Have you seen the Guardian’s Ethical & Green Innovations supplement from 12 September? It’s full of eco-secrets for your interiors, sustainable travel tips, seasonal eating suggestions and a green wardrobe makeover.
We’re on page 7 taking a look at the ethical alternative to bottled water – Pure H2O. That’s tap water purified of all contaminants by our unique under-sink Reverse Osmosis with DeIonisation purifier (RODI S), the world’s smartest drinking water system that gives 99.99% pure water, free of contaminants including pesticides, bacteria, chemicals, hormones and medications.
Unfortunately bottled water carries a heavy environmental burden, and tap water a) doesn’t taste great, especially if you live in a hard water area and b) may contain a whole range of impurities and contaminants.
Pure H2O is the clear alternative. Not only is it purer than all bottled water brands, guaranteed, it is the environmentally responsible choice; offering a 95+% carbon footprint reduction, zero food miles, reduced plastics use and waste, enabling you to instantly and permanently reduce your impact on the planet.
We also take a look at our brilliant multifunction Quatreau™ Tap, which gives instant Chilled and Sparkling water, so you can truly give up bottled water for good, as well as enjoy instant Boiling water – for the ultimate convenience.
Our Soft & Clean water conditioning systems eliminate hard water scale that destroys appliances, giving you financial savings due to reduced wear on taps, showers, washing machines and heating systems. Soft & Clean keeps your skin hydrated and lets you cut your shampoo, soap and detergent use by 50%.
“Stop just talking about it” says the Guardian – so if you’ve been thinking about turning away from resource-degrading bottled water to a sustainable, environmentally friendly solution, visit our new website now – you’ll find all the information you need about our range our water purification and softening systems and our range of multifunction taps – and you can now order online or if you would prefer to chat to a human being, just call our customer service team on 01483 617 000 or email email@example.com