myWater - Sustainable hydration while on-the-move.
MyWater hydration stations use nanofiltration to produce drinking water from any source of water. Reinventing public taps, this solution offers a new service for sustainable water consumption aiming at reducing the use of single-use plastic water bottles.
By using fast-flow nanofiber filters, myWater hydration stations capitalize on a technology originally developed by the NASA to provides safe water, free of chemicals or microplastic while being an extremely low maintenance and long-lasting technology. MyWater encourages people to refill their bottle at hydration stations instead of buying single-use plastic water bottles. Addressing both the lack of access to drinking water and the management of single-use plastic water bottle waste, myWater is a sustainable solution to supply public areas with a high concentration of people such as city centres, universities, airports and many more.
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