"Good water, good coffee." The Multipure booth features a team of baristas sharing free cups of coffee made with Multipure-filtered water to put proof in hand of their filter quality. American company Multipure exhibited their drinking water filtration technology at the China International Import Expo (CIIE). First participated in the CIIE in 2019, this is the second time for Multipure to attend the expo, and it will continue to join the coming session of CIIE in 2021. These activities ...[READ MORE]
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You’re out camping and running low on water, and you see a clear-looking stream that looks appealing. Before you dip your cup into that water, though, you might ask yourself if it is worth getting sick over. Unless you’re prepared to filter or purify that water, you might pay later for every sip you take. We’ll teach you a few ways to ensure the water you’re drinking in the wilderness doesn’t do your body more harm than good. READ MORE...
“2020 Water Ionizer of the Year“ 20 Reasons Why Tyent Leads the Industry Largest Plate Surface Area in the Industry Our 9-plate and 11 plate Turbo units have the largest, thickest and highest-quality plates in the industry. Larger plates mean greater alkaline and acidic water capabilities and stronger pH, which makes Tyent the leader in producing the strongest negative ORP available on the market. Our medical grade, strengthened titanium plates are dipped multiple times in the ...[READ MORE]
It’s great when consumers take responsibility for using less plastic, and for cleaning up plastic waste in their communities. But wouldn’t it be better if the corporations that put all that plastic into the marketplace and environment had to take responsibility for cleaning it up? TAKE ACTION! Tell Congress to Hold Plastic Polluters Accountable by Supporting the Break Free From Plastic Pollution Act of 2020! Plastic waste—most of it from single-use processed food and drink ...[READ MORE]
The Great Culling our WATER, explores the designed plan of "Maintaining humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature." This is the first commandment of the Georgia Guidestones and one can't help but ask, Is the Great Culling being carried out now? The Great Culling educates on the major health risks associated with these toxic substances and more importantly the best ways to avoid them and effectively remove them from your system.
After the shocking wake-up call of the documentary Blue Planet, more and more people are waking up to the unsustainable way humans are living. In fact, 97% of climate scientists agree we are facing a global warming emergency. But there’s hope for our planet. If we all do our part to make ourselves a little bit greener, then we can drastically reduce the issues our planet is facing. In this post, you’ll discover some easy swaps to eco-friendly products you can make today to do your part. READ ...[READ MORE]
Are you concerned about lead in your drinking water? Multipure provides NSF certified water filter systems that help remove lead from your water. What Is Lead? Lead is a metallic element that can make its way into groundwater when that water is contaminated by metallurgical or industrial waste. Lead can also make its way into drinking water when the lead solder that connects copper pipes in your plumbing system corrodes. How Does Multipure Protect You From Lead? Activated carbon ...[READ MORE]
Norwegian Cruise Line will eliminate single-use plastic bottles from its fleet. Norwegian Cruise Line is the latest business to get on board with reducing its environmental impact. The company announced a plan on Wednesday to eliminate single-use plastic bottles on its ships by January 1, 2020. Norwegian said it will replace more than 6 million single-use plastic bottles per year, starting with the Norwegian Encore, the cruise line's newest ship, which launches in November. "While we ...[READ MORE]
Nestlé Waters North America has requested a permit allowing it to pump up to 1.152 million gallons of water a day from the springs for bottling. Nestlé pays nothing for the water. A request by the Nestlé food company for a new permit to withdraw water from Ginnie Springs in Gilchrist County has led to a raft of questions from the Suwannee River Water Management District and opposition from environmentalists. Nestlé Waters North America has requested a ...[READ MORE]