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Laboratory testing found all sorts of really bad stuff in bottled water. We were very surprised to see that a lot of popular brands that you and I drink every day were on the list that were tested.

They found disinfection byproducts, industrial chemicals, and prescription drugs. You would think that the government would regulate the industry better.

The fact is that our local utilities are requires to report test results to the public, but the bottle water companies are not, so you never know what you are drinking.

So you would think that it bad enough that the water maybe contaminated?

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An investigation found that the PET plastic that is

used to make water bottles, the ones with a mark “1” on the bottom can contain dozens of chemicals and impurities. With more than 80 additional contaminants that could be leaching into your bottled water.

We suggest buying a stainless steel bottle and fill it with filtered water to protect yourself and your family.

You also can buy a whole house water treatment system, so you know you always have clean water throughout your home.

On our website you will see many different type of clean water products. Or you can give us a call and we can do a free water test and make recommendations for you.

We have everything from water filters, water softeners, neutralizers and Ultraviolet lights for well water.

The EPA says that less than 32 percent of the PET plastic bottles were recycled in 2014, that means 68 percent was dumped into landfills and pollute our water systems, it’s harmful to our wildlife.

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The marine conservation organization Oceana estimates that up to 20 million tons of plastic ends up in our oceans each year with some collecting into huge free floating lands like the Pacific Garbage Patch which is estimated to be as big as the size of the state of Texas.

We are now servicing Nassau County for all of your water treatment needs. We also can be found in all of the Home Depot Stores in Nassau County.

If you are interested in having clean water in your home or business please let us know and we can come a test your water for free and give you an estimate.

You have to ask yourself, do I really care about my water?

If you do call to 800-725-1982

Aspen Water Solutions is so happy to announce that we have expanded into Pennsylvania. We have added 3 more water technicians that are ready to help find the right solution for you and your family.

Here is something you have to ask yourself:

How important is clean water to you and your family?

Are you okay with letting your family drink and bathe in the water from your tap?

I`m sure you know how bad the water is in your town or city. Here is a good question for you, do you trust the government to supply you with quality drinking water? If the answer is yes, why do you buy bottle water?

We offer the best products you can install in your home including Clack Water treatment systems and Brita® Pro whole house water treatment a brand you know and trust.

If you are looking for a water softener, water filter, whole house water treatment or a reverse osmosis system.

Call 800-725-1982

Please call or fill out the form on our contact-us page today for your free water analysis and ask for information on our promotional products that can save you a lot of money.

Ecoli found in ground water supply sample, jeapordizing the health of many New Jersey homes and businesses. As a result, a boil alert has been issued and in effect immediately for 3 Bergen County towns. Ridgewood, Wyckoff and all of Glenwood, N.J. This applies to you! You may have family or friends that are effected, so please spread the message that Aspen Water Solutions is here to help!

Officials say it is not safe to use the water without boiling it first, but you need water to do most anything in the home if you stop and think about it. So what can you do?

Be sure to boil the water for atleast 1 minute before considering it safe to brush your teeth, make coffee, or cook. Get rid of any existing ice cubes or teas you made this week, because chances are it was with contaminated water. Don’t use your dishwasher if it is not above 160 degrees, and please don’t think this is a time to soak in the tub. Be cautious of sending your children to school without a bottle of safe water, and if you are just as creeped out by this as we are, give us a call for a FREE water test to determine just how safe your access is during this time.

In addition to the water fiasco over the boil alert, we want you to be aware of the harmful effects of bottled water, and it’s risks to our health and the environment. Most bottled water companies use tap water, and those that don’t contain a multitude of toxins. The plastics used to make these bottles are also full of contaminates that seep into the water through it’s storage in these plastic coffins.
So if you don’t feel comfortable boiling, and don’t want to further endanger yourself through bottled water, what’s the solution? Aspen Water Solutions!

We beg the question of how this happened to begin with, and can we really trust that it will all be removed? All we know to tell you is to take a proactive approach. Rather than wait for the city or someone else to find the solution, DIY and call on the professional team at Aspen Water Solutions. We carry top of the line products, and have affordable options to work within any budget.

We are saddened that clean drinking water is quickly becoming a luxury, and doing everything we can to combat the stigma that “I can’t afford it” We want clean drinking water for all, and hope that you will find relief and peace of mind through the use of our innovative technology and in home water purification systems. We offer FREE water testing to anyone interested, and committed to offering you the best solutions on the market.

This one of many water crisis in the New Jersey area, but it can be the last if you are better prepared next time. Aspen Water Solutions can get clean drinking water back into your home, but you have to call us!

(201) 301-6222

We are please to announce that as of February 2017 we are now a vendor for the NJEA discount program. We know how hard and dedicated our teachers are and how they play such important role in our Children`s life.

This is our way to say thank you for all you do. So if you are a teacher or know someone who is let them know we are offering a great discount for a whole house water softener & treatment system.



North Haledon,




Pompton Lakes,

Prosper Park,




Great Notch,



Lake View,


Little Falls,



Mountain View,


Oak Ridge,

Packanack Lake,

Pines Lake,


Pompton Junction,



Riverside Terrace,

The Village at Little Falls,

Upper Greenwood Lake,



West Milford,

Woodland Park,

Allendale,Harrington Park,Ramsey,
Alpine,Hasbrouck Heights,Ridgefield,
Bergenfield,Haworth,Ridgefield Park,
Carlstadt,Ho Ho Kus,River Edge,
Cliffside Park,Leonia,River Vale,
Closter,Little Ferry,Rochelle Park,
Dumont,Mahwah,Saddle Brook,
East Rutherford,Maywood,Saddle River,
Edgewater,Midland Park ,South Hackensack,
Elmwood Park,Montvale,Teaneck,
Englewood,New Milford,Teterboro,
Englewood Cliffs ,North Arlington,Upper Saddle River,
Fair Lawn,Northvale,Waldwick,
Fort Lee,Oakland,Washington Township,
Franklin Lakes,Old Tappan,Westwood,
Garfield,Oradell,Woodcliff Lake,
Glen Rock,Palisades Park,Wood-Ridge,
Park Ridge,

So we have been getting a lot of calls asking questions, so here are a few.

Do you install water softeners?
Do you install water purification or water treatment systems?
Do you install RO systems?
Can you install in a commercial building
Can you replace our old system?
Will this help with our dry skin problems?
Is this water healthy for us to drink?
Do you use Catalytic Carbon?
Do you give free estimate and water test?
By installing a system will this save us money?
and the answer to all of these questions is YES!
Oh and one more question we get a lot is what are the benefits of a water softener? so I have listed some for you below.

1. Saves money
2. Saves scrubbing time
3. Less work when cleaning
4. Fights inflation
5. Tastes great
6. Food and drinks taste better
7. Safe for septic tanks
8. Clothes are softer
9. Clothes are cleaner
10. Clothes last longer
11. Dishes are cleaner
12. No spots
13. Windows and mirrors shine
14. Cars shine
15. Just a pinch of soap
16. Luxurious bubble baths
17. No soap scum
18. No bath tub ring
19. Helps complexions
20. Hair is softer and shinier
21. Hair is more manageable
22. Easier to shave
23. Blades last longer
24. Use biodegradable soaps
25. Reduces pollution
26. Use less coffee and tea
27. Saves on concentrated juices
28. Less pollution worries
29. Water heaters last longer
30. Saves on fuel bills
31. Saves on faucets
32. Saves on ice-makers
33. No need to use abrasive cleaners
34. Irons last longer
35. Washing machines last longer
36. Dishwashers last longer
37. Evaporation coolers last longer
38. Humidifiers last longer
39. Pets look better
40. Use mild soaps
41. Suds, suds, suds …..
42. Bath softer & cleaner
43. Skin feels softer
44. Less itching
45. Saves on lotions
46. Saves on body oils
47. Saves on cleaners
48. Eliminates harsh detergents
49. Saves on fabric softeners
50. Saves on hair rinses
Give us a call and start to enjoy the benefits of our system today!

Chloramines are disinfectants utilized to deal with drinking water. Chloramines are most commonly formed when ammonia is included with chlorine to treat drinking water. Chloramines provide longer lasting disinfection, this kind of disinfection is referred to as secondary disinfection.

One in five Americans use drinking water treated with chloramines.

Many public water systems use chlorine as their alternate antiseptic. But some PWSs changed their less important disinfectant to chloramines to meet up with disinfection byproduct specifications. Since then, consumers have raised questions about this switch in disinfection.

Chloramines, the danger it is to our health

Drinking water disinfection is one of the important technical advances of humankind; but similar to every major significant development it gives a disadvantage. Today, we run the possibility of over ingesting the disinfection chemicals found in public water treatment, along with their dangerous disinfection by-products. It’s a disappointment to know what anything from natural radioactive impurities to anti-depressants is really within our water. A few toxins, for example, chlorine, are fairly easy to filter out. Unlike chloramines, and disinfection byproducts are much slow to dissolve and far more difficult to remove, some of these toxins found to cause cancer.

The absolute most significant problem with making use of chloramines with the residual disinfectant in drinking water is that it may cause health problems such as.

  1. Skin or body
  2. Respiratory or breathing
  3. Gastrointestinal

Unfortunately, there’s no reported evidence, when patients stop chlorinated water, their symptom get better; while they keep on bathing and consumption, their health become worse.  There’ve been no scientific studies associated with health effects of chloramines,

Chloramines’ in drinking water may cause a number of health problems. There is more anecdotic evidence cause and effect for many of these symptoms compared to others. below are a list of some of the problems that you may have do to the use of these chemicals.

  1. Digestive severe stomach cramps, acid reflux, IBS
  2. Respiratory Problems:  asthma, bronchitis, chronic coughing, sore throat, chronic sinus/nasal symptom
  3. Dermatological Disorders: Skin rashes, welts, blistering, dry skin, and bleeding, burning, cracking, peeling, chipping sensations, scarring
  4. Throat Stomach Problems
  5. Dry Eye, Dry Mouth
  6. Individuals chemotherapy shouldn’t drink chloramines-treated water

Above is a list of some of the problems that you may have do to the use of these chemicals in our drinking water. One way to combat them is the use of a whole house water treatment system by Aspen Water Solutions.

Lead is devastating to the human body, inhibiting calcium and oxygen transport and altering nerve transmission within the brain. Many lead poisoning takes place when people swallow lead paint chips or breathe in lead dust. The lead accumulates in soft tissue kidneys, bone marrow, liver, and brain and teeth and bones.

How can I know if my tap water is contaminated with lead?

The only way to know whether your tap water contains lead is to get it tested. You simply cannot see, taste, or smell lead in drinking water. So, you will need to ask your water supplier whether your water has lead in it. For homes served by general public water systems, data on lead in tap water may be available regarding it on the internet from your local water authority. In the event your water provider doesn’t post this important information, you should call and find out, click on the link to find your water company.

Does a high lead amount of my tap water result in health impacts?

High amounts of lead in tap water can cause health effects if the lead into the water enters the bloodstream and causes an elevated blood lead level.

Most research has revealed that exposure to lead-contaminated water alone wouldn’t be likely to elevate blood lead levels in most adults, even exposure to water with a lead content near to the EPA accomplishment amount for lead of 15 per billion.

Risk will vary, however, based on the individual, the circumstances, as well as the amount of water consumed. For example, infants who drink formula prepared with lead-contaminated water might be at a high risk since the big level of water they consume relative to their body size.

What can I do in order to reduce or eliminate lead in my tap water?

If your tap water has lead at amounts exceeding EPA’s action level of 15, you need to take action to minimize your exposure to the lead in the water.

You need to begin by asking your water specialist these questions:

1. What can you do to lower it below the EPA’s action level of fifteen parts per billion?
2. Does your service pipe from the street, have lead in it?
If the answer is no, then the next question is.
3. How do I check the pipes in my house for lead?

In case the pipe within the street doesn`t contain lead, the lead in your tap water might be coming from fixtures, pipes, or elsewhere in your home. Locating and removing these can be a long process and be very expensive. The best way to deal with this problem is with a water treatment system installed in your home by Aspen Water Solutions.

Unless you get rid of the source, you should take the following at any time you wish to utilize tap water for drinking or cooking, especially when the water happens to be off and sitting in the pipes for longer than 6 hours:

Before using of tap-water for consumption, drinking or food preparation, cooking, wash out your water system by running the kitchen tap or just about any tap you take drinking or cooking water from.

Then, fill a clean container with water with this tap. This water would be suitable for preparation, cooking, drinking of baby formula, or other consumption. To conserve water, collect multiple containers of water at once after you have got fully flushed the water through the tap as described.

Before the lead source is removed, you should take the following steps any time you wish to use tap water for drinking or cooking, particularly when the water has been off and sitting within the pipes for more than 6 hours unless you have a water treatment system installed.

Keep in mind that additional flushing is necessary: This is just our suggestion and you should consult your water utility first. For a free consultation give us a call 201-301-6222 and let us help you with this problem.

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