NSF International recognizes company’s 30-year dedication to product certification and performance
Ada, MI (Aug. 28, 2017) – Amway has recently received recognition for its 30-year commitment to product certification and performance in residential water treatment.
In 1987, Amway certified its first water treatment device with NSF International. Since then, Amway and NSF International have made a crucial impact on residential water treatment certifications through the co-development of new industry standards, as well as the expansion of existing standards.
“At Amway, collaborative spirit has always been a mainstay in supporting product certification and standards development,” said Catherine Ehrenberger, vice president of Amway R&D. “Through open innovation, we have been able to provide consumers with confidence in the performance of their eSpring products.”
The eSpring water purification system filters more than 160 potential contaminants, including lead, mercury, and pharmaceuticals.
While much of the focus is on drinking water, the collaborative efforts between Amway and NSF International have extended into other product categories, including dietary supplements and home product standards and certifications.
“We congratulate Amway on their 30 year commitment to consumer safety and public health as demonstrated by the NSF International certifications they hold for water treatment, home and nutrition products,” said Kevan Lawlor, President and CEO, NSF International. “We are so pleased to work with Amway as we share many of the same values including integrity and high ethical standards.”
The eSpring water purification system is sold exclusively by Amway Business Owners around the globe. To find more information regarding the availability of eSpring in your country, please visit www.amwayglobal.com.
About NSF International
NSF International is a global independent organization that writes standards, and tests and certifies products for the water, food, health sciences and consumer goods industries to minimize adverse health effects and protect the environment (nsf.org). Founded in 1944, NSF International is committed to protecting human health and safety worldwide. Operating in more than 165 countries, NSF International is a Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborating Center on Food Safety, Water Quality and Indoor Environment.
NSF International led the development of the American National Standards for all materials and products that treat or come in contact with drinking water. In 1990, the U.S. EPA replaced its own drinking water product advisory program with these NSF International standards. Today, most major plumbing codes require certification to NSF standards for pipes and plumbing components in commercial and residential buildings.
The NSF International Health Sciences Division offers training and education, consulting, auditing, GMP and GLP analytical testing, DNA testing, certification, R&D, regulatory guidance and corporate compliance for the pharma biotech, medical device, dietary supplement and bottled water/beverage industries throughout the product lifecycle. NSF International wrote the only accredited American National Standard (NSF/ANSI 173) that verifies the health and safety of dietary supplements and also tests and certifies products to this standard.
Amway is an $8.8 billion direct-selling business based in Ada, Michigan, USA. Top-selling brands for Amway are Nutrilite™ vitamin, mineral and dietary supplements, Artistry™ skincare and color cosmetics, eSpring™ water treatment systems and XS™ energy drinks – all sold exclusively by Amway Business Owners. Global sales in 2016 made Amway the No. 1 direct-selling business in the world, according to the 2017 Direct Selling News Global 100. The company’s annual sales figure includes revenue from direct-selling operations and other business holdings. For company news, visit globalnews.amway.com