Cost Comparison

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Quote:

“We generally pay much less for our drinking water than we do for most other goods and services…On average, tap water costs are slightly more than $2 per 1,000 gallons…Each of us, on average, uses over 100 gallons of water per day for everything from drinking water, bathing, watering our gardens, etc. This equates to an average annual water bill of about $300 per household…”

The 15 year Kangen Water™ information is based on the Enagic SD501, with a retail price of $3980.00.  This price includes the cost of a high-grade filter, replaced annually; e-cleaner for a normal year’s cleaning, 5 cleaning services, once every 3 years, performed by an Enagic Technician and the average cost of tap water, as indicated by the U.S. EPA, at the rate of $.002 per gallon

NOTE: These figures were calculated based on a family of four, using a recommended daily water consumption formula of ½ the body weight of each individual in ounces of water. Father – 190 lbs, Mother – 160 lbs, 13 year old son – 100 lbs, 10 year old daughter – 75 lbs. Weights based on National Center for Health Statistics for average weights of individuals living in the United States. This family should consume 262.5 ounces, or 2.05 gallons, of water each day. The calculations used above have been figured by using 2 gallons of daily consumption.

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