$75,000 goal

Campaign created 11 months ago
Created September 3, 2018
FREE WATER FILTERS 4 CAMDEN, UP TO 99.9% OF CHLORINE, LEAD REMOVED32658138_153962862177965_r.jpeg                       

Many of the residents cannot afford to buy a simple but highly effective water purifier to protect themselves. An easy to connect, easy to use high-performance coconut shell GAC (Granular Activated Carbon) with KDF process media countertop or undersink unit for their cooking and drinking,  a 15 stage alkaline shower purifier for bathing or showering to reduce continued exposure to these toxic chemicals and heavy metals being absorbed through the skin.

These high-quality, but affordable water purifiers will reduce up to 99.9% of lead, heavy metals and chlorine up to 1000 gallons for countertops and shower units 15,000 gallons per cartridge. The funds are needed immediately to purchase the purifiers and replacement cartridges. To set up the administrative logistics, distribution, delivery, and installation.

With these funds, we will be able to purchase the necessary water purifiers to distribute and hire plumbers to install them in where needed. These water purifiers will go to the most deserving, deprived and impoverished citizens including the seniors in the city. These water purifiers have an affordable cartridge in them that will need to be replaced once a year based on the water quality being used. These replacement cartridges will be distributed free of charge as needed for those who cannot afford to buy a replacement. The user manual has detailed instructions on how to change the cartridge, there are no moving parts or batteries. For those who cannot physically do it, we will furnish a plumber.

This is a public health hazard. Water is the main contributor to the lead entering into the body and causing lead poisoning. as reported by N.J. Health Department. The Camden School District was ordered over 15 years ago to cease using the municipal water in the district schools because the lead levels exceeded the MCL's (Maximum Contaminant Levels) established by the Safe Drinking Water Act of 1986. The name of one of those highly toxic poisons used to disinfect Camden City's municipal water supplies is Chlorine.

Medical research shows that people who drink chlorinated water have a higher risk of developing colon, rectal, and urinary tract cancer, hypertension, high blood pressure, stroke, heart disease and more. Also, according to medical research, no lead in water is the only safe level, regardless of what the water companies want us to believe what levels of lead are safe.

Exposure to lead in drinking water can be devastating, especially to children. Lead poisoning is a multi-generational irreversible neurotoxin that severely damages the brains of children even at low exposure levels. Comparatively low levels of exposure have been linked to damage to the central and peripheral nervous system, learning disabilities, behavioral problems, kidney damage, impaired hearing and more. Pregnant women, women of childbearing age, and older people are also at high risk from exposure. 

This nonsense about flushing the plumbing before using in the morning makes no sense at all, it does not remove or reduce the toxic chemicals and heavy metals in the water. The only way to ensure that these victims get the highest quality water possible is to purify the water in the home or apartment AT THE POINT OF USE.

Bottled water is not the best alternative because of the environmental issues and the toxic chemical used to harden the plastic bottles named BPA (Bisphenol A) a Hormone Disruptor. When the sunlight hits the bottle the chemical leaches into the water and eventually into the body of the person is drinking the water.

This is a very serious health problem facing very poor people that cannot afford to buy these water purifiers. These families are being poisoned with chlorine, lead, and heavy metals in their drinking water every day that will have devastating effects on their health for generations to come. There is an immediate and permanent fix A water filter!
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This is the water from a Camden, NJ sink March, 2018
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$75,000 goal

Campaign created 11 months ago
Created September 3, 2018
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