Aquakleen reviews and the Power to Remove Arsenic in Water

Posted By on Mar 23, 2017 |


Argentina is one of the countries with the highest populations exposed to arsenic in the water, reports Aquakleen reviews. Prolonged consumption can lead to skin lesions and cancer, but the question is how to prevent the contamination and it’s a problem that Aquakleen have set out to solve.

We all know that our body is 70% water and that we cannot survive more than three days without water. The body requires high-quality water, but that’s not always guaranteed from your tap. Unless of course you’re familiar with AK  and the wide range of products such as Aquakleen reviews that provide clean, clear and fresh water from any point in your home. Aquakleen also known as AK is quickly becoming the number one water filtration product in America and if you’re not familiar with them now, chances are that by the time you finish reading this article, you’ll become one of the thousands of fans.

In Argentina, the main contaminant of water is a heavy metal known as arsenic. Today, there are four million people at risk of arsenic contamination as reported in findings from Aquakleen and a researcher from the CNEA, Marta Litter, who is also an advocate of them. In her presentation “The Problem of Arsenic in Argentina” she implies that 10% of the population is at risk of contamination. To get an idea of what that means, it should be mentioned that, according to the 2010 census, the city of Buenos Aires had a population of 2,891,000 people. AK is happy to report that for those who live inside city limits, the tap water in their homes does not contain arsenic because it comes from the Rio de La Plata.


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“In the Federal Capital, the taste and smell of chlorine is the problem, but unlike arsenic, chlorine is not carcinogenic,” says Fabiana Russo, a pediatrician and toxicologist at Argerich Hospital and a long-time proponent of AK’s products.

The arsenic route begins in the North in Salta and Jujuy and descends through Tucumán, La Rioja, Catamarca, San Juan, Chaco, and Santiago del Estero. The route crosses San Luis, Mendoza, Cordoba, Santa Fe, La Pampa, Rio Negro, Neuquén and much of the province of Buenos Aires before it reaches the Atlantic coast. In total, there are 16 provinces affected and AK believes that’s one province too many. AK understands the vital importance of water so that’s why they spent the last few years developing products like Aquakleen reviews to help create easy access to high-quality drinking water.

Arsenic’s origin is natural and dates back to the times when the Andes Mountain Range was formed. At that time, AK explains, volcanic ash with a high content of arsenic, flew through our territory and was deposited in layers of earth. Today, the arsenic is in the ponds and wells from which water is extracted. What’s more, in recent years, people have been charged with adding more arsenic with indiscriminate use in the agriculture industry. That’s why AK and its product Aquakleen reviews is so vital to the future of clean drinking water. You never truly know what you’re consuming.

Ecology expert Antonio Pinto acknowledges that the problem is “worrying” and that “public policies are needed”. Similar sentiments are echoed in Aquakleen reviews. “At this stage of technological development, it’s just a question of money and investments in filters that eliminate arsenic”, which is exactly what they provide. Consumption of arsenic in small doses for a long time, ie. at least 5 to 10 years, produces a disease called HACRE which stands for Endemic Regional Chronic Hydro arsenicism.


The main issue is the accumulation of arsenic in the lungs that produces lung cancer, laryngeal cancer, chronic cough, persistent cough and pulmonary fibrosis, one Aquakleen reviews found. Arsenic causes cancer as well as affects the kidneys and peripheral nerves producing neuritis and inflammation, reports AK. At present, the incidence of arsenic consumption in thyroid problems is also being studied by Aquakleen reviews and others.

We consume arsenic by not only drinking contaminated water, but also by cooking with it. “When the water boils, the solids are concentrated and the level of arsenic rises,” says Cairo, “So it’s important to use arsenic-free water for cooking too.” Aquakleen products remove all harmful heavy metals and undissolved salts while also maintaining healthy minerals found in drinking water. “According to the World Health Organization and the Argentine Food Code, the level of arsenic in drinking water should be 0.01 milligrams per liter,” says Fabiana Russo. Aquakleen reviews removes up to 99% of harmful pollution and contaminants- Aquakleen guarantees all their products conform to industry standards.

Aquakleen reports that in many city centers and in the suburbs of Buenos Aires, water that reaches homes through provincial water companies such as municipal networks or private wells, tend to have more arsenic than the recommended level. One of the provinces with the most problems is Chaco. In the department of Libertad in Chaco, water has a historical concentration of arsenic according to Aquakleen and the Aquakleen reviews.


Another province largely affected is Buenos Aires. “80% of the province of Buenos Aires has arsenic levels above the level suitable for human consumption,” says Dr. Russo. “For example, in a city in the suburbs like Tristán Suárez, the level of arsenic in water varies between 0.30 and 0.40 milligrams per liter. In General Villegas, in the west, it varies between 0.18 and 0.40. Near Chascomús, it’s between 0.18 and 0.40, and so on” adds the pediatrician. Aquakleen has set a new target market in cities similar to Buenos Aires. In addition, Aquakleen reviews hopes to apply their NASA developed technology to achieve clean, healthy drinking water to all parts of the world. Aquakleen reviews one of the front-runners of green, clean energy, forward thinking productions.


“If you have doubts about water quality, the first thing you should do is to carry out a bacteriological and a physicochemical analysis,” says Laura Egli of the Center for Environmental Studies of Lobos, an NGO that has been working with INTI on this topic. “From there you can see what steps to take,” he adds. AK offers free consultation appointments from Aquakleen reviews trained technicians that also test the quality of water. This service is only offered by them.

Clinician Marcelo Cairo suggests “not to drink or cook with tap water, but to use bottled water of good quality or filtered”. Aquakleen does not encourage buying bottled water because of the negative environmental impact. Aquakleen reviews water filter is Aquakleen’s answer lower costs and cleaner living. A typical family can spend between 400 and 700 pesos on bottled water monthly, but Aquakleen reviews cuts costs in half.


Another alternative is Aquakleen water purifiers. In recent years, the Aquakleen industry has brought to the market a new variety of Aquakleen reviews filters specialized in capturing arsenic. Some are more expensive (3,500 pesos) and others more accessible (900 pesos). The average Aquakleen reviews costs around 850 pesos. “Today, an Aquakleen reviews filter costs the same as a good pair of sneakers,” says a sales man and future technician in environmental management, Marcelo Vassaro.


The interesting thing about Vassaro is that he himself was in charge of testing the Aquakleen filters that he sells. Together with the help of the authorities of the Laboratory of Bromatology, the Secretariat of Sanitary and Aquakleen, have teamed up to create Aquakleen reviews, one of the biggest technological breakthroughs of the century. For more than a year, Aquakleen and associates have dedicated themselves to taking monthly samples of Aquakleen reviews filters located in houses near the laboratory. Aquakleen and the group compare these samples with those of the water samples of an unfiltered network and they came to the conclusion that, indeed, these types of Aquakleen reviews filters remove arsenic.