SOURCE: Business Enthusiast Matt Argall

Business Enthusiast Matt Argall

March 12, 2015 04:46 ET

Matt Argall Explores Innovative Water Filtration Solutions

MIAMI, FL--(Marketwired - Mar 12, 2015) - Benzene, a cancer-causing agent, has been found in an agricultural community's drinking water after as much as 50,000 gallons of oil spilled into the Yellowstone River in eastern Montana. The 6,000 residents of the community of Glendive were without drinking water for days after the discovery, until officials finally brought in truckloads of bottled water. Those who attempted to use tap water noticed a diesel-like smell, which prompted further testing after the water was originally deemed safe. The spill was the second to take place along the Yellowstone River in recent years, as a 2011 broken pipeline caused 63,000 gallons of oil to make its way into the water. Alarmed by the potential risks arising out of accidents like this, Florida-based entrepreneur and innovator, Matt Argall, announced increased research efforts to expand water filtration solutions for American households.

"People in the United States can no longer trust the water supply the way it currently sits, since there is too much that can go wrong," Matt Argall justifies his concerns. "Research suggests that the water in the United States causes up to 16 million illnesses per year, which is a number far too great for a developed country." The danger goes well beyond oil spills, as industrial pollution, pesticides, and pharmaceuticals all make their way into the drinking water and are consumed by people each and every day, so Argall's latest business endeavor is addressing a constantly growing need.

Currently, Argall is examining a number of state-of-the-art technologies, seeking an optimum solution to provide healthy drinking water to Americans at an affordable price. One of the solutions on his radar is the multibore® membrane technology, which removes particles from the water, and reverse osmosis, which reduces water salinity and actually makes it possible to drink seawater. Filtration systems that remove chemical residue also play an important role in Argall's considerations, since they would allow eliminating pesticides from the drinking water. While some companies use carbon-based technologies to remove chlorine, carbon does not bind to all chemicals. Chemicals like arsenic, uranium, and fluoride have been found in America's drinking water, so Argall is striving to develop a system that addresses these issues as well, working restlessly to create the perfect water filter.

Matt Argall was born in Los Angeles in 1980, but spent most of his early years in Canada, where his parents ran a chiropractic business. He returned to the United States at the age of eight after his parents sold their business and moved the family to Florida. Attending high school in Florida, Argall met his first business partner, Ali, with whom he saved a dwindling online business at the age of 17. This early success paved the way for Argall's ongoing commitment to growing his various business ventures and exploring new industries. Argall lives in Florida with his wife and son, where he is heavily involved in a number of local charities and non-profit organizations.

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