One Touch Water, an online home water filter retailer, discusses the scarcity of drinking water across the globe.
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One Touch Water, an online bottleless home water filter distributor, wants all current and potential customers to understand their intrinsic daily need for clean water, as well as nix myths about bottled water being a healthier choice. Because most of the water on the planet is not viable for consumption, the company, available online at http://www.OneTouchWater.com, hopes its home water purification will help people utilize and appreciate water that is easily accessible to them.
“One Touch Water understands the importance of keeping our bodies hydrated to be able to function at maximum capacity. The substance, which makes up the majority of both our bodies as well as the planet we live on, is actually far scarcer than we’d like to admit. 97% of the water on Earth is stored in the ocean and thus undrinkable. Of the 3% left, only 1% is actually safe for human consumption. Millions of people across the globe in third world countries lack access to clean water, while people in the U.S. waste countless dollars, on a daily basis, purchasing bottled water they could easily have gotten from the tap at home. One Touch Water anticipates that through the use of home water filtration, we’ll be able to save some of the world’s drinkable water for those in need,” said David Green, a spokesperson for the home water filter distributor.
Globally, 3.5 million people die from waterborne diseases and 884 million people lack sound access to sanitary water, let alone have the luxury of a home water purification device. The highest cause of illness among these people is the result of drinking water contaminated by fecal matter. Meanwhile, companies in the United States spend millions of dollars to bottle water, water that will then be sold for a high profit in the first world. The companies utilize 1.5 million barrels of oil in the U.S. alone to bottle and transport water, which mostly stays away from the people in third world countries who need it the most.
There has been much controversy, as of late, as to whether bottled water is actually healthier than tap water, water which consumers already pay for each month. CNN reported that nearly 25% of bottled water is, in fact, purified tap water. The process utilized in One Touch Water’s devices involves four intense filters that scrub the water coming into a home’s tap. Through the use of sediment removal, carbon filtration, UV light, and reverse osmosis, these home water filters are able to remove most contaminants found in U.S. tap water. This helps eliminate the superstition that bottled water is any healthier than that from the tap, and can potentially send some of that bottled water back to the third world countries that need it. Home water filtration will not end all of the world’s problems, but it may be able to scale them back.
To learn more about the company’s bottleless home water filters, visit One Touch Water online at http://www.OneTouchWater.com. To speak with a representative, dial 718-569-1020 x458. The company keeps an informative water blog located at http://www.OneTouchWater.com/blog. One Touch Water can also be liked on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/OneTouchWater or followed on Twitter at http://twitter.com/OneTouchWater.