News | May 11, 2011

New Water Treatment Process From Hungerford & Terry, Inc. Can Reduce Sodium Levels In Drinking Water

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Two recent articles in the Gloucester County Times of New Jersey report on an ion exchange program in Monroe Township, New Jersey that promises to reduce sodium in drinking water. This three-month testing program by Hungerford & Terry, Clayton, NJ is now in the second month. If cleared by New Jersey state officials, this process would offer significant cost savings to municipalities that are considering a more expensive reverse osmosis process to remove sodium to below 50 mg/L in drinking water. See links below. Copyright© - The Gloucester County Times.

Monroe Township Officials Weighing Changes To Water Purification System
New Weapon For War On Sodium

SOURCE: Hungerford & Terry, Inc.