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Marcone Servicers Association

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Marcone is now the Exclusive Distributor of Aquasana

October 1, 2012 in News Room, Water Filters

We are pleased to announce that the following Marcone branches will be test locations for a new product line we are exclusively distributing in the industry called Aquasana. Founded in 1997 in Fort Worth, Texas, Aquasana is a leading manufacturer of performance home water filtration products.

Shower Filter – AQ 2100

  • Promotes softer skin and shiner hair
  • Reduces calcium buildup for a cleaner shower
  • Ability to adjust water flow
  • Saves up to 2,500 gallons of water a year with the water sense shower head design
  • Can be installed in less than 5 minutes

Countertop Drinking Water Filter System – AQ 4000

  • Removes 60 containments
  • Removes microscopic particles or sediment
  • Improves taste and reduces odor
  • Removes lead and other heavy metals
  • 10 cents per gallon, equivalent to 4000 bottles of water
  • Easy install
  • Filtered water available with the convenience of a tap
  • Filter only needs to be changed twice a year.
  • Consumers Digest “Best Buy” for 6 consecutive years.

Under-Counter Drinking Water Filter System – AQ 4600

  • Removes 60 containments
  • Removes microscopic particles or sediment
  • Improves taste and reduces odor
  • 10 cents per gallon, equivalent to 4000 bottles of water
  • Easy install
  • Filter only needs to be changed twice a year.
  • Consumers Digest “Best Buy” for 6 consecutive years.

18oz Glass Water Bottles – AQ 6005

  • Certified by NSF to be lead and cadmium free
  • Protects from chemicals leaching back into the water
  • Better taste then Aluminum bottles
  • Holds temperature better than any bottle
  • Transport anywhere
  • Can be refilled for the life of the bottle
  • Dishwasher safe

Pick up your Aquasana filtration devices at the following locations:

  • Cerritos – 7500
  • Hackensack – 1273
  • Lenexa – 201
  • Louisville – 301
  • Malden – 1208
  • Miami – 5100
  • Orlando – 5400
  • Sacramento – 7800
  • San Jose – 7700
  • South Miami – 5900
  • St. Louis – 101
  • Syracuse – 1268
  • Tampa – 5200
  • West Palm – 6100
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GE begins program to recycle used refrigerator water filters

December 20, 2011 in News Room, Water Filters

GE Appliances & Lighting has launched the major appliance industry’s first program for recycling water filters used in refrigerator/freezers.

GE Water Filter

GE Water Filter

Designed to recycle 100% of the refrigerator water filter, the program takes the plastic part of the filters and “pelletizes” it for reuse. The charcoal filter is recycled into landfill liners that help prevent substances from leaching into local water supplies.

“Given the hundreds of thousands of GE refrigerator water filters currently in service, GE feels a responsibility to help consumers in minimizing their environmental impact by providing a simple method to responsibly recycle their used GE water filters,” says Laura Edwards, GE parts sales and marketing operations manager.

When anyone orders a replacement water filter from GE, they will receive a free recycling kit for the used GE water filter. The kit includes a prepaid mailing label and envelope for shipping the old filter to the recycling center.

By recycling old refrigerator water filters, you help keep plastic out of landfills, just as one does when drinking water from the refrigerator dispensing system instead of using water from plastic bottles, she adds.

Changing the filter every six months helps maintain clean drinking water from your refrigerator’s water and ice dispensing system. Applicable filters include models MWF, MSWF, MXRC and GSWF, Edwards explains.