ZeroWater Launches Water Filtration Bottle
Saturday March 2nd, 2013 - 2:03PM
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Zero Technologies has launched a personal on-the-go water filtration bottle that features the company’s patented 5-stage dual ion exchange tap water filter technology. The new portable 30-ounce water filtration bottle is launching at the Housewares Show in Chicago.
The portable filtration BPA-free bottle contains ZeroWater’s 5-stage filtration system that is found in its pitchers and dispensers, which is said to remove 99.6% of dissolved solids from tap water. The new portable bottle will deliver filtered water comparable to purified bottled water, with a 000 ppm reading, according to ZeroWater.
“Our new personal filtration bottle combines a truly high-performance water filter with a sleek-looking and ergonomic design to provide pure-tasting water that is free of dissolved solids anywhere you go,” said Doug Kellam, CEO of ZeroWater.
ZeroWater’s filtration bottle also features a filter replacement indicator, a color change window, that signals when the filter needs changing. The need to replace is based on actual water quality, as opposed to time-based indicators. It also features a 3-position lid design to allow the customer to fill, seal and drink from the bottle without ever removing the cap, and a twist and flip straw.
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