Minerals in water.
Aeon is a company that manufactures a proprietary water filtrate for the mining industry.
Aeon’s product, which they refer to as “Miningwater,” is the first water filter to be tested by the FDA.
The company has partnered with the FDA to test its mineral water product for arsenic, lead, mercury, lead chloride, and other contaminants, according to its press release.
It has tested water with up to 10 parts per billion of arsenic, up to 5,000 parts per million of lead, and up to 2,000 ppm of mercury.
Mining water quality testing is currently not available to the public, but the company says its mineral-based water filters are safer than the drinking water industry’s current water treatment methods.
“We believe that our mineral water treatment technology is safe, effective, and affordable for miners and water filers across the U.S.,” Aeon’s press release said.
Read more about Aeon here: “Mining Water” is an acronym for “Minerals in Water.”
A company called Bismuth is a water purifier that purifies water using “bioreactors,” a type of microfluidic device that creates tiny bubbles.
Bismuth’s technology has been approved for use in water treatment and recycling.
According to its website, Bismuzh has more than 40 years of experience in water filtering, with more than 1,000 products.
You can read more about Bismuks technology here: http://bit.ly/2f5z8Xf Aeon has partnered up with the U,S.
Department of Health and Human Services, the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the EPA, and the Department of Energy to test mineral water for arsenic and other toxic metals.
As of this writing, the company has tested 5 million gallons of water for these contaminants.