January 20, 2020

Nephros Water Filtration Products Recalled

After the news about the chemical spill in West Virginia, and coal ash in the Dan River in North Carolina, many people are looking into water filtration products. Two products have been recalled because they “pose risks to health, potentially resulting in sickness or death” according to the FDA. One person has died and one person has contracted an infection as a result of these products.

Water in SinkThe products are Nephros non-medical water filtration SafeSpout and SafeShower products. All production lots are recalled. The products were manufactured between July 2011 and September 2013 and distributed between October 2011 and October 2013. They are SafeSpout 70-0233 and 70-0238; SafeShower HH (Hand Held) 70-0237; and SafeShower FH (Fixed Head) 70-0236.

Exposure to harmful bacteria could occur when the fiber filter or the sealing compound holding the fiber in place breaks apart. If the filter breaks, consumers could be exposed to bacteria or viruses, which could result in infection or death.

If you purchased any of these products, stop using them immediately. Return the products to the place of purchase or the manufacturer.

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