Brita Replacement Filter
Replacement Filter, Pitcher
Weight: 1 filter
Getting Started (See user's guide for detailed instructions): Wash your hands before unwrapping the filter. 1. Soak new filter. 2. Insert filter into reservoir. 3. Add cold tap water. 4. Replace filter every 40 gallons or two months. It is normal for carbon dust to appear in your first 2 pitchers. Discard this water or use it to water plants.
Healthier, great-tasting water for over 20 years. Fits in all Brita pitchers. Water quality tested and certified under industry standards. Reduces chlorine (taste and odor), mercury, copper and more. The Brita pitcher filter is not intended to purify water. Do not use with water that is microbiologically unsafe or of unknown quality without adequate disinfection before or after the system. Individuals requiring water of special microbiological purity should follow the advice of their doctor or local health officials regarding the use and consumption of their tap water and Brita filtered water. To stay on top of important water news call 1-800-24-BRITA. Better for the environment - no bottles to throw away. Good Housekeeping limited warranty tor consumers. Replacement or refund if defective. Since 1909. Filter for good. Better water (Compared to tap water), less waste (No bottles to throw away). The Brita Filter's activated carbon and ion exchange resin work together to transform ordinary tap water into healthier, great-tasting drinking water. Reduces harmful contaminants. Better for the environment and for your wallet: one Brita pitcher filter can replace as many as 300 standard 16.9 oz plastic water bottles. 2 months or 40 gallons. Fresh filter = fresher water. Replace filter every 40 gallons (about 2 months for the average family) (Filter replacement is essential for product to perform as represented). Certification. The Brita water filtration pitcher and dispenser reduce the following harmful contaminants that may be in your tap water. Chemical - copper; source - corrosion of household plumbing systems, erosion of natural deposits; potential health effects - short-term: gastrointestinal distress, long-term: liver or kidney damage. Chemical - mercury; source - erosion of natural deposits, runoff from landfills and cropland; potential health effects - kidney damage. Chemical - cadmium; source - corrosion of galvanized pipes, runoff from waste batteries and paints; potential health effects - kidney damage. Source: US EPA, Office of Water, September 2010. The Brita water filtration pitcher and dispenser reduce the following substances that may be in your tap water. Chlorine (taste and odor); zinc (metallic taste). The Brita filter keeps a healthy level of fluoride, a water additive that promotes strong teeth (Applies to fluoridated municipal tap water). The Brita pitcher filter (Model No. OB03) has been tested and certified by NSF International in all Brita pitchers and dispensers against NSF/ANSI standards 42 and 53 for the reduction of the claims specified on the performance data sheets. NSF - independently certified. The Brita pitcher filter has been tested and certified by the WQA against NSF/ANSI standards 42 and 53 for the reduction of the claims specified on the performance data sheet. The contaminants or other substances removed or reduced by this water treatment device are not necessarily in all users' water. Please recycle carton. Carton made with 100% recycled paperboard. Minimum 35% post consumer content. Printed in Canada. Made in Canada.
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