Why Choose Pure H2O RODI Water?
This month we go back to basics and look at the 3 main reasons to choose Pure H2O RODI water.
TASTE: Let’s face it; tap water just doesn’t taste great in many areas of the UK. You might live in a hard water area or regularly get that strong chlorine taste.
Many people can’t believe how much they enjoy drinking water after switching to RODI pure. One customer even describes it as “almost sweet”. Finally, your kids might start drinking plain water!
Pure H2O RODI water preserves the purity of taste or your favourite tea or coffee, whether you prefer a builder’s brew or have a specialist leaf tea for preference.
HEALTH: Probably the most complex set of factors that lead people to choose RODI pure; some of our customers have chronic health conditions or know someone whose health has improved with pure water.
Many of you are into health and fitness and consider proper hydration with pure water the foundation of both, enabling your body and mind to function at their best, improving performance, wellbeing and your enjoyment of life.
Tap water may contains a myriad of impurities which may include pesticides and herbicides, medications, chemicals and pollutants. Why ask your body to deal with these, when it doesn’t have to? The RODI process gives 99.99% purity across the spectrum of impurities both man-made and naturally occurring.
ENVIRONMENT: From reducing the use, waste & recycling of plastics, reducing the degradation of natural resources, and reducing carbon footprint and food miles, RODI pure water is the environmentally responsible answer to bottled water. In fact, compared to drinking bottled water, it gives a 95+% reduction in carbon footprint.
All in all, Pure H2O RODI water is the right choice whether you care about purity of taste, your health or the environment – or all three.
We’d like to know YOUR reasons for drinking Pure H2O RODI water – would you take our quick online survey so we can get to know your priorites better?
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