Cadmium, we filter that.
CADMIUM is a soft, bluish-white metal usually associated with zinc. It's used in the manufacture of batteries, electronics and nuclear reactors. It's plated onto steel to prevent corrosion, and two of its compounds (cadmium sulfide and cadmium selenide) are used to produce pigment for plastics as well.
Cadmium can enter the environment through a variety of industrial and agricultural operations, and as a byproduct of fossil fuel use. General use has declined, and now about 80% of cadmium in the environment comes from nickel-cadmium batteries. Cadmium often enters water as the result of: deterioration of galvanized plumbing, fertilizer contamination, and industrial waste in general.
Filter Removal Rates
Pure Filter: 96.70%
Nano Filter: 96.7%
Everyday Filter: We have not tested for this contaminant yet.*
Outdoor Filter: 96.7%
Smart Shield: We have not tested for this contaminant yet.*
Fridge Filter: 96.7%
*Why have we not tested for this? Read on here to find out.