Brita® filtered water is great-tasting, easy on your wallet, and reduces bottled water waste.
Brita filters for:
Exposure to zinc can cause nausea & vomiting, and long-term effects of anemia & pancreatic damage.
Exposure to cadmium can cause liver damage.
Chlorine leaves a bad taste & odor in your tap water.
Exposure to copper can cause gastrointestinal distress and liver & kidney damage.
Mercury from landfills can lead to kidney damage over time.
Exposure to high levels of lead may cause anemia, weakness, kidney damage and more.
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Drinking filtered water instead of bottled can help reduce plastic waste and the number of disposable water bottles that end up in landfills and oceans. In one year you can save 1,800 disposable bottles from landfills and oceans with just 2 Longlast® Filters. There are also lots of other ways to limit plastic water bottle waste when we all make a commitment to reduce, reuse and recycle. Give Your Brita® a New Life With TerraCycle® Our recycling program transforms used Brita products into new and beautiful things. As part of our commitment to a cleaner planet, we’ve partnered with TerraCycle®, a global leader in recycling, to recycle Brita products. Visit terraCycle.com today and sign up to join the Brita Recycling Program, a program dedicated to keeping Brita filters, pitchers, dispensers and bottles out of landfills. Since it may take up to a few weeks for your membership to process, we ask that you gather at least 5 lbs of used Brita products before recycling, to minimize the environmental impact caused by multiple shipments.