Diamond Rock Spring Water Is Promoting The Diamond Filter For Its Customers' Water Purification Needs

Diamond Rock Spring Water, a water bottle and water cooler delivery service operating in Ridgefield Park, NJ, is promoting the Diamond Filter, a water filtration system. The company claims that the Diamond Filter removes toxic metals, chlorine, lead, bad taste, odor, and harmful contaminants from tap water.

The company says that the Diamond Filter has multiple layers of filters and carbon that are the reason behind its excellent filtration capabilities. There is a primary micron filter that removes large bacteria. There is also a medium carbon filter with a special resin mixed in. Next, the carbon that fills the bottom half of the filter is KDF carbon that removes metals, lead, and chlorine. This bottom half carbon is certified by the EPA. Finally, there is a micron filter at the bottom that removes sediment, spores, and small bacteria.

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The company shares the simple steps it takes to set up the filter along with helpful pictures on its website. The first step is to place the plastic washer on the float valve and screw the float valve into the bottom of the lower bucket. The next step is to place the ring adapter on top of the open reservoir of the cooler and then place the assembled lower bucket into the water cooler. The next step is to install the dome into the upper bucket and to tighten it with a washer and nut. The next step is to twist the filter cartridge into the upper bucket and to place the upper bucket onto the lower bucket. Finally, the last step is to fill the upper bucket with tap water. The company can be contacted through its Facebook page for more accurate instructions, in case the customer needs any help in setting up the filter.

The company claims that its Diamond Filter also saves time and money. It says that the average cost of a 1-gallon jug of spring water is $1.29. The cost of its filtered water is just pennies per day. Moreover, the company says that they take the headache out of monitoring filter usage by sending the customers new filters automatically. The company guarantees its customers unlimited, delicious, pure filtered water for $15 per month. To drive the point home, the company demonstrates that a single tap water filter provides each customer with the equivalent of approximately 25 five-gallon jugs or 950 16.9 oz. bottles.

The company quotes waterwarning.com to convey the gravity of the situation surrounding polluted water in America. It says that, according to waterwarning.com, “All public water systems contain some level of one or more unhealthful chemicals. Regulations only require periodic testing of about 86 chemicals. There are now more than 75,000 chemicals used in our society with over 1,000 new ones being developed each year. Contaminant levels fluctuate throughout the year making it impossible to know the actual level of contamination in a central water system. So far over 2,100 toxic chemicals have been detected in America’s water systems. The risk is high and the cost for a sure solution is low”

According to the spokesperson for the company, Richard Picinich, “The Diamond Filter is proven to be more convenient than other drinking water filtration systems on the market. With our drinking water filter on your cooler, you will have the ability to hold up to three gallons at a time. Unlike some of the pitcher filters which you have used in the past, you never have to refill multiple times a day. It also won’t take up valuable space in your refrigerator. If you are a spring water customer, our method of drinking water filtration is a perfect opportunity for you to save yourself some money and hassle. With the Diamond Filter, there will never be bottle deposits, waiting for deliveries, or worrying about where to store all those bulky bottles. Best of all there are no more heavy bottles to lift. Its design also accommodates the needs of the elderly or people with back problems. If you are still not convinced, you can read reviews of our excellent service on our GMB listing.”


For more information about Diamond Rock Spring Water, contact the company here:

Diamond Rock Spring Water
Richard Picinich
(201) 440-1112
60 Railroad Ave, Ridgefield Park, NJ 07660