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What is Styrene?

Styrene is an organic compound used in the production of polymers and resins, including polystyrene plastics and rubber. It can be released into water sources through industrial processes, as well as from the breakdown of materials in landfills. Styrene’s presence in drinking water can be concerning due to its widespread use in various products.

Health Risks of Styrene Exposure

Exposure to styrene in drinking water may lead to a variety of health issues. According to the EPA, long-term exposure to styrene can affect the central nervous system, leading to symptoms such as headache, fatigue, dizziness, and difficulty concentrating. Some studies have also suggested that styrene exposure might be linked to an increased risk of certain types of cancer.

Filtration Solutions to Remove Styrene

To ensure the safety of drinking water, filtration systems capable of reducing styrene levels are essential. Technologies like activated carbon filtration are effective at trapping organic compounds such as styrene. Our advanced AquaOx filters incorporate multiple stages of filtration to efficiently remove contaminants, including styrene, providing you with safer, cleaner drinking water.

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