Key point of the article listed as below:
1. Assembly Bill 119 has made it clear that a water treatment device can’t be sold in California unless it has been certified by the State Department of Public Health. The goal of the State of California Water Treatment Device Registration Program is to ensure that devices sold in California have been independently evaluated and tested to reduce 'health-related' contaminants as claimed by the packaging.
AB 119: [login to view URL]
2. The replacement water filter I (someone living in California) bought on Amazon named Icepure turned out not to be a registered device.
Here is the current listing of devices registered for sale in California:
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3. (Complaint against Amazon and require a strict monitoring of water treatment device)
This experience really disappointed me. Now, I can’t fully trust Amazon anymore. As a big platform, Amazon should have put strict supervision on those sellers. Selling products not certified by the department is just one problem I encountered by accident. But it made me wonder if Amazon still has other similar problems? Does Amazon ever care about millions of customers health? I hope this problem is just made by careless. And they can take immediate actions to solve this problem and protect customers’ interest.