Clear Rain is a device that allows you to filter rain effectively and efficiently and allows you to attach hosing to take the cleaned rain to where it is needed, for a pool, pond or any form of water storage.
Articles tagged with ‘water filtering’
The Hydropal Filter Water Bottle is a simple idea that could have a large impact on both your wallet and the planet. The bottle filters water so you can fill it from any tap and get that fresher filtered water taste at any time.
With the move towards using fewer plastic bottles, we’re encouraged to be drinking a lot more tap water. Although tap water in Europe and North America is perfectly safe to drink, some connoisseurs of drinking water don’t like the after-taste of tap water. The Zuvo Water Purator offers a 5-step filtration process using a combination of UV light, Ozone and filtration to remove most of the impurities that remain in tap water. (more…)
A simple and effective way of sterilizing water is to bubble ozone through the water. Ozone (O3) is a form of Oxygen gas made from 3 Oxygen molecules. Ozone is a pretty strong oxidising agent, producing insoluble oxides from chemicals and minerals in water (which can then be filtered out). When it comes to organisms, ozone will breakdown a significant part of the cellular structure, rendering them harmless. This means Ozone can be used as part of the water purification process. (more…)
Petra Wadstrom is a Swedish inventor has developed a solar-powered water purifier that could provide billions of the world’s poorest people with access to clean and disease-free drinking water. The purifier treats 10 litres of water at once, all within a compact case. The cost of the unit is to be set at around just $35, which would make it very affordable for many aid agencies. (more…)
The SteriPEN is an eco-friendly gadget ideal if you’re travelling to areas with typically unsafe drinking water. The SteriPEN will allow you to refill your water bottles (rather than buy bottles from a shop) and ensure the water is safe before you drink it. The pen uses shortwave ultraviolet light which damages the DNA of bacteria, viruses and protozoa, rendering them harmless. (more…)