The most popular brand of energy drink water purifier, which is manufactured by RLcraft and has been available in grocery stores since 2009, has been found to contain lead and arsenic, according to a report from the National Center for Toxicology.
The Center for Environmental Health, which studies environmental hazards, said it has not seen a spike in lead and other chemicals in water purification products.
However, a study by the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI), a consumer watchdog group, said the results of a recent analysis of water testing for lead and cadmium found that a single-serving energy drink can contain as much as five times the amount of lead as the water tested for.
In fact, the report found that the water samples tested were not the only samples taken from a single household.
It also found that samples taken at different locations in different neighborhoods showed a similar level of lead and lead-based paint.
The National Center For Toxicology said the products found in its study, including those that are sold in the grocery store, were not designed for proper use.
They contained lead, cadmides and other hazardous chemicals.
The company is working with the EPA to make the products safer, according the report.
It’s a very big concern, said Mike Kranz, CSPI’s research director.
It’s one of the main reasons why we have to take this very seriously.
But they are drinking water. “
There are people who have never been exposed to the toxic chemicals in the product.
But they are drinking water.
They’re using an environmentally hazardous product.”
According to the report, the product, RLcraft Energy Drink, contains the following ingredients:Lactic acid, a highly acidic acid used to make lactic acid bacteria, a type of bacteria that produces a naturally occurring acid.
Sodium hydroxide, a preservative.
Methylparaben, a synthetic preservative that is used in cosmetics and personal care products.
Phthalates, chemicals that have been linked to reproductive and developmental effects.
Vinyl chloride, which causes irritation and skin irritation.
Sodium hydroxides, used in many commercial products, to prevent the breakdown of minerals and other substances.
Cyanogen-8, a carcinogen.
And lead, a toxic chemical that has been linked with cancer.
According to a press release from the Center For Science in Public Interest, RLCraft says its products are designed to meet consumer needs, with more than 2 million units in retail stores and about 2,000 in grocery outlets.
The water testing was conducted by a third-party company, the Center, which did not respond to a request for comment from Medical News Now.