Most of the hydrogen sulfide that occurs in drinking water is derived from natural sources and industrial processes. It is particularly noticeable in some groundwater, depending on source rock mineralogy and microorganisms present.
Hydrogen sulfide is often found in waters with elevated levels of iron and/or manganese. Fortunately, most iron and manganese filters that use oxidation technology are able to effectively and concurrently remove hydrogen sulfide.
We recommend the following water treatment systems for the removal of hydrogen sulfide:
- Cartridge-based Iron Filter (for low hydrogen sulfide concentrations)
- Iron Rival Whole House Iron and Hydrogen Sulfide Filters