Reverse Osmosis

RO Means Great Tasting Water.

Reverse Osmosis - Jayson Company Water Quality - boyThe Reverse Osmosis Method (RO) of water purification uses a membrane with microscopic pores that allows only tiny pressurized water molecules to pass through. This microscopic screening device filters out mineral particles and removes contaminants by compounding them. When you install a reverse osmosis system from The Jayson Company, you will have up to 18.5 gallons of pure, delicious, and healthy water per day per installed unit.

Get Clean Water for Your Family.

You can feel confident in knowing that the water you and your family consume is the highest quality possible. Filling portable water bottles from you own reverse osmosis water system provides consistent water quality at an extremely low cost compared to bottled water, and you can choose the type of filtration that is just right for your needs. For best taste and peace of mind, be sure to forego portable plastic containers and choose glass, ceramic or metal instead. Your "from home" water will be better tasting and cleaner than bottled water which is less regulated and filling up landfills.

RO Water Provides:

  • Fresh tasting "Better than Bottled" water
  • Up to 18.5 Gallons per day per unit
  • Separate faucet installation
  • No heavy water bottle to lug and store
  • No plastic bottle waste
     

RO Purification Reduces:

  • Sediment
  • Chlorine Odor & Taste
  • Arsenic
  • Cadmium
  • Chromium (Hex)
  • Chromium (Tri)
  • Copper
  • Lead
  • Radium
  • Selenium
  • Turbidity & Dissolved Solids
  • VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds, including Carbofuran, Toxaphene, p-Dichlorobenzene & o-Dichlorobenzene

How Much Waste is your Bottled Water Habit Causing?

Reverse Osmosis - Jayson Company Water Quality - iStock_000006884376_SmallAmericans use 50 BILLION plastic water bottles each year alone. How much do you contribute to the crisis each day? Plastic water bottles produce up to 1.5 million tons of waste each year. Almost none get recycled. Over 80 percent of plastic water bottles end up in landfills. We are polluting our own waterways and ultimately, the oceans. Since each water bottle takes over 1,000 years to biodegrade, at this rate, they will never go away. The only way to solve this problem is to stop adding to it.


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