EcoPureHome is part of Water Channel Partners, LLC, who has been in the water treatment industry since 1925. We tap into their nearly 100 years of water expertise to provide you with healthier home water. Our patented softening technology has helped people living in hard water areas for decades while our filtration systems have been purifying home water so it’s safe for consumption.
EcoPureHome has chosen to partner with trusted names like Whirlpool, EcoPure, Brita, and Kenmore to provide your home with better water solutions. Why these familiar water treatment brands? Because EcoPureHome believes in partnering with responsible organizations whose values reflect ours: Education, Protecting Natural Resources, and Caring for People's Health.
The recent water contamination trouble across the country have heightened our concerns about the water coming through our taps. Let’s face it — water service line regulations haven’t changed in nearly 30 years, and water treatment facilities are failing regulation inspections. We can’t afford to rely on these entities to provide fresh water. Clean water is the engine that drives sufficient hydration that leads to a healthy mind, clean skin, and soft hair. Take the health of your home's water into your own hands.
It’s easy for people to overlook the damage they’re doing to the environment by throwing away just one plastic water bottle. But imagine what it would look like if 100 million people had the same justification. This isn’t just a figurative example, this is literally happening across the world. Single-use plastic items have overcome our society and now it’s all pouring into our oceans, killing wildlife and destroying ecosystems. We want to help you kick your bottled water habit and start trusting filtered water coming from your sink.
Understanding how your water softener and filtration system work will help you optimize their effectiveness against contaminated water. Receive safer water throughout your home by learning how long filters last and feel better in your water for longer by extending your softener’s lifespan. Make the most out of your treatment systems and learn more about the systems themselves with our helpful instructional resources.
EcoPureHome’s research and technological advancements have resulted in hundreds of patents for water softener and filtration system parts. Each patent has pushed the industry forward, helping us to create new norms, improved water solutions, and highly-accessible products. All of which is driven by our goal of making your water safer. And to go along with that goal, we have made certain that all of our new innovations are vetted and approved to comply with industry safety standards.
We work to ensure our water filtration systems and softeners meet and exceed strict design, manufacturing, and supply-line industry standards. We choose to partner with product manufacturers who employ high-quality certification processes which include statistical process control, final assembly tests, corrective and preventive action systems, and finished goods audits.
EcoPureHome products are all National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) certified. This means they meet international standards and comply with public health policy for food service, swimming pools, and health care equipment.
As a Water Quality Association (WQA) member, we belong to a not-for-profit international trade association representing the residential, commercial and industrial water treatment industry.
International Organization for Standardization of Geneva, Switzerland is among the world’s most widely accepted quality systems standards. EcoWater, our parent company, was the first manufacturer of water treatment products to be ISO certified.
Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. evaluates representative samples of systems for UL requirements.
Canadian Standards Association (CSA) Certification is the Canadian counterpart to Underwriters Laboratories.
An independent laboratory has tested electronic products to meet European Union standards on electrical interference and low voltage.
The Federal Communication Commission (FCC) mark indicates a device is in compliance with FCC regulations.