Is the Berkey Water Filter Worth It? (Independent Test Results!) (2022)

To make sure the Berkey Water filter worked like I hoped it did, I sent my water into an independent lab for testing. Now I am sharing my Berkey Water filter test results and what I now think of the Berkey after seeing them.

Alright, you’ve heard me sing my praises for the Berkey Water Filter, but after receiving some opinionated comments about the Berkey on my videos, I decided I needed to know.

I sent 3 samples out to an independent laboratory to test my water.

  1. Directly from the wellhead
  2. From the kitchen faucet after being filtered in our whole house filtration system
  3. From the Berkey water filter

I’m going to be completely transparent and share the process, my results and finally what I think about the Berkey after seeing it all.

VIDEO ON TESTING MY BERKEY WATER

Why Did I Test My Water?

Seeing slightly negative comments on my Berkey Videos that I’ve done, really caused me to think.

Having my family drink healthy and clean water is super important to me, especially after all I’ve learned and researched about what is potentially harmful to our health in our water sources.

But I didn’t want to live with a sense of false security feeling like the Berkey Water Filter was the answer to all our problems and delivered my family wonderfully clean water – if in fact – it wasn’t.

Additionally, I felt a bit of a moral obligation to actually know if I was recommending something to you that was or wasn’t as valuable as I believed it to be.

So, I decided to do some homework and truly find out for myself what was in our water and just avoid all the controversial articles that are readily available about water filters online.

I hope this is valuable to you, and definitely stick around for my results and humble opinion after knowing what I now know.

ABOUT THE COMPANY I USED TO TEST MY WATER

First, I want to be very transparent about the company that I decided to use for testing my water. I learned about a few options but decided to reach out to a company called Tap Score to help me with this.

I told them about our water situation which you’ll see more of as I show you my testing process, but they were super intrigued themselves since our water situation is fairly unique.

This post is not sponsored by Berkey or Tap Score, but after learning what I wanted to do, Tap Score actually offered to send me 3 tests so I could test from each source and better understand what was going on.

They were amazing to jump on to zoom calls with me and prepare me for the process and discuss the results.I’m still not a water pro, but I understand it all so much better after having their help.They have amazing customer service!

What I think is really awesome about Tap Score is that they are actually like a middle man – so to speak.

So they send the water to independent certified laboratories, so they don’t actually test themselves and don’t benefit at all from what your results do or do not say.

They have just provided the amazing testing kits, the learning system and their knowledge to help us know how to test our water and then they decipher the complicated lab results and put them in layman’s terms, basically, and help us understand them.

So it is peace of mind to me that I picked a company that is not profiting from any filtration product or swaying the results. I think they are amazing at helping us understand our water, and I highly highly recommend looking into them if you want to test your water as well.

Can You Test Your Water for Free?

I will say, it is always an option to get your water tested for free, or for a very minimal charge through the county you live in – I believe. I grew up always helping my mom test our well water frequently and turning it into the county.

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I believe those tests are a lot more basic and don’t test quite as much, but it can give you a great baseline to go off of to see if you need to do further in depth testing.I highly recommend looking into those services for your area as well.

What Does Tap Score Test For?

Tap Score has a lot of testing options. You can click what source you have, whether that is a private well or city water, then select a level of testing based on what you are concerned about or what you want to test for. I opted to take the essentials water test for all 3 sources.

I like that you can get very specific or general. If you are concerned about VOC’s, mold, radiation, pesticides and all sorts of scary things that might be a concern in your area – you can select just those tests.

You could also ask them something like, we have 100 year old pipes or live in New York – what should we test for? That might be helpful to start there.

The Process for Testing Our Water

I first wanted to know what was in our well water directly from the wellhead. We knew right away after digging our well that our water had high iron content that affected the taste and smell and we had to install a whole house green sand water filtration system.

And we were pretty sure we had very hard water so we installed a water softener. But I wanted to actually know if it was dangerous to our health and if the whole house filtration system was actually doing what we were told it would do after paying for a fairly expensive filter.

TESTING THE WELLHEAD WATER

Using the instructions in the Tap Score kit, I pulled the water from the well in the morning collecting 2 samples.

-From the first draw before any taps had run.

-Then for the second bottle I collected the water sample after it had run for 5 minutes.

I learned that the first draw is so they can test if your pipes are contaminating the water, and the fully flushed draw is to discover if the water source itself is contaminated.

TESTING THE KITCHEN FAUCET WATER

The second source I wanted to draw from was our kitchen faucet. We don’t always drink or cook from the Berkey and quite frankly – I wanted to know what the whole house filtration process was doing and if we even needed the 3rd filtration – which is the Berkey.

So I grabbed the needed samples from the kitchen faucet, which is essentially the same water that goes through the house and into the bathroom faucets as well.

TESTING THE BERKEY WATER

Lastly, I pulled the samples from the Berkey in the exact same manner in which we use it to fill our cups and drink from.

Next I filled out the card with all my info, set up my online account and I went to the post office and sent them in with the prepaid label, and then I waited a couple weeks for the results.

ALL RESULTS FROM OUR INDEPENDENT LABORATORY WATER TESTS

Ok – here is where it gets interesting, right. Let’s look at the results.

WELLHEAD RESULTS

So I logged onto SimpleLab, the Tap Score testing interface, where I got the testing results. First let’s look at the results from the Wellhead.

As an overview you can see that it scored 67 out of 99.

The plumbing scores pretty good, the aesthetics are poor – obviously because it smells terrible and stains everything yellow if we didn’t filter it.

The water health isn’t super great.The overview also clarifies that they detected elevated Lithium in our well water.

I love that they have an overview, but you can still dig further if you need more information.

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After reading more about Lithium, I felt like our levels were not too concerning, especially since we still had a filter to go through.

This kind of information is definitely something extra you get with Tap Score rather than using a basic test from your county or area.

I wouldn’t have a clue what healthy levels are or what most of these elements are, so these features are amazing to me.

I can see how much fluoride is naturally in our tap water – and if your city adds extra you are concerned about, you could see the exact levels.

I can clearly see from the results that the Iron and Magnesium levels are elevated, affecting the taste and color.

The hardness is ridiculously high in our well water, and would affect our plumbing and fixtures over time if not treated.

There are a lot of elements and info to digest here, but I was mostly concerned about E. coli and coliform, since they detected some when they drilled the well and we had to bleach the well and pipes for that.

This process is called “shocking a well”. I guess that is mainly why I was using the Berkey blindly, because I didn’t know if those were gone from our first treatment, so I just assumed it was better safe than sorry. It was great to see that those were not detected from the wellhead any more.

When I talked to Tap Score, they actually said my well water was pretty darn good in comparison to others.

Perhaps because it’s fairly new and perhaps because we are on 25 acres of virgin land – but it’s apparently pretty good levels.

Although, they still strongly recommended testing my private well once or twice a year because bacteria can return, and since our private water isn’t being monitored by any city or company, it’s kind of up to us to do so.

I want to show you one more cool feature inside SimpleLab, you can click on Treatment and it will recommend treatments based on your test results with potential cost.

It’s interesting that they recommend a reverse osmosis system here – but our local water guy led us to the green sand filtration. He said a reverse osmosis system would work, but was probably more than we needed – so let’s look and see if it works!

FAUCET RESULTS

Ok, here are the results for the water running out of the kitchen sink – which are extremely interesting.

The score is actually lower with a 45 out of 99.That was a little depressing to see, but they helped walk me through why this might be.

The levels I am particularly interested in to see if our green sand filter was doing its job was the iron and magnesium.

Iron wasn’t detected at all in the kitchen sink and magnesium went from a 29.87 PPM to a .09 – so that was very good to see.The green sand filter definitely helps.

I also wanted to know the hardness levels to see what the water softener was doing. The well levels were in the 200’s PPM and the kitchen sink test showed it down to around .6 – so huge improvement in hardness.

The softer water is much better for our skin, hair, plumbing – all of that.

The sodium is higher – due to the water softener, and I just don’t know if that is a concern or if my levels are concerning. That is some research I would like to do – if you know anything about sodium in water, let me know.

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It seemed like all the levels really improved to the kitchen sink, so why such lower scores?

And it comes down to this little detection of coliform – which is a bacteria, and I clicked on it to learn a little more about it and spoke with my hubs and Tap Score.

We determined it could be detected because we had run water through the pipes and filtration system before we bleached the well.

So perhaps a little remains in the system and needs to flush itself out. Tap Score also said it could even be the result of bacteria built up on the faucet head – pretty harmless, but just detected.

They felt encouraged because it wasn’t in the well water, so whatever was causing the detection is most likely harmless and I think if we’ve been using this water for 2 years and haven’t gotten sick – I really don’t need to worry about it much in our situation.

E. coli wasn’t detected, so that was reassuring to know.

BERKEY RESULTS

Now finally – what happens to my water once it runs through my Berkey filters. Let’s take a look!

The overall score went to an 87 out of 99 – much higher than the sink and wellhead.

Lithium went from .03 to .01.

Fluoride is about the same because I don’t have fluoride filters on my Berkey, because we have well water and fluoride isn’t added.

Hardness went down a little bit even more from the kitchen sink from .6 to .3.

Magnesium from .09 to .03.

Does the Berkey Filter Remove Salt?

When looking at the sodium, it came in just slightly lower than the kitchen faucet. It doesn’t seem to filter much of the sodium – which is just good to know what the Berkey is capable of.

It was interesting to note that copper, iron, zinc – and other metals that were detected in the well and kitchen faucet – even though they appear to be in healthy levels – was not detected in the Berkey water.

Do we need a little bit of those in our water? Something I should learn.

It appears so from my results.And you can look on the Berkey’s website and see what elements they claim to be able to filter out.

DOES THE BERKEY FILTER OUT COLIFORM?

I was definitely interested in Coliform from the Berkey, and the results say it was not detected here even though it was in the kitchen faucet.

In my experience, the Berkey does filter out coliform bacteria, which could be a sign of pathogenic bacteria. So glad that it works to eliminate that!

Comparing the aesthetics of the water tests

From the Berkey, the concern was that it might taste salty because of the sodium levels. We don’t notice it. It also looks like there is some remaining Silca which can effect the color. Again, it must be very low because we don’t notice it.

From the well, the taste was marked with Iron, Magnesium and Silca concerns.

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From the kitchen sink, aesthetics showed that sodium and coliform may affect the taste and smell.

Is the Berkey Water Filter worth it?

Would I still recommend it after testing?

Knowing what I now know, is the Berkey worth buying and do I still recommend it?

This is what I now recommend with my whole heart . . . test your water!

Find out and see what kind of health concerns are in your water and then go from there.

You may not need a filter if your water comes back with healthy levels.Or you may find you need a much more robust whole house filter, like ourselves.

Tap Score could save you a lot of money buying doing this test first, and it may actually help you find the right solution to healthier water.

Or maybe you have city water and you get it tested and it detects high levels of VOC’s, chlorine, fluoride – all stuff we don’t want to be drinking in high dosage and your only choice is to get a countertop, faucet or fridge filter.

So basically, I am saying, before you just jump to buy any filter, know what your situation is first and then start researching what exactly you need filtered out and what that filter will do.

Why I Still Recommend the Berkey Water Filter

That being said – based on my experience – I still highly recommend the Berkey.

  • I got it first when we were on city water. I didn’t know I should test and see what was in our water, but I knew it was often cloudy and tasted terrible. The Berkey 100% improved the taste then, and we all still now prefer the clean yummy taste from the Berkey versus our sink.
  • I can see that it successfully took out any detection of Coliform, but I also don’t worry any more if my kids drink out of the faucet on occasion and I don’t mind cooking with our sink water now knowing what is and isn’t in it.
  • I still like how the Berkey looks, it makes water drinking more appealing and convenient. It’s kind of like having a drinking fountain in the house.
  • I love room temperature water, I feel we all drink more water because of it.
  • Considering emergency preparedness – I feel pretty good trusting the Berkey would take out harmful elements if our water source was tainted or if we had to drink from the stream or something.
  • All the reasons I listed in my Berkey Water Filter review video are sill relevant and true for me!

So all this – it is still a win for me!

Overall, knowing is half the battle. Figure out what is in your water – and go from there.

Don’t spend money needlessly, be informed, and maybe even test your water after you choose to filter it with any filter.

If it doesn’t do what the company says it does – ask for a refund with your testing proof. I think that might be a good approach rather than getting lost in skeptical internet articles and comments.

WHERE TO BUY A BERKEY WATER FILTER

I recommend you buy directly from Berkey so you can get their help if something doesn’t work right. I have a Royal Berkey size for my family of 6, and it is perfect. You can use the coupon code “TIDBITS” to save 5% off your purchase on anything from Berkey.

Let me know if this was helpful for you!

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FAQs

Is it worth getting a Berkey? ›

The Berkey removes contaminants from your water, which is why it's considered a water purifier — not just a filter. Its superior water quality and filtering capability is exactly why the Berkey outshines more mainstream, household names like Brita and PUR, not to mention its longevity and long-term affordability.

How effective is Berkey Filter? ›

Berkey water filter is actually classed as a water purifier as it exceeds the industry requirement which is to remove at least 99.9% of pathogenic bacteria and reduce viruses by 99.9%.

Does Berkey remove bacteria and viruses? ›

Since Black Berkey water filters are able to remove bacteria (>99.9999% ) and viruses (>99.999%), a Berkey system fitted with Black Berkey filter elements is essentially a water purifier rather than a mere water filter.

Do Berkey filters remove healthy minerals? ›

No, and that's a good thing! The filters in Berkey Water Systems, known as the Black Berkey Filter, removes sedimentary minerals but keeps beneficial (ionic) minerals. This is because the media formation of the filter elements doesn't attract beneficial minerals.

Is Berkey better than Brita? ›

Brita filters simply lack the quality and filtering capability necessary. Berkey filters are the winner hands down in quality, longevity, long term affordability, and filtering capability.

Is Berkey better than reverse osmosis? ›

Most test results and comparison sites do recommend Berkey Filters as No1 filter system on the market today so Yes we recommend Berkey filters instead of Reverse osmosis as the Berkey gives you a perfectly clean and pure drinking water without taking any good minerals out.

Does Berkey filter e coli? ›

The Berkey purification process uses microfiltration, adsorption, and ion exchange with removes 99.9% of all bacteria, including all strains E. coli bacteria.

Which is best water purifier for home? ›

Summary with Water Purifiers Price List
S No.Product NamePrice
1Rk Aquafresh India Az Series K200₹ 5,399
2Blue Star Aristo RO+UV+UF AR5BLAM01₹ 9,299
3PROVEN® Alkaline + ORP₹ 6,299
4Eureka Forbes AquaSure₹ 9,999
6 more rows
20 Apr 2021

How long will Berkey filters last? ›

Black Berkey water filters last for more than 10 years.

Each durable and efficient filter will last for up to 11,350 liters (22,700 liters per set of two) and provide you with years of efficient water purification. For instance; If you were to use 38 liters per week, this is equivalent to 600 weeks.

Can a Berkey filter contaminated water? ›

The Berkey filters showed strong performance on lead-contaminated drinking water. In our test they reduced lead levels from 170 ug/L to just 0.12 ug/L, a measurement that far exceeds the NSF/ANSI certification requirement of reducing lead from 150 ug/L to 10 ug/L or less.

Does a Berkey filter remove parasites? ›

Both Berkey products can be filled with questionable water and purified to a clean drinking state. They are extremely effective at removing the harmful bacteria, parasites, and viruses while also leaving in the beneficial minerals needed for the body.

Does Berkey water filter remove Microplastics? ›

Without official tests, we cannot say that Berkeys remove 100% of microplastics. However, based on what else Berkey removes, it is highly likely that Berkey filters also remove microplastics due to the relatively large size of even the smallest plastic fragments.

Are Berkey water filters made in China? ›

The black Berkey filters are made in the USA. The stainless steel housings are assembled from US parts and imported parts. None of the parts are made in China.

Why is Berkey not NSF? ›

Berkey Water Filters do not have NSF/ANSI certification for two main reasons. First, the independent lab tests we have, test for far more contaminants than the applicable NSF/ANSI certifications. Secondly, the fees for NSF/ANSI certifications are very cost-prohibitive for what is being tested.

Should I add minerals to my Berkey water? ›

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How long can water sit in Berkey? ›

How long can water stay in my Berkey system before I need to replace it? It is recommended that you replace your Berkey water after three days. For water that is in a cold environment, the water can keep for up to one week.

Why is Berkey not available in California? ›

Under these regulations, the state of California requires that any water treatment system that is sold in the state first be certified by an independent, third-party testing agency, such as NSF, before the system can be considered eligible for sale in California.

Is Alexapure better than Berkey? ›

So, which water filter is better? Berkey Filters beats out Alexapure in overall cost, filtration capability, filter lifespan and warranty policy. Berkey Filter offers an exclusive lifetime warranty on products while Alexapure offers a one-year warranty.

Is there anything better than Berkey? ›

While Berkey filters remove over 200 contaminants from water, reverse osmosis systems can remove 99.9% of total dissolved solids. However Berkey systems require no installation, no connection to electricity or water, and cost significantly less.

Does the Berkey filter out fluoride? ›

The Black Berkey Filters do indeed filter out fluoride very effectively--removing 99% of it. The Berkey Purification Process is multifaceted using several steps to stop contaminants.

Why are Berkey filters so expensive? ›

This is because they're made of stainless steel and other high-quality materials. The filters themselves, the company says, are made of more than six different materials including high-grade coconut shell carbon. In addition, the high cost of independent testing for water purification may add to the price.

Can bacteria grow in Berkey filters? ›

The Black Berkey Purifiers have silver in their proprietary media to ensure that no bacteria grow within the filters.

Does Berkey filter remove heavy metals? ›

Yes, Berkey removes 99.9% of all heavy metals.

How do I dispose of Berkey filters? ›

Berkey water filters are recyclable through TerraCycle's Filters- Zero Waste Box, Filters – Zero Waste Pouch, Water Filters Zero Waste Box or All-in-One Zero Waste Box. Berkey does not take back their water filters to recycle and in fact does not recommend recycling Black Berkey filters on their website.

Which water is best for drinking? ›

Tap water is generally a better choice because it's less expensive and doesn't create single-use plastic waste. The pH level and mineral content varies between different types and sources of water, but these don't drastically affect the overall healthfulness of the water.

Why does my Berkey water taste bad? ›

The most common cause of the initial metallic taste is failure to fully prime the Berkey Fluoride Filters. The granular nature of the fluoride-capturing media in the Berkey PF-2™ filter naturally results in some finer material being present.

Does Berkey remove chlorine? ›

Quick and Short Answer: Yes, the Berkey water filter will remove chlorine from your water to undetectable levels! Protecting the majority of the US drinking water from disease causing bacteria, viruses, and other microbes, are disinfectants such as chlorine, chloramines, ozone, and chlorine dioxide.

How do you clean Berkey with vinegar? ›

Mix 2 parts Berkey water to one part vinegar. When the wash cycle gets to the final rinse, add ¼-⅓ cup of the vinegar solution to the washer.

Can you drink lake water from a Berkey? ›

Berkey water filter systems allow you to transform lake water or whatever other water source you have at hand into safe, clean water for drinking, cooking and personal hygiene. The filter life for the Black Berkey elements is so long that you can freely use your Berkey water for all your water needs.

Can you drink river water with a Berkey? ›

The Berkey water filters are able to both filter and purify water which has been obtained from untreated and raw water sources such as lakes, rivers, and stagnant ponds.

Does Berkey filter rust? ›

If the buildup comes out, then the buildup is just healthy minerals that the Black Berkey® Purification Elements are designed to allow through. If the buildup does not come out, then it is likely rust and the chamber in question should be replaced per our One Year Stainless Steel Warranty.

Are Berkey filters Made in USA? ›

Berkey ceramic filters are free-standing (tabletop), portable, gravity-fed water filtration and purification systems manufactured in the USA and commercialized by New Millennium Concepts, Ltd.

How often do you clean Berkey filters? ›

Cleaning Your Berkey Water Filter System

We recommend cleaning your Berkey stainless steel chambers monthly, and the Black Berkey Purification elements every six months or as filtration speed slows.

Does Berkey remove salt? ›

Black Berkey® water filters are designed to remove a very large number of pollutants as specified in test results from an independent laboratory. However, they do not remove the mineral salts initially present in the water and preserve them for the benefit of our body.

How do you remove microplastics from drinking water? ›

How can you remove microplastics from tap water at home?
  1. Carbon Blocks faucet filters: The most efficient ones, such as TAPP 2 remove 100% of all known microplastics.
  2. Reverse Osmosis filters: Can filter down to to 0.001 micron so will remove all known microplastics, but are more expensive and require maintenance.
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Are there filters to remove microplastics? ›

Yes, water filters successfully reduce or remove microplastics from drinking water. According to the research conducted by Orb Media, microplastics can be as small as 2.5 microns. So the best way to remove them is by a filtration medium as small or smaller than 2.5 microns.

Do PUR filters remove microplastics? ›

Using a Pur Filter with micrometre (micron) pore sizes will remove most microplastics in water since they are or less 5 mm long. Microplastics may be removed from water using a Pur Filter with a pore diameter of fewer than 0.1 micrometres (0.0001 mm or 100 nm).

How long do Berkey water filters last? ›

Black Berkey water filters last for more than 10 years.

Each durable and efficient filter will last for up to 11,350 liters (22,700 liters per set of two) and provide you with years of efficient water purification. For instance; If you were to use 38 liters per week, this is equivalent to 600 weeks.

Why are Berkey water filters so expensive? ›

Due to the cost increases of raw materials, labor, and logistics, we are out of necessity increasing prices on the majority of Berkey products by 10% to 20%. This will include filter replacements, systems, and most accessories.

Which is best water purifier for home? ›

Summary with Water Purifiers Price List
S No.Product NamePrice
1Rk Aquafresh India Az Series K200₹ 5,399
2Blue Star Aristo RO+UV+UF AR5BLAM01₹ 9,299
3PROVEN® Alkaline + ORP₹ 6,299
4Eureka Forbes AquaSure₹ 9,999
6 more rows
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Does a Berkey water filter remove chlorine? ›

Does the Berkey remove Chlorine and Chloramines from drinking water? The short answer is Yes! The Berkey water filter will remove chlorine to undetectable levels and chloramines over 99.9% from drinking water.

How do you get mold out of Berkey filters? ›

Mould is never a good thing to find, especially in your Berkey water filter® System. Remove the Black Berkey ® Purification elements and scrub them with an abrasive pad or toothbrush. Reprime the elements to flush out any old water.

Why does my Berkey water taste bad? ›

The most common cause of the initial metallic taste is failure to fully prime the Berkey Fluoride Filters. The granular nature of the fluoride-capturing media in the Berkey PF-2™ filter naturally results in some finer material being present.

Does Berkey water filter remove Microplastics? ›

Without official tests, we cannot say that Berkeys remove 100% of microplastics. However, based on what else Berkey removes, it is highly likely that Berkey filters also remove microplastics due to the relatively large size of even the smallest plastic fragments.

Why can't you buy a Berkey in California? ›

Under these regulations, the state of California requires that any water treatment system that is sold in the state first be certified by an independent, third-party testing agency, such as NSF, before the system can be considered eligible for sale in California.

Which is the best water filter? ›

  • Kent RO water purifier with a wall-mountable design. ...
  • Aquaguard Aura Water Purifier. ...
  • V-Guard RO Water Purifier, 7 litres. ...
  • Blue Star Excella 6 L RO + UV Water Purifier. ...
  • Eureka forbes Aquasure From Aquaguard Amaze Ro+Uv+Mtds 7L Water Purifier. ...
  • HUL Pureit RO water purifier. ...
  • Havells Digi Touch Alkaline Water Purifier.
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Does a Berkey remove fluoride? ›

The Black Berkey Filters do indeed filter out fluoride very effectively--removing 99% of it. The Berkey Purification Process is multifaceted using several steps to stop contaminants.

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