The NSF Water Treatment and Distribution Systems Program is responsible for the certification of drinking water treatment chemicals and drinking water system components to ensure that these products do not contribute contaminants to drinking water that could cause adverse health effects.
NSF/ANSI Standard 60: Drinking Water Treatment Chemicals -- Health Effects is the nationally recognized health effects standard for chemicals which are used to treat drinking water.
NSF/ANSI Standard 61: Drinking Water System Components -- Health Effects is the nationally recognized health effects standard for all devices, components, and materials which contact drinking water.
The NSF Mark, well respected by public health officials, retailers, and consumers, is recognized as a symbol of product quality and integrity. Through the years, the NSF Mark has helped thousands of manufacturers get to market faster, expand into new export markets, and get their products accepted more easily.
We've listened carefully to our customers over the years and so we've tried to make the NSF certification process as simple and efficient for our clients, while maintaining standards of excellence. By assigning a dedicated NSF project manager, you will have one single point of contact to guide you through the process, overseeing your certification project every step of the way.
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For more information on NSF's Water Treatment and Distribution Program, please contact NSF in Bangkok, Thailand at email@example.com.