Get Clean Water

The Real Dirt on Clean Water

Turn on your faucet. Notice anything about your water? It may look clean, but exactly how safe is it?

The truth is, chemicals that can be harmful to your health can actually turn up in the water your family drinks.  Chemicals such as pesticides, heavy metals, and industrial pollutants. What's more, up to 20% of human lead exposure comes from drinking water.


The good news is that cleaner, healthier water is just a pitcher away!

A fresh take on healthier water, Get Clean Water is a new multi-patented water filtration system. Unlike other water pitchers, Get Clean Water uses a solid block of carbon to clean your water, reducing some pretty nasty contaminants-including up to 99 percent of lead.

Get Clean Water is the first pitcher to use a refillable carbon-block filter system so there's less plastic to throw away. And it filters 80 gallons of water per filter-twice as much as BritaŽ and PURŽ.

Cleaner, healthier water and a cleaner, healthier planet?

We can all drink to that!

Get Clean Water Starter Pack
Beats Leading Brands!
ˇCertified to reduce lead (BritaŽ and PURŽ are not!3)
ˇCertified to filter 80 gallons-twice as much as BritaŽ and PURŽ2
ˇFirst-ever pitcher with refillable carbon-block filter system
The Smart Choice!
ˇCosts only pennies a gallon
ˇFirst automatic pitcher meter that shows gallons filtered
ˇHealthy great-tasting water
Get Clean Water 365 Days 
Get Clean Water is available today!  Like the other products in the Get Clean Line, Get Clean Water is Safe, Powerful, Green and Smart.
There are several product packs to choose from.  Visit my website to learn more.
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Did You Know ?

An Environmental Working Group (EWG) study found a total of 316

contaminants, including 97 agricultural and 204 industrial contaminants,

in the tap water of 45 states. More than half of the contaminants detected

have no drinking-water safety standards.

According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, public water

utilities have violated the Safe Drinking Water Act more than 700,000

times in the past seven years.

Unlike public water utilities, the bottled water industry is not required to

publicly disclose the results of any contaminant testing it conducts.

Bottled water may not be contaminant free. The EWG found a total of 38

contaminants in the water of 10 popular brands.

In 2007, 8.8 billion gallons of bottled water were consumed in

the US.

In 2007, 1.64 million tons of bottled water packaging materials were

produced in the U.S.; only 34% of those materials were recycled.

According to the U.S. Conference of Mayors' resolution, it takes 1.5 million

barrels of oil every year to facilitate the production of water bottles

made for use in the U.S. That's enough oil to power 50,000 cars for a year.