NJDEP Point-of-Entry Treatment Water Filtration Systems

POET Systems

Most systems typically address your drinking water. However, your water is not used for just drinking. It is used for bathing, cooking, doing laundry, and even playing outside. Water is the most essential element in your home, much as it is on Earth. Therefore, you should be thinking about your water as an entire home unit, as opposed to what you ingest to quench your thirst. A POET system will fulfill these needs.

What is a POET System?

The POET System, or Point of Entry System, is designed to address your entire home’s water issues, as opposed to simply your drinking water issues. Contaminated water in your bath or shower can cause skin irritation issues as well as digestion issues, as you ingest tiny amounts of water with each shower. In addition, contaminated water in your washing cycles for your clothing may cause skin irritation issues that no amount of free and clear detergent can prevent. And do not ignore the issues caused by running a dishwasher with contaminated water and then eating from those seemingly clean dishes.

Point-of-Entry System Installation

The POET system is installed at the main water line where the water first enters your home. typically in front of the water heater to ensure both hot and cold water are being treated. The systems will clear Mercury with KDFM Systems, Volatile Organic Compounds with Carbon Tanks, and Perchlorate with Perchlorate Resin, as well as all other issues affecting your water supply.

Century Water installs NJDEP POET Systems. All you need to do is contact the New Jersey Spill Compensation Fund to apply and they will provide you with a claim number. If you choose not to receive a NJDEP POET system, we can help with other types of systems for your home as well.

Contact Century Water Conditioning & Purification, Inc. today to learn more about a POET System for your home and receive your Free water survey.

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Century Water Conditioning & Purification, Inc.
156 South Main Street
Williamstown, NJ 08094
Phone:  (856) 728-1248
Phone:  (800) 877-8667
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Did You Know?

Approximately 85 percent of U.S. residents receive their water from public water facilities. The remaining 15 percent supply their own water from private wells or other sources.