Monday, February 11, 2013

The Just Water Ceramic Drip Filter - Clean Water the Easy Way

The folks at water.org say that 3.4 million people die every year from water related diseases...that is almost as many people as live in the city of Los Angeles! In addition, 780 million people do not have access to clean water--lack of access to clean water and sanitation kills children at a rate equivalent of a jumbo jet crashing every four hours.

Water infographic from water.org

"THEY say the world has become too complex for simple answers. They are wrong."
                                                                                                                             ~Ronald Reagan


Agreed! We need to get the word out about the Just Water Ceramic Drip Filter! At a very low cost, people around the world can have clean drinking water. It is a simple, elegant solution available from MDI's Monolithic Marketplace.

According to The Monolithic Dome Institute, "This water filter cleans water of virtually every known bacteria and virus. That means that virtually any water – whether from a pond, ditch or gutter – can be run through this filter and safely consumed."

Following is a detailed video showing how this water filter works:

Here’s how it works (from MDI):
The filter is mounted into a bucket that can be purchased anywhere. Water is poured into the bucket. From there it drips through cleanly into whatever container you want, usually another bucket that has a spigot.

The Just Water Filter has a cloth filter that fits over it and stops moss, mud and any other unwanted that might be in the water. That cloth filter can be cleaned quickly and should be cleaned often as it protects the ceramic filter from becoming plugged.

Over time, the ceramic filter will need cleaning – a simple process done by rubbing it with a green Scotch Brite™ pad. (You may also use a bleach/water solution. Do not use soap.)
It's as simple as that!
Water Filtration infographic from monolithic.com

Here is one more video showing in detail how the filter works. It is really simple and amazing! By the way, I have one. It really is one of the coolest things I own.

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