Our present leaders have a plan too.

Phoenix pours $280 million into the pipeline to prepare for less water from the parched Colorado River

The water that we utilize travels hundreds of miles in open canals.  In its transportation process, it picks up many minerals and salts.

These are the two most popular options to treat our water in the Phoenix metro area (we now have pfas chemicals here):

These are two affordable methods to make your water better.  We have spent our 55 years preparing ourselves for this day.  All of our rental equipment is digitally coded and placed in a tickler file.  We exchange this equipment on a periodic basis to keep it fresh.  This service does not cost any extra and it saves you thousands of dollars.  If you buy water treatment equipment it can cost $5,000 to $8,000 (yearly upkeep can run $350).  If you choose the above package you pay only $106/month plus tax (there is a reasonable installation fee), and we take care of the yearly service.  This process will save you over $6,100 every five years.

The water that my famous shirttail relative Senator Carl Hayden brought to us is drying up.

On January 1, 2021, Arizona’s supply of our water will be cut by 18% (CAP).  The cuts may get to Phoenix.

The city is investing $280 million to make sure you have enough water.  This 280 million investment water will still be very hard and contain many total dissolved solids.

After traveling hundreds of miles in steel pipelines and open canals the city fathers of water must add chlorine for taste factors and other elements unknown (many are known).  The most undesirable elements are algae and bacteria.  In some cases, by the time this water reaches your home; it will contain over 5 parts per million (this is more than a swimming pool).  We love our city fathers of water (adding chlorine is not a perfect science – chlorine dissipates).  Enough chlorine must be added for the residual content must be 1 part per million at the end of the line.

This is a popular method to remove the chlorine from your water:

It is said that some communities will reach day zero with their water supply.

It is also said that the ocean will rise.

NASA’s Sea Level Change Team has created a sea-level projection tool based on the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report that visualizes the impacts of future sea-level rise on coastlines and communities.

More than 600 million people (around 10 percent of the world’s population) live in coastal areas that are less than 10 meters (32 feet) above sea level.

Based on an analysis published by NASA, global mean sea levels rose by about 20 centimeters (around eight inches) between 1901 and 2018, faster than any time in the past 3,000 years.

What if we take the water from the ocean – run it through desalination plants and get Elon Musk’s Boring Company to dig holes; place pipes in these holes and run this water to the communities in need?

We can also utilize triangulation and physics to create hydroelectric energy along the water path (place turbines in the pipes).  If we create the proper angles and curves won’t this create water velocity to turn those turbines?  What do you think Elon (I’d like to work with you on this project).  I can’t think of anything more sustainable.  Let’s invest this money here; maybe this will also be useful on Mars.  This will be a win-win and a self-funding project.

  1. Sunshine
  2. Seagulls
  3. Ocean
  4. Desalination plant
  5. Pipeline
  6. Freeway

Let us do this and not wait.  We all need to come together on this plan.  Just a thought.

Now the Phoenix area and Mesa area and Tucson area have a dangerous chemical in our water (pfas, forever chemical, perfluorooctanoic acid).  This Chemical is bad for our thyroids and kidneys.  This chemical has been utilized in the manufacturing industry and has seeped down into our water tables. 

We have two solutions to remove this chemical from your water:

Maybe ‘forever chemicals’ should be called ‘everywhere chemicals’

We knew that PFAS contamination was widespread. But the fact that it’s contaminating deer meat in the Fairfield area is an eye-opening reminder of just how extensive this problem is. It’s enough to wonder if these “forever chemicals” should be called “everywhere chemicals.”  

It’s not exactly a surprise that per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, chemicals are known as PFAS that have been used in various applications including non-stick coating and water-resistant materials, are increasingly being identified in Maine and across the country. After all, these chemicals have already been found in nearly every American who has been tested for them. Scientists estimate that nearly two-thirds of Americans have drinking water that is contaminated with some form of chemicals.

PFAS chemicals are associated with higher risks for asthma, liver damage, thyroid disease, preeclampsia, high cholesterol and decreased fertility, according to an assessment from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Agency for Toxic Substance and Disease Registry. These substances can break down slowly, causing them to persist in the environment and earning them the “forever chemicals” label.

Dealing with chemicals that are this long-lasting and this pervasive is a daunting task. But a critical early step is identifying the extent of the problem. In order to mitigate the spread and clean up contaminated sites, you need to know where they are. To that end, it is encouraging that the state is putting unprecedented resources into the PFAS identification efforts and has taken other steps like enacting more stringent PFAS drinking water standards and extending the statute of limitations for Mainers to claim PFAS-related harm.

Ladies and gentlemen of the jury; our company has developed specific new products to deal with this very dangerous chemical.  We can remove this very affordably from your water utilizing our rental water treatment processes.  If this equipment is not handled correctly your water can be contaminated.  We have spent 55 years of our lives preparing ourselves for this moment we can protect you and your loved family.  

Respectfully, Hayden Boyett


cell phone ‘text is best’ 602.291.4157

office: (480) 969-7251

Note: If your water equipment is not changed and sanitized on a regular basis you risk microbiological contamination of your drinking water:


Sources :

I have copied all the content and pictures from these sources.  I do not claim any originality to this content.  I give these sources all the credit.  I am grateful to Google News (I love the Google company and the Alphabet company) and the writers of this news.  I am proud to pass this very interesting information along.






Here is a picture of our founder and his family.  Brian Boyett is on the far right.

I have been fortunate to spend some time with each of these family members (third from the left Annetta now lives in England ‘she has loved to live there for a long time’ and fourth from the left Dale now lives in Dallas Texas).  What strikes me about each person in this group is their humility and their connection to what is real in life.  They are survivors.   They created this beautiful family on a dry land farm in Texas and thrived.  The other point that comes to my mind about this: they are all hard hard workers.

This is another picture of Brian Boyett’s family (Brian Boyett is standing in the middle back row).

The other thoughts that come to mind about these people are these: very respectful, diligent and functional, and determined.  They contained great American ideals and instincts.  The Boyett people came from Austria seeking free religion (they found it and we celebrate this today).

Here is a little bit more information about our founder my father.

April 13, 1951 my founder father is accepting the Agee of the year award at Texas Technology College in Lubbock, Texas.  It read:

Brian Boyett, animal husbandry major from Albany, is shown as he is presented; for outstanding services rendered the Agriculture club and the Agriculture Division of Texas Technology college at Lubbock.  A secret committee of aggie students made this selection.

On November 13, 1951, Brian Boyett was inducted into the Who’s who of American college students.  These people honored him because of his good grades and contribution and leadership qualities.  This selection is based upon recommendations by peers and two faculty members.

His study at Texas Tech is a strong statement of desire, intent and passion, and compassion.  Brian Boyett was born near the time of 1934 and grew up on a stock ranch in Breckenridge Texas (they prayed for rain that never came).  His house was so humble; when the electric company arrived to install the electricity; they did not.  Their home did not deserve electricity.  He loved his life, his family, and America.  He applied simple principles of determination, honor, integrity hard work, and wisdom to pioneer an industry in AZ that works with the world’s best people.

His first exposure to AZ came from the National Cotton Council

He traveled the country recommending to cotton ginners to sponsor a couple of cents on each bale of cotton to give to this fund to promote the purchase of cotton.  It was in his travels in Arizona that he heard about the concept of rental soft water.  His thought was this:

Instead of having the cows in my pasture; the cows are in other people’s pastures to add value there.   I’ll stop by and check and cure these proactively and with great diligence.  It seemed to work and he kept trying new things and keeping the ones that worked.  He instilled this in his family.  He said to us: continue this traditionally and generationally.

Because of our founder’s leadership and vision, we discovered a method using accounting and management principles: renting and proactively exchanging these rental water treatment systems so they save you as much as $13,000 over a 10-year period.

Each one of your rental water treatment equipment is electronically date-coded.  Our customer service tickler computer system is developed by Nevada Computer Iowa,

We are tenaciously pursuing to exchange your rental treatment equipment when your tickler prints.

We have a four-step follow-through process that I am documenting here:

  1. We send a postcard
  2. We send an email
  3. We make a phone call
  4. Hayden Boyett stops by your home; knocks on your door and ‘with packing tape – a note to your front door or front window’.  We must exchange this equipment so we don’t contaminate your water.

Linda, I stopped by your house last night and knocked and taped a note to your door.  We will follow through; will you?

My family is serious about this.

We go to an extreme degree to properly maintain your rental water treatment equipment.

Without the proper facilities improvement, there will be no exchanges.

With the great concrete work of Dave G this is.  If you would like a concrete technician reference, please call me anytime (Hayden Boyett 480.969.7251 c 602.291.4157).

We recently had our concrete Dave G visit for some important modifications (because of your kindness and overwhelming support we are increasing our capacity to serve you):

This is the critical component/ critical area of space (we must exchange your equipment frequently; your water will become contaminated).

We raised the walls of the evacuation area.  Thank you for helping us promote the popularity of this approach.

Because of increased demand for our pfas filters, we are having to increase the height of the walls in our filter media dump area.  This is a very important area for our industry to evacuate the bad media and reuse our fiberglass tanks.  This saves you money and prevents contamination of your drinking water.  If the units are not changed every five years microbiological contamination of your drinking water will occur. 1  While you are here Dave will you also.

Concrete Dave is willing to perform his work a little at a time to meet our budget and a big dream – a little at a time (have concrete laid on all our surfaces).  If there was no Concrete Dave; Boyett’s family water cannot exchange water units (since 2001). We love you, Concrete Dave.




My very fine friends and family; my family at Boyett’s family water treatment is advocating for the entire rental water treatment service in Arizona and the entire world to change to whole house filters that do not waste water.  A simple in and out filter will do (attached at the point of water entry of your home or shelter).  In some cases, this equipment may be necessary to install in your living room.  Just set the TV on it. I’m making the call: the rental water treatment industry in Arizona and especially in the world: let us go to in and out filtration media tanks; no drain and no electricity – just 40 psi of water pressure.  The equipment must be exchanged – periodically; tenaciously – to prevent microbiological contamination of your drinking water.  We have one for you.

I’d like to inform you of a great restaurant and bar to visit.  Family-owned by Ray Herndon (Handle Bar J in Scottsdale AZ).

They have great food, friendly service, and fabulous entertainment.  While we were there – I played Ray’s fiddle.

This was a great honor.  It is at this restaurant when I was 5 years old (I am now 55) my father decided I will learn to play the fiddle.  Playing the fiddle fundamentally changes each day in my life (when practicing unselfishness and courage; I hope I will every time).

We meet at Mesa every Tuesday at 7 PM.  If there is a person who has carried a dream to learn a musical instrument.  We think we might help.  We provide the instrument and sponsor two lessons at no charge.  We figure if the person really wants to play ‘after the two lessons’; YouTube is very helpful.   Anyone who wants to play the old-time fiddle music ‘using the power of unison’ will always be welcome where I am.

We promise to listen to your needs and desires and develop products that are beneficial to your health and well-being and products that are very green and water-efficient.



Ray Herndon Bio, Wiki 2017 – Musician Biographies

About US – World Famous Handlebar J BBQ Restaurant & Bar

These are three new products that we have recently developed (and are very pleased with your feedback and the results):

Fluoride Filter + Granular Activated Filter – Boyett’s Family Water Treatment (azh2o.com)

This product removes fluoride from your water before entering your home.  We don’t feel Fluoride should be in your drinking water.  There are many health studies that indicate drinking Fluoride is harmful to our health.

Whole House Carbon Filtration – Boyett’s Family Water Treatment (azh2o.com)

This product removes the chlorine from your water and also the dangerous pfas chemical (forever chemical).  Based upon many health studies – chlorine can cause cancer (they used chlorine gas to kill the enemy in World War 1) and the pfas (forever chemical is bad for our thyroids and kidneys).   Both of these products are user-friendly; there is no water wasted; there is no electricity – and no salt to add.

PFAS Whole House Carbon Filtration – Boyett’s Family Water Treatment (azh2o.com)

This product is designed for the people who do not want the cement (calcium and magnesium ‘considered water hardness’ are the main ingredients of cement) in the water; it also utilizes granular activated carbon to remove chlorine and the pfas (forever chemical).

Coming soon to you (a whole house lead filter)

Here is some information on our whole house lead filter.  We think this will help many.

Boyett’s whole house lead removal filter.  This product does not waste water.  This product does not have a drain.  This product does not require electricity.  This product does not require any maintenance.  

Installation fee: $225 on a loop.  If your home is not equipped with a loop we can provide you with an estimate to install a water loop. 

The monthly fee is $70/month plus tax

Service required: none.  Boyett’s will exchange this equipment free of charge every 5 years at no charge.

Our lead filter will remove all the lead from your water. 

Lead is present in these water supplies:

The city of Phoenix. 1

City of Mesa 2

City of Gilbert 3

City of Chandler 4

City of Queen Creek 5

City of Florence 6

City of San Tan Valley 7

City of Scottsdale 8

City of Cave Creek 9

City of Buckeye 10

City of Tempe 11

Health Effects of Exposures to Lead in Drinking Water

There is no safe level of lead in your drinking water.

 EPA has set the maximum contaminant level goal for lead in drinking water at zero because lead is a toxic metal that can be harmful to human health even at low exposure levels. Lead is persistent, and it can bioaccumulate in the body over time.

Boyett’s family whole house lead filter will remove the lead from your home or business – by 100%.

Young children, infants, and fetuses are particularly vulnerable to lead because the physical and behavioral effects of lead occur at lower exposure levels in children: low levels of exposure have been linked to damage to the central and peripheral nervous system, learning disabilities, shorter stature, impaired hearing, and impaired formation and function of blood cells.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that public health actions be initiated when the level of lead in a child’s blood is 3.5 micrograms per deciliter (µg/dL) or more

Even low levels of lead in the blood of children can result in:

  • Behavior and learning problems
  • Lower IQ and hyperactivity
  • Slowed growth
  • Hearing problems
  • Anemia

In rare cases, ingestion of lead can cause seizures, coma, and even death.

Pregnant Women

Lead can accumulate in our bodies over time, where it is stored in bones along with calcium. During pregnancy, lead is released from bones as maternal calcium and is used to help form the bones of the fetus. This is particularly true if a woman does not have enough dietary calcium. Lead can also cross the placental barrier exposing the fetus to lead. This can result in serious effects on the mother and her developing fetus, including:

  • Reduced growth of the fetus
  • Premature birth


Lead is also harmful to adults. Adults exposed to lead can suffer from:

  • Cardiovascular effects increased blood pressure and incidence of hypertension
  • Decreased kidney function
  • Reproductive problems (in both men and women)

The reason Boyett’s family water treatment developed the whole house lead filter:

We drink water out of every faucet in our homes.  We use this water to brush our teeth; shower and bathe.  All your faucets should be free from the lead so you can enjoy a happier live longer life.

Here are the media that we utilize in tank one:

We place 8 pounds of kdf 55 cubes in one tank.

How KDF 55

Process Medium Works

KDF 55 Process Medium is a high-purity

copper-zinc alloy. When used in a water

treatment unit, it undergoes a

chemical process is known as redox.

Redox is short for oxidation-reduction,

which is a chemical reaction where

electrons are transferred between

molecules. In some cases, such as free

chlorine, this transfer results in the

formation of benign substances, such

as chloride in this case, which then

passes through the filter. In a similar

way, copper, lead, mercury, and other

heavy metals react to plate out onto

the medium’s surface effectively-being

removed from the water supply.

KDF 55 Process Medium is so effective

that it removes up to 98% of inorganic

water-soluble heavy metals that are a

concern to many public health officials

and many consumers.

In addition, KDF 55 Process Medium

controls microorganisms and reduces

limescale in problem areas like

showers and tubs. KDF 55 Process

Medium even changes waterborne

calcium molecules that inhibit scale

buildup and improves the taste of some

of your favorite beverages.

Ahead Of The Carbon,

Ahead Of The Game

KDF 55 Process Medium is the ideal

a complement to GAC. Because GAC

removes chlorine by surface chemistry,

it actually fosters bacterial growth. But,

unlike carbon, KDF 55 Process Medium

is truly bacteriostatic. The electrolytic

field created by the redox process is

an environment deadly to some

microorganisms; it also creates

hydroxyl radicals and hydrogen

peroxides that interfere with the

the ability of some other microorganisms

to function.

KDF process media act as catalysts to change soluble ferrous cation into insoluble ferric hydroxide.

KDF process media converts hydrogen sulfide to insoluble sulfide.

Here are the media that we utilize in tank two:

Granular activated carbon is made from raw organic materials that are high in carbon. Heat is used to activate the surface area of the carbon, removing certain chemicals dissolved in water as they pass through a filter containing granular activated carbon.

This makes your water taste better and protects your skin from the high chlorine levels in AZ h2o.


The use of granular activated carbon (GAC) for water purification became common around the start of the 20th century (1906) when the “activation” process was applied to charcoal (which had been used for centuries). Thermal activation of charcoal greatly improves its pore volume, surface area, and structure making it a superb workhorse for water treatment. The Adsorption Concept A clean carbon surface is oleophilic, meaning “oil-loving” and the opposite of hydrophilic or “water loving”. It has a strong attraction for organic compounds and other non-polar contaminants and adsorbs them onto the carbon surface where they are held by van der Waals forces. Adsorption is the primary mechanism by which GAC works and the primary reason it is widely used to reduce undesirable taste, odor and color and to improve the safety of drinking water by also effectively removing common disinfection byproducts (THMs), organic contaminants like chlorinated solvents and other industrial pollutants, pesticides, and select heavy metals such as lead and mercury. , Modern GAC products are made from coconut shell, coal, wood, lignite and/or petroleum products. The selection of carbon sources is often driven by the contaminant reduction performance targeted by the manufacturer. GAC Structure Each carbon source produces a GAC with a unique pore structure consisting of micro-pores, mesopores and macro-pores. Micro-pores are very small—often smaller than a typical molecule (5-1000 Angstroms). An Angstrom (Ȧ) is 1/10,000,000 of a millimeter. As an illustration, the period at the end of this sentence is about 5,000,000 Ȧ. Coconut shell carbons tend to have a higher percentage of micro-pores making it a good choice for small organics and disinfection byproducts. Wood carbons have more macro-pores making them better for de-colorization and removal of larger organics. Coal bases give an intermediate pore structure making them a good choice for general-purpose organic reduction. GAC’s capacity for organic removal is derived from its very high surface area. A single gram of GAC can have a surface area exceeding 1000 m2 . A pound of carbon has more than 35 acres of surface— almost 100 football fields. It is not possible to utilize the complete surface area of GAC nor is it necessary. If you were to load a one molecule thick, filmed layer of an organic onto the entire surface of GAC, you would have only loaded about 6.25 ml of liquid~~ about 1/4 teaspoon per pound. But since the organic is soluble in itself, the film thickens and the adsorbed weight increases. With systems in GRANULAR ACTIVATED CARBON (GAC) FACT SHEET International Headquarters & Laboratory Phone 630 505 0160 WWW.WQA.ORG A not-for-profit organization WQA Technical Fact Sheet series and running to saturation (outlet contaminant level equals inlet level) it is possible to load as much as 0.1 lbs or 45 ml on a volumetric basis per pound of GAC. GAC Properties Accessibility to the adsorption sites within the GAC pore structure and surface area available is key. This is a function of (1) the degree of activation of the carbon base for providing the pathways. The degree of activation is measured by its carbon tetrachloride number (CTC). A value of 50 or more is considered good for water treatment. And (2) the relative surface area of the carbon measured by Iodine Number (Io N) which for potable water treatment should be in the range of 900-1050. An important consideration in selecting a GAC product is its Abrasion Number. (AN) This is a relative measure of the media’s ability to withstand abrasion (or size reduction) when physically tumbled (such as during backwashing). Shell carbons have the highest abrasion resistance at about 90 AN. Coal bases are average at about 70 AN. Ratings below 70 may not hold up well to vigorous backwashing. The mesh size of a particular GAC may not affect its ultimate adsorptive performance but it does ). An 8×30 mesh carbon is approximately 2mm in diameter. A 12×40 measures about 1mm and a 20×50 mesh is about use shallower beds. The rate of reaction of a 12×40 mesh is twice that of an 8×30 mesh of the same product and a 20×50 mesh is twice as fast as the 12×40. Deep beds (6-10 ft deep) might choose the 8×30 product. Cartridges would use a 20×50 and most general purpose applications should consider the 12×40 mesh. Water is an excellent solvent for small amounts of just about everything including organic solvents. The forces by which water holds an organic in solution are quite strong. In order for GAC to pull an organic from solution, the forces of attraction must be stronger than the forces of solubilization. Factors that enhance organic adsorption onto GAC are: lower pH (organics are more soluble at higher pH), slower flow-measured in minutes of empty bed contact time (EBCT), relative molecular weight (MW) and solubility of the organic. Low MW alcohols such as methanol and ethanol for instance are very soluble in water and not removed by GAC. Although organics are generally less soluble in colder water, temperature also impacts the mobility (transport) of the contaminant into the pores. Therefore, cold water may actually inhibit the removal of that contaminant. Furthermore, some organics are volatile and can be desorbed (released) from the GAC in hot water. For those instances, using a hot water source to backwash the GAC will actually do a partial regeneration on it. Color bodies such as tannins are high MW organics that can be removed by GAC. However, a proper product must be selected to have the right pore structure for the task at hand. Wood-based GAC products have a long history of use for de-colorization. WQA Technical Fact Sheet Flow Considerations

De-chlorination A second very important property of GAC is its ability to catalytically reduce chlorine from an oxidizer (NaOCl) to a salt (NaCl) by taking away the reactive oxygen. This is a very fast reaction requiring an EBCT of only 30-40 seconds. A 10 inch cartridge with a flow of 0.5 gpm is about 25 seconds EBCT and can remove 95% of incoming chlorine for 2500 gallons. A cubic foot of the same GAC flowing at 5 gpm (EBCT = 1.5 minutes) can do the same job for 1,000,000 gallons. A cubic foot of GAC can make about 40 cartridges (with an implied capacity of 40×2500 = 100,000 gallons). The difference is in the longer EBCT allows the GAC to work better for a longer time because the longer EBCT allows more of the GAC to take part in the process. More communities are switching from chlorine to chloramine (usually NH2Cl, the mono-chloramine) as a means of reducing the tendency for chlorine to form THMs when used as the primary disinfectant. The deactivation of chloramine can be accomplished with GAC but the filter has to be sized about four times the size of a regular GAC filter used for chlorine. To increase the EBCT, filter units can be strung in series. Catalytic carbon, which has an oxidizing capability is more effective for chloramine reduction with EBCTs of about 5 minutes. WQA Technical Fact Sheet Activated Carbon for Radon Removal Radon (Symbol Rn) is a radioactive gas that does not impart taste or odor to the water. It stems from the natural decay of uranium to radium and radium to radon (radon is known to increase the risk of lung cancer when inhaled). Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the US today. To a lesser extent, ingestion of radon-contaminated water can lead to an increased risk of stomach cancer. Radon in drinking water is not federally regulated, although EPA has a longstanding proposal for an MCL of 300 pCi/L, or an alternative MCL of 4000 pCi/L. However, limits in drinking water vary by state and range from 300 to 20,000 pCi/L. GACs radon reduction performance will be dependent on carbon source, bed design, radon loading, and to some extent water chemistry. Radon performance is driven by the establishment of a steady-state rate constant (Kss) where the adsorption and subsequent decay to radon daughters come into equilibrium with the radon being loaded from the influent water. GAC has been shown to achieve a greater than 90% reduction of radon from treated drinking water. However, for POE, or small system applications the EPA suggests using this technique only when the radon content is < < 5000 pCi/L to ensure that there are no excessive gamma emissions from the carbon and to limit the buildup of long-lived radionuclides (ie. 210lead) which can create handling and disposal concerns. It is recommended that media should be replaced at least on an annual basis. The US EPA Carb dose program can be used to calculate anticipated radon progeny activity at end of media life. Ion exchange pretreatment or backwashing can be used to prevent fouling of the media. At low influent radon activities (< 5000 pCi/L), EPA considers GAC to be a preferred treatment technology for POE, provided that the water being treated does not contain long-lived radionuclides. At higher influent levels (> 5000 pCi/L) aeration techniques are preferred. NSF/ANSI Standard 53 includes a test protocol for evaluating radon reduction for POU devices. The protocol limits use to influent levels of radon below 4000 pCi/L and require a minimum 90 % reduction of radon in the treated water. The Standard also limits filter life to one year.

If this media is not exchanged every five years – microbiological contamination of the drinking water may occur.  We exchange both tanks every five years at no charge.  12

Why should you rent this unit rather than buy this unit:

By renting this unit you will save $11,435.44 over 10 years.

The lead removal filter media must be replaced every 5 years to remain effective.

Our second tank contains granular activated carbon ‘to remove other bad tastes and odors and chlorine.  If this filter media is not changed every five years – this will cause microbiological contamination of your drinking water. 12

Our equipment is electronically date coded with an electronic tickler process developed by a Nevada computer company that is tenaciously followed by the Boyett’s family four-step follow-up process to make sure this free exchange occurs. 13

The added advantage to utilizing this method of whole house water treatment:

This product contains water softening qualities

This product is easy to install at the point of entry of your home (to capture all your water).

You can water your plants and vegetation with this water.

This product will make your skin feel better and make your water taste better (and more healthy to drink).












most recent available ‘2019’ ; this is interesting to me – why not more recent.









637619519359500000 (buckeyeaz.gov)





13 document the four-step process


According to our media representative (this media has water softening characteristics).

Basic Information about Lead in Drinking Water | US EPA



Your critters and people are really going to love this whole house lead filter.

Made in Mesa, AZ by Boyett’s family water treatment

Please call us to schedule a consultation or installation.

Respectfully, Hayden Boyett


office: (480) 969-7251

Cell: (602) 291-4157 ‘text to chat’


Here is a confession:

For the making of the new lead filter brochure, I was contemplating utilizing this picture

I’m fortunate to be surrounded by people I trust and whom I love much.  They said no and we utilized this picture:

Our promise to you is we will continue to keep searching for useful water treatment products that will improve the usefulness of our AZ H2O.

Thank you for reading my blog.  Your loyalty and trust in us is the most important ingredient.   Respectfully, Hayden Boyett

BTW we are also working to develop an arsenic removal filter.  Arsenic is a naturally occurring mineral that is detrimental to our health.  Is there arsenic in our AZ H2O?

Our dream is that our whole house; waste-free filters and concept (exchange these on a regular basis; to prevent microbiological contamination of your water – to keep them fresh and contamination-free) will be in everyone’s apartment, home, mobile home ‘shelter’ in the world.  It will be necessary.   We have been conditioned to believe that our water is safe to drink.  It is not; it must be filtered by a reliable whole house filter ‘that goes to every faucet’.  We will always have one for you.

Will drinking water from a steel pipe (City of Phoenix and the CAP canal) cause Heavy metal toxicity (harmful to our health)


Water is a perfect dissolvent.  Whatever water comes into contact it dissolves and an amalgamation forms.

In an article:

Water is called the “universal solvent” because it is capable of dissolving more substances than any other liquid. This is important to every living thing on earth. It means that wherever water goes, either through the air, the ground, or through our bodies, it takes along valuable chemicals, minerals, and nutrients.

It is water’s chemical composition and physical attributes that make it such an excellent solvent. Water molecules have a polar arrangement of oxygen and hydrogen atoms—one side (hydrogen) has a positive electrical charge and the other side (oxygen) had a negative charge. This allows the water molecule to become attracted to many other different types of molecules. Water can become so heavily attracted to a different compound, like salt (NaCl), that it can disrupt the attractive forces that hold the sodium and chloride in the salt compound together and, thus, dissolve it.

The exposure of heavy metals to humans involves various diverse forms through food and water consumption, inhalation of polluted air, skin contact, and most important occupational exposure at the workplace. Though some heavy metals such as iron and manganese are essential for certain biochemical and physiological activities in the body, elevated levels in the body can have delirious health effects. Most of the other heavy metals are generally toxic to the body at a very low level. The main mechanism of heavy metal toxicity includes the generation of free radicals to cause oxidative stress, damage of biological molecules such as enzymes, proteins, lipids, and nucleic acids, and damage of DNA which is key to carcinogenesis as well as neurotoxicity. Some of the heavy metal toxicity could be acute while others could be chronic after long-term exposure which may lead to the damage of several organs in the body such as the brain, lungs, liver, and kidney causing diseases in the body.

There are two sources of water from which our drinking water flow that travels through steel pipes (the CAP and the new 280-million dollar pipeline from the City of Phoenix).  We love our founding city water fathers and mothers; our message is this:

You get the water to the destination and we will affordably clean it for drinkability and to make this water use in the house. 

This is an effective product to make the water safe (removes all the metal toxicity):

What about lead in our water (can this be caused by our pipes)?

Testing for lead involves turning on the tap and collecting a sample. Currently, federal regulations require sampling the first liter of water out of the tap. The new rule under review would leave the tap on longer to collect the fifth liter. Instead of water sitting near the faucet, the change is intended to test water that sits in the lead service lines that connect buildings to water mains.

The new approach is part of the Trump administration’s overhaul of a rule that regulates lead and copper in drinking water. Under the revamped rule, utilities with lead service lines would also have to confirm a building is served by lead lines before including it in sampling pools. When tests show lead levels at 10 parts per billion, the rule would require systems to address corrosion control, a treatment that helps prevent lead in pipes from seeping into the water. Water systems must take actions — such as replacing lead service lines — at 15 ppb.

The new rule was set to be implemented in early 2024, but the Biden administration delayed it to conduct a review after advocacy groups said it should require faster and more complete replacement of lead service lines.

Is a small amount of lead in our water harmful?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says no amount of lead in drinking water is considered safe. Young children are especially vulnerable since exposure can slow their cognitive development and cause other health problems. Elin Warn Betanzo of Safe Water Engineering, a consulting firm, said water systems may have limited information on safety because of their sampling methods.

Does the City of Phoenix metro water contain lead?


The current testing protocol requires a lead test be conducted at the person’s home (not at the city water distribution line).  We love our city founders of water.  We feel that we can help with this lead problem.

This is a product that will remove lead from your water:

Here is another product that can reduce the lead in your drinking water:

If everyone in Flint Michigan would have had both of these products; there will be no lead problem in their home. 

AZH2O.COM can cure your eczema.

Based upon a United Kingdom health study found that soft water can cure eczema.

The salt in our products will heal your skin.

Here is our AZH2O.COM product that will cure your eczema:


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Won’t you please contact us to see if we can help you have a more wonderful water life?

Respectfully, Brian Hayden Boyett

Cell ‘text is best’ 602.291.4157

Office 480.969.7251

A principle of kaizen in which I am studying has always been used here (it is alive and well).  Gary has identified a way to improve our portable exchange regeneration process by moving this sediment filter housing.  The current location is making a mess and is not ergonomically efficient for him to change this filter. 

This is the old location of the sediment filter (It is in a tight place; when Gary replaced this – he was doused in salty water).

I was impressed to see this process of improvement and installation take place.

Troy coordinated the effort and developed the process to take this action (moving the sediment filter to a more efficient place).

Johnny is the right man to have on an important job like this.

Our 34-year veteran Tom was another useful pair of hands needed to get this important work completed.

This important improvement was accomplished by the great teamwork of Troy, Tom, and Johnny.  I am very grateful to you for making our regeneration process more efficient.  You will help us to live another day by improving the quality of our customers all the time.

Here is something I would like to mention about our music group: the most interesting people I know are found here.

Harold has built a wooden whisky box and placed a fiddle inside it.  I played this and it sounds great.  I am impressed.

Howard (the banjo man) comes to our music group to learn the fiddle.  Because he loves to learn the fiddle; I now get to learn the banjo from him.  If Howard did not love the fiddle; I would never have had the opportunity to learn the banjo (because of time constraints).  It is a win-win.

This is a short story about inventing a new water treatment product with our musical friends.

Because Roy (an engineer who specialized in manufacturing and designing electronic testing equipment); and Marty (who designs satellites and remote communication equipment; he has also contributed to our new technology to keep our technicians cooler in the summer ‘cooling vests’) love to play music we are inventing a new style reverse osmosis leak control device (if moisture is detected near your RO unit – this device ‘push valve’ when turning the water off to your unit).  I am humbled and amazed at this opportunity.  I’ll keep you informed of our progress.  I have always wanted to be part of the design and manufacturing process of an important product and service.  If it was not for Howard loving to learn the fiddle (I would not have had this opportunity to learn the banjo; he also contributed to our ‘cooling vests to keep our technicians more comfortable in the heat’).  If it was not for Roy and Marty to love to play music (I will not have had this opportunity to develop a device to protect your home from a reverse osmosis leak).  Oh, the story is so much deeper and more interesting than I am revealing.

It is said that Benjamin Franklin had a group of friends he called his Junto Club (also known as his Leather Apron Club).  This group of friends was made up of tradesmen and artisans who met and discussed many topics.  I feel this collection of friends to me represents the same opportunity to solve and develop ideas to accomplish great tasks and breach many problems.



Sabastian does a great job making sure our equipment is well maintained.

After so many years we are replacing this old awning.  The right people are involved to get it done the right way – the first time.  Robert Munoz fence company has accepted this challenge.  This is a big job.  We love Robert’s work and I realize his work will last a long time.  This is exactly what we need (people who love their work and give us a great results).

We have identified there is some plumbing that needs to be upgraded.  We have the proper talent to take action and fix it.  If we don’t make it better every day; we will not survive.  If we don’t have the proper staff who care and show their skill – we will not survive (and we won’t achieve the proper result).  Our staff cares and performs their work with great pride and expertise for our water treatment in phoenix az; reverse osmosis service in phoenix az; soft water service in phoenix az;  whole house water filter in phoenix az; whole house water filtration company in phoenix az

Showing our American love with our patriotic portable exchange tank delivery cart.  These are two of the finest water treatment technicians in the entire world.

At our safety meeting today (12.02.21 at 7 AM); when it was my turn to talk I thanked our great staff for the ingenuity and creativity they apply to all of their work.   At 12:18 AM I received this picture from the job that Tom performed at Valley-Wide Plastering (to fill their jugs with delicious water). Tom installed the water faucet on the bar stool for maneuverability and for functionality.  I love it (a great example of Tom’s inventiveness and originality).  Because of Tom’s desire to listen and meet our client’s needs – we are still in business after 54 years (Tom has been here 34 years of it).

We are going to begin to test the pH of the water advertising (pH Balanced).  Are they a higher pH than reverse osmosis water?

No, this water is not a higher pH than reverse osmosis water.

This water is slightly acidic.  According to current health information; it is better to drink water that has a higher pH (at least 8 pH or higher).  This water shows 6 pH (7 is neutral).  6 pH is considered acidic water.

According to relevant health information: drinking acidic water is very unhealthy.

The above picture is water that was taken from my water bottle (from our +Mg+pH+h2o reverse osmosis unit).  Our water shows to read 8 pH.

We have an indication that when the water sits; the pH will dissipate.

The above water is above 8 pH and it is taken directly from one of our +Mg+pH+h2o+ro units.

Picture of Boppi Hayden (my grandfather) and Roberta Jean Hayden (my mother and founder of our company)

They called him Bobbi.

I, unfortunately, did not get to meet him.

His legacy still resonates in my heart and soul today.

He was a renaissance man who cared for and loved people.

His mother and father were the third settlers in Scottsdale, AZ.  Hayden Road was named after them.  Bobbi was my grandfather.  He was a farmer, horse racer; a great father; Semi-pro baseball player

Businessman; Great American citizen; a great Christian; Husband.  I wish I had spent time with him.

Boppi ‘Wilford Hayden’ sat on the board of the Salt River Project; helping to develop the structure for a sustainable water source for the future citizens and farmers.



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Won’t you give us a chance to serve you?

Respectfully, Hayden Boyett


c 602.291.4157 ‘text to talk’

office (480) 969-7251