Water Filter Cartridge Replacement Distribution
It may not be time now, but you need to prepare to change your water filter cartridge soon! Water filter cartridge distribution, both Brita® and Pur,
will be distributed at Genesee County Community Action Resource Department (GCCARD) offices beginning Wednesday, November 4 from 9:00am to 4:00pm at its two locations; 601 N. Saginaw Street, Suite A, Flint and 2727 Lippincott Blvd, Flint. To determine whether it is time to change your water filter cartridge, you first need to know if you own a Brita or Pur water filter system.
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is distributing Brita filter cartridges to current MDHHS clients and Flint residents at four
locations. Current MDHHS clients are encouraged to visit either the 125 E. Union St. or 4809 Clio Road MDHHS office location to obtain a free replacement
cartridge. Residents who are not currently enrolled in MDHHS assistance programs should visit the Genesee County Community Action Resource Department offices located at 2727 Lippincott and 601 North Saginaw in Flint. Water filter cartridge distribution, both Brita® and Pur . . . 601 N. Saginaw Street, Suite A, Flint and 2727 Lippincott Blvd, Flint.
Staff will be onsite at all four locations from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, to distribute the replacements and assist residents who
have questions about proper installation. MDHHS has also posted an instructional video on the MDHHS YouTube channel to help residents properly
install water filters, and to demonstrate how to replace the original filter when it expires.
If you own a Pur water filter system, it will remind you to change your filter cartridge through its built in blinking light system. When you see a
yellow blinking light on your Pur water filter system, it is warning you to prepare to change your filter cartridge. When a red blinking light appears, it
means you need to change your water filter cartridge now! To learn how to change your water filter cartridge, please refer to the directions that came
with your water filter system, or refer to Pur’s YouTube channel, or go to your local Home Depot for assistance.
If you own a Brita water filter system, it will remind you to change your filter cartridge through its built in light indicator. When the red light appears
on your Brita faucet water filter system it is time to change the filter cartridge now! To learn more about your Brita replacement cartridge, please review
the installation information included in your original Brita product box. For future cartridge distribution sites and information, please contact 2-
1-1 or go to Genesee County Health Department’s website: gchd.us, Facebook, and Twitter. Genesee County Health Department, “Better Life
Through Better Health.