First, let’s see how tap water is delivered to our homes...

An estimated 25,000 people die daily due to lack of water and or the consumption of contaminated water. Over 800 water-borne impurities have already been identitified and the number is still rising.

Many hazardous substances dissolved in water accumulate in our body and can cause long-term chronic diseases.

Even though water sewage disposal facilities purify polluted water, it is still not sage enouge to drink because the purified water is exposed to several types of pollution during the process of being distributed to homes.


Such contaminated water...

Water treated in sewage treatment plants is supplied to countless household through the water distribution network. By the time it is poured into a glass for consumption, water has passed through old, rusty pipelines and been mixed with many unhealthy remnants. Tap water is exposed to a variety of different sources of contamination and, therefore, is not safe for consumption.

“Chlorine is the greatest crippler and killer of modern times. While it prevented epidemics of one disease, it was creating another. Two decades ago, after the start of chlorinating our drinking water in 1904, the epidemic of heart trouble, cancer and senility began.” (J.M Price, MD, Saginaw Hospital)