oops, the tap filters meet the new standards, but the pitchers don't
Wow, thanks! I was all over that site and couldn't find the answer. Smarty pants!
It looks like only the faucet ones are certified!
*grumbles like Marge Simpson*
Oh! I hoped you meant the pitcher ones. ACK! I thought I was being a good do-be all this time during my pregnancy. I'M FREAKED OUT!
I was going to say I wouldn't trust the pitcher, but that's good to know about the tap ones.
You can get a system for your whole house, too. That would be fabulous for a super-old house!
I wouldn't worry about it Briana. You figure the municipal water lead level has to be safe by govt standards, and then you're reducing that with the Brita, just not by enough to meet the standards to be called an NSF Lead Reducer.
I'll get a tap filter, but but but.......I'm very unhappy about these last three months. I'm scared. This house is about 275 years old. :( I hope I didn't put my wee one in danger.
I have a well.
OK, thanks Seb. That makes me feel a bit better that it may have been reduced some. Sheesh. This house hasn't really been kept up to any standards, knowing my landlords, I'm sure.
hmm. I bet there's a home lead testing kit you could use to put your mind at ease. I'll look and post back here.