Monday, April 13, 2015

Multipure FAQ

Take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions. We have a variety of questions with answers that are very helpful and informative.
  •   1.   What is NSF Certification?
    NSF Certification is an assurance of quality and integrity. It states that:
          The system meets the contaminant reduction claims of the manufacturer.
          The system is not adding anything harmful to the water.
          The system is structurally sound.
          Advertising, literature, and labeling are not misleading.
          The materials and manufacturing process do not change.
    From extensive product testing and material analyses to unannounced plant inspections, NSF undertakes a complete evaluation of every aspect of a product's development before it can earn certification. NSF Certification is not a one-time activity - NSF requires regular on-site inspections of manufacturing facilities, as well as periodic retesting of products against the most current national standards. For the consumer, this allows NSF certified products to be purchased and used with confidence.
  •   2.   What does LVCC Membership mean?
    The Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce (LVCC) is the largest and most influential business organization in the state of Nevada. With more than 6,000 members, the Chamber is committed to building a strong local economy, strengthening, enhancing, and protecting business. The LVCC is focused on business interests in Nevada and Las Vegas, helping new industries grow and encouraging job creation. The LVCC continues to support efforts to entice people to relocate to Las Vegas and start new businesses in Nevada's low tax business climate.
    Multi-Pure's membership in the LVCC means that it encourages local economic growth and hiring, and uses its position as a strong Las Vegas-based business to strengthen and promote the local economy.
  •   3.   What does BBB Membership mean?
    The Better Business Bureau (BBB) is an organization dedicated to advancing marketplace trust.
    The BBB accomplishes this mission by:
          Creating a community of trustworthy businesses.
          Setting standards for marketplace trust.
          Encouraging and supporting best practices.
          Celebrating marketplace role models.
          Denouncing substandard marketplace behavior.
    Multipure's membership in the BBB is an assurance of its trustworthiness as a business and its use and support of the best business practices.
  •   4.   Are Multipure Drinking Water Systems certified to reduce contaminants of health concern?
    Multipure's Drinking Water Systems have been tested and NSF certified under NSF/ANSI Standard 42 for reduction of aesthetic contaminants, and Standard 53 for reduction of contaminants of health concern. The replacement filters are also tested and NSF certified.
  •   5.   What contaminants are Multipure Drinking Water Systems NSF certified to reduce?
    Multipure Drinking Water Systems have been tested and certified by NSF for the reduction of the following contaminants/substances
    (*99% is the maximum rate of reduction certified):
        •  Aesthetic Effects (ANSI/NSF Standard 42)
              -  Chlorine by > 99%
              -  Particulate matter down to 0.5 micrometer, submicron (Class I)
        •  Health Effects (ANSI/NSF Standard 53)
              -  Turbidity
              -  Lead
              -  Mercury
              -  PCB (Endocrine Disrupter)
              -  Chlordane (Endocrine Disrupter)
              -  Toxaphene (Endocrine Disrupter)
              -  1,1-Dichloroethane (Endocrine Disrupter)
              -  Cysts
              -  Trihalomethanes
              -  Asbestos
              -  Volatile Organic Chemicals
              -  MTBE
              -  Chloramines
              -  Arsenic V (MP880 Series)
  •   6.   Are the Multipure Drinking Water Systems also certified or registered by the state of California and other states which
     have drinking water programs?
    Multipure Drinking Water Systems have been certified or registered in the states which require it, including California, Iowa and Wisconsin.
  •   7.   Is there a warranty/guarantee?
    Multipure demonstrates confidence in its Drinking Water Systems by providing a 90 day money-back guarantee. In addition, all Drinking Water System housings have a lifetime warranty, and all system accessories are warranted for 12 months.
  •   8.   Can the Multipure Drinking Water System be used during an emergency, or when the water is turned off?
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Water Facts

Restricted Access to Water

  • 780 million people live without clean drinking water
  • 2.5 billion people – inluding almost one billion children – live without basic sanitation
  • More than one-third of Africa’s population lacks access to safe drinking water
  • More than 130 million people in Latin America and the Caribbean lack access to safe drinking water
  • Between 15 and 20 percent of the water used worldwide is not for domestic consumption, but rather for export. Read More:

Multipure: Turning the Tide

Direct Selling News
Multipure: Turning the Tide by Jeremy Gregg

Company Profile

  • Founded: 1970
  • Headquarters: Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Executives: H. Allen Rice, CEO and Founder, Alvin Rice, COO and Founder, Zachary Rice, President, Jennifer Rice, Executive Vice President; Regina M. Noriega, Vice President of Network Marketing; Kenton Jones, Assistant Vice President of Marketing
  • Products: High-quality drinking water systems
Not so for brothers H. Allen and Alvin Rice, the founders of Multipure. For them, the purest image of water is anchored in a block of solid carbon.

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Sunday, April 12, 2015

Radioactivity Concerns in Drinking Water

industrial wasteThe recent tragic disasters in Japan, especially the radiation leaks from the damage to the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant, have people throughout the world concerned about their drinking water.

Rainwater samples across the United States have shown radiation in drinking water in higher levels of radiation. Airborne contamination continues to cross the western states, with Boise, Idaho showing the highest concentrations of radioactive isotopes in rain so far. In most of the data, the levels of contaminants detected are far below the public health concern standards.

The EPA launched a site that contains testing data from 13 cities where radioactivity occurred in drinking water: READ MORE:

Saturday, April 11, 2015


       Purchase 10 Replacement filters & You Will Receive a  
                     Free Drinking Water System

Friday, April 10, 2015

22MayInstitute Recommends Solid Carbon Block Filter to Help Prevent Breast Cancer

A new study sponsored by the Silent Spring Institute and Harvard School of Public Health was recently released, identifying 17 key chemical groups linked to breast cancer, including benzene and disinfection byproducts. Among the recommendations by the Silent Spring Institute is to use a Solid Carbon Block Filter to limit exposure from these contaminants in your drinking water.
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Pure Foundation

Multipure's Pure Foundation
Conceived by Multipure's Executive Vice President of Administration, Jennifer Rice, the Pure Foundation is a charitable organization dedicated to education, assistance, and health improvement. Through Multipure, and the Pure Foundation, she hopes to make a positive difference, and create a healthier world for the future.
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Wednesday, April 8, 2015

"You're not sick; you're thirsty.

Water Cures
Don't treat thirst with medication." Dr. F. Batmanghelidj

The Water cure is just common sense backed by Dr. F. Gatmaghelidji"s years of research and investigation into why water works so well in keeping us healthy and pain free. It can even cure illness in some people who get sick.

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Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Water Drilling Farmers California

Nicole Bengiveno

The New York Times
News about Water, including commentary and archival articles published in The New York Times.

  1. Apr. 6, 2015
    Consequences of well-drilling frenzy in California are emerging as farmers continue to overuse groundwater four years into drought; scientists say excess pumping is doing permanent damage, with water levels dropping some fifty feet in past few years; remains unclear whether state will be able to adopt new practices and sustain its role as nation's largest provider of produce and other crops (Series: The Parched West). MORE

    Chronology of Coverage

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Sunday, April 5, 2015

Selling Multipure

Ben, my husband and I at our Multipure booth at the Holistic Fair in Daytona Beach.
Our friend Debbie Davis (Your Path of Purpose)  was there giving intuitive Palm Readings. It was great fun and a learning experience for me. My husband Ben is a
natural salesman, especially with the ladies. I was given a beautiful blue glass water drop ( on the table on the right) for being named salesperson of the year.

Benefits of Drinking Water

“Drink 8 glasses of water each day” is a saying we’ve all heard, but what are the benefits of drinking water to lose weight? Water hydrates your body and helps it work efficiently. Water boosts your metabolic rate, which gives you energy and helps to burn calories. It is an essential drink in everyday life and a great tool for those who are dieting.

The benefits of water are numerous, well-hydrated body helps your muscles and organs to work quickly and efficiently. When your body is working well, it will boost your metabolic rate and help you to feel more energetic.
Water can help your metabolism burn calories 3% faster. Metabolism plays a big role in losing weight so it’s important to give your body what it needs in order for it to work the way you want.

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Friday, April 3, 2015

See What Happens When You Drink Water On an Empty Stomach

People in Japan have been drinking water first thing in the morning for years and this is the result . . .

Is Morning Water a Miracle Cure?

We've all heard that drinking plenty of water throughout the day is good for you, but did you know it's important to drink water right when you wake up?

Palm Coast enters national water conservation challenge

Jon Netts
Published: Thursday, April 2, 2015 at 2:44 p.m.
The city is so confident about its commitment to water conservation, it’s entering a national competition to show how it stacks up against other municipalities.

Palm Coast Mayor Jon Netts is joining thousands of other mayors across the United States taking part in a national contest that encourages reduced water consumption and energy efficiency.                                                                                      
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Thursday, April 2, 2015

World Water Day

​Each year on March 22 we mark World Water Day. It is an opportunity to keep the urgent water issues – from lack of sanitation to transboundary water to climate change -- top of my mind for practitioners, decision makers and the global public. In the coming days we will post here updates and stories from the field, as well as links to some of our partners’ content. But, more importantly, this is an opportunity to hear from you, too.

National Ganga River Basin Project

National Ganga River Basin Project to Help India's Rejuvenation Efforts
March 24, 2015 — The Ganga today is facing formidable pollution pressures, along with threats to its biodiversity and environmental sustainability. The World Bank is supporting the Government of India in its effort to rejuvenate the Ganga River. Read More »

National Ganga River Basin Project to Help India's Rejuvenation Efforts

Water Sanitation Health

Progress on drinking water and sanitation

Joint Monitoring Programme update 2014


Even though progress towards the MDG target represents important gains in access for billions of people around the world, it has been uneven. Sharp geographic, sociocultural and economic inequalities in access persist and sometimes have increased. This report presents examples of unequal progress among marginalized and vulnerable groups.
Section 1 presents the status of and trends in access to improved drinking water sources and sanitation. Section 2 provides a snapshot of inequalities in access to improved drinking water sources and sanitation. Section 3 presents efforts to strengthen monitoring of access to safe drinking water and sanitation services under a post-2015 development agenda, as well as the challenges associated with these efforts.
Read pdf. Report "Progress On Drinking Water and Sanitation"


Thursday, March 26, 2015

Are You Drinking Weed Killer?

tracter sprayingBy using a water filter, you are helping to protect yourself and your family from Atrazine and many other threats to your drinking water. Do your research: Not all water filters are created equal. Insist on a drinking water system that is certified by NSF and offers the widest range of contaminant removal.

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Multipure Drinking Water Systems have been NSF certified to reduce Atrazine.



American Tap Water Contaminated with Hexavalent Chromium

New reports from the Washington Post and the Environmental Working Group (EWG) indicate that Hexavalent Chromium, a suspected carcinogen, is more widespread than previously thought, appearing in the drinking water of 31 major cities across the US.

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How 8 Glasses A Day Keep Fat Away

water bottle and waistlne

Water suppresses the appetite naturally and helps the body metabolize stored fat. Studies have shown that a decrease in water intake will cause fat deposits to increase, while an increase in water intake can actually reduce fat deposits because the kidneys cannot function properly without enough water. When they don't work to capacity, some of their load is cast on to the liver.

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