I wanted to take a moment and address the ground and water contamination caused by the CTS plant which operated in South Asheville (Skyland) beginning in 1956 continually until the plant was closed in 1986.
The situation is very troubling to say the least and based on information brought to light in a recent report by WLOS investigative reporter Mike Mason, what occurred is nothing less than criminal; find the report on the WLOS website "here". Many lives have been impacted by health concerns, likely directly attributable to the Trichloroethylene that was dumped; polluting the grounds, surface water and air in the Mills Gap Rd area where the Superfund site is located. The toxic soil at the site has been left (apparently intentionally) un-remediated long enough that it the contamination may have reached an aquifer. If this turns out to the case, the contamination will spread as the flowing waters carry the carcinogenic chemicals along its ancient underground path. In light of this terrifying circumstance, I have decided to again reach out to those that may be in or near the affected area.
Several years ago someone at the EPA (name withheld intentionally) purchased our product and paid me to install the water filter at a residence affected by the CTS site contamination. I know the filters work and so does the EPA…. They’ve known all along how to protect people from the risks! H2O Easy G series filtration media is an effective method of filtering water contaminated with Trichloroethylene (TCE).
If you live in an area affected by the CTS site, I want to help you protect your family. To do this I am offering substantial discounts on the purchase and installation of an H2O Easy G series water filter.
Unlike companies that see this as an opportunity to prosper from the misfortunes of others, I see it as another opportunity to give back the community that has been home to my family for over twenty five years.
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