drinking water fountains provide a consistent supply of clean and fresh drinking water for your pet through a re-circulating water flow.


Get clean, filtered water wherever you are with the Propur Water Filtration Straw . This convenient filtered straw removes tons of contaminants including lead, E.coli, and more.


At, we only offer refrigerator water filters that are certified for NSF standards, and all of our products are backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee so you can have greater peace of mind in knowing that you’re drinking fresh and clear water.

Have any questions? Feel free to let us know! is a replacement water and air filter company located in the United States. The views and opinions contained herein are solely those of the original author and do not represent Eco Blue Life or its affiliates. This article was originally published on  
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