Remove Atrazine: Top 3 Ways

Atrazine is an agricultural chemical that contaminates surface and groundwater sources due to runoff from crop fields (namely corn and soybean).

Here, we’ve shared the 3 best methods of reducing or removing atrazine in your drinking water at home.

Atrazine is a manmade herbicide that’s used in fields growing row crops such as sorghum, sugar cane, asparagus, maize, and pineapple.

Activated Carbon Block Water Filter

Activated carbon block filters use adsorption to remove atrazine and various organic compounds from tap water, including chlorine, pesticides, and herbicides.

Reverse Osmosis System

Reverse osmosis combines two highly effective methods of atrazine removal: carbon block filtration and membrane separation.

Water Distiller

Like reverse osmosis systems, water distillers purify water by removing up to 99.99% of all impurities, including atrazine.

A water distiller works by boiling water until it evaporates, then condenses the vapor into a separate container.

Alongside atrazine, distillation removes or kills chlorine, heavy metals, chemicals, microorganisms like bacteria, and other organic molecules.

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