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Mother nature is brilliant at what she does – she enables the movement and transference of water from one place to another, for free. For centuries, people have consumed water from the land. Communities have settled near water, and villages and towns have sprung up as a result.
In the last century, both population growth and manufacturing demands have led to the pollution of water supplies. Many water sources are now filled with waste, agricultural run-off, as well as viruses such as Cholera, E-Coli, Typhoid, Hepatitis A and Tapeworm. All of these can be found living in the water sources we rely on to survive and can lead to serious health issues and possible death.
In the UK, and other developed countries, we rely on water being delivered straight to our kitchen or bathroom without a second thought as to how it got there. We turn on a tap, and it appears. But what happens to those who cannot consume the water from their taps, or who lack the infrastructure for such a process to take place? Without taps or a delivery system, boiling water or drinking contaminated water are the only real options.
LIFESAVER systems have the technology to filter these waterborne diseases and allow you to drink clean, sterile water in three simple steps: fill the LIFESAVER bottle or jerrycan, pump it 3 times and drink the water. It’s a simple solution that doesn’t rely on hundreds of millions of pounds spent on infrastructure replacement. There is no need for drilling or lengthy planning. LIFESAVER provides a simple solution, able to be shipped within 48hrs to those that need clean, sterile drinking water.
Water purification enables families and communities to stay in their homes; to remain in their communal unit and to stay healthy. LIFESAVER enables people to continue ‘living’ and for the children to be well, play and go to school.