An activated carbon filter for ground water is a water filtration system designed to remove contaminants from water. It uses activated carbon, a type of carbon that has been treated to create a highly porous surface that can adsorb and trap contaminants. The filter works by passing the water through the carbon, trapping the contaminants in the pores of the carbon. The filter can remove a variety of contaminants, including chlorine, pesticides, metals, and pharmaceuticals. It can also improve the taste and odor of the water. The filter needs to be replaced periodically to ensure it continues to be effective.
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