There are plenty of filter options out there. What sets PUR apart from the rest?
We've Made History
For 30 years, our goal has been to make your water clean.
PUR, formerly Recovery Engineering, was founded by 24-year-old Brian Sullivan, a Harvard economics graduate.
William Butler survived 66 days at sea with the PUR Survivor 35 – the first hand operated Desalinator.
PUR invented the first faucet filtration system with Automatic Safety Monitor (ASM) gauge that lets consumers know when the filter is finished and can no longer remove contaminants.
PUR began production on the first pitcher & dispenser to remove microbial cysts after the Milwaukee, Wisconsin waterborne microbial cyst outbreak that affected 403,000 people.
PUR was the first to obtain certification from NSF for a new category of contaminants called “emerging contaminants" which includes substances like DEET and pharmaceuticals, for faucet and pitcher filters.
PUR traveled to Flint, Michigan to aid in relief efforts by testing Lead contaminated water and donating filters.
We Filter More
Our faucet filters reduce 70+ Contaminants. No brand is certified to reduce more.
PUR Faucet Filtration Systems are certified to remove 99% of Lead.
Lead can enter your water through the pipelines and plumbing going into your home. Exposure to Lead can cause delays in mental or physical development in children as well as kidney problems and high blood pressure in adults.
PUR Faucet Filtration Systems are certified to remove 96% of Mercury.
Mercury can make its way into the water system through the erosion of natural deposits along with factory and landfill runoff. According to the EPA, long term exposure to Mercury above regulated levels could lead to kidney damage.
PUR Faucet Filtration Systems are certified to remove 99% of Total Trihalomethanes.
Disinfection by-products such as Total Trihalomethanes or TTHMs are a result of Chlorine mixing with organic and inorganic materials in the water. If ingested at levels above the regulated amount over a long period of time, TTHMs can cause liver, kidney,
PUR Faucet Filtration Systems are certified to remove 96% of certain Industrial Pollutants.
Industrial Pollutants such as tetrachloroethylene, which is used in dry cleaning fluids, and Benzene, used to make plastics, resins, nylon and synthetic fibers, enter fresh water sources through run off from factories and industrial plants. Ingesting thes
PUR Faucet Filtration Systems are certified to remove 92% of certain Pesticides.
Pesticides such as Atrazine & Simazine can enter drinking water through agricultural runoff. Consuming certain pesticides at levels above regulated amount for an extended period of time, can cause liver, kidney and reproductive problems.
PUR Faucet Filtration Systems are certified to remove certain Pharmaceuticals by 94%
Oral drugs can pass through the human body and end up in the water supply. They can also enter water through flushing unused or expired medications down the toilet. Pharmaceuticals are not currently regulated in drinking water. However, traces of antibiot
* Comparison valid for faucet mount and pour-through filters based on NSF certifications as of 10/07/2016
Keeping your water PUR isn't as expensive as you think.
1 Year of PUR
is more affordable than
3 Weekends of letters to go
1 Dog Grooming Session
1 Month Fancy Gym Membership
1/2 Hour Hot Stone Massage
2 Months Of Bottlled Water
Basic PUR Faucet Filtration System: $27 (includes one filter)
3 Replacement Filters: $45
1 Year of PUR: $72
Help Us Keep PUR Products Out of Landfills
PUR has partnered with RecycleNation to make recycling your used PUR products easy.
RecycleNation is a dynamic recycling and green living-focused website that makes recycling, conserving, reusing and living wisely easy. Its database is location-based to make your recycling needs as convenient as possible.
Why Does A Water Filter Matter?
Contaminants can enter the water system daily, most of which we can't see, let alone pronounce. That's why filtering your water is important. There is no simple fix for America's drinking water infrastructure. But there is a simple fix for yours.