QNET HomePure World Water Day 2020

As we celebrate World Water Day 2020, we reflect on this year’s theme of water and climate change, and how the two are linked. As we move towards adopting Sustainability 101 friendly lifestyles, it’s only right to think of all the ways in which we can reduce our impact (read: negative!) on the environment. With climate change being more and more of an obvious threat, investing in a HomePure Nova is one way to keep your earth-minded sentiments strong and active.

The Relationship Between Climate Change And Our Water

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As climate change shifts weather patterns across the globe, it alters the normal balance of water bodies and their ecosystems, especially the world’s freshwater resources. This means that as the years go by, your water quality is steadily going to degrade. Currently, there are over 2,100 known toxins that may be contaminating our tap water- some being toxic enough to lead to serious illnesses. The only way to protect ourselves and ensure that our water is free of contaminants is by taking measures to purify it.

The extreme weather events of the last few decades have also made water more scarce and more polluted. This has created an unprecedented and growing demand for water. Adapting to the unpredictable water situation caused by climate change is of utmost importance to our health, and will help save lives. In addition, using water more efficiently will reduce greenhouse gases, which in turn will help reduce the negative effects of global warming. It is therefore critical to look for energy-efficient water solutions as soon as possible.

The HomePure Nova Solution

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As a green consumer, our number one priority should be securing clean and safe drinking water for our friends and family in a sustainable way. That’s where the HomePure Nova comes in. Not only does it help you with your plastic-free goals by reducing the need for plastic water bottles, but you are also protected by a certified water filter like no other! So this World Water Day 2020, why not treat yourself to one?

HomePure Nova also does not require electricity to operate, and does not generate wastewater like other water filter technologies.

With HomePure Nova’s 9 stages of filtration with 35+ Ultratech Filter Technology, 99.9999% of bacteria and 99.99% of viruses are removed while destroying microorganisms 300% smaller than the width of a human hair, and has a lifespan of up to 5,000 litres. You’ll get the best value for your money as you can sleep easy knowing that your family will get the best water quality.

HomePure Nova Certified Again

HomePure Nova is also certified by NSF International, a global, independent health and safety organisation, for NSF 42 – reducing chlorine, taste, odour and particulates; NSF 53 – reducing health-related contaminants like volatile organic chemicals and asbestos; NSF 401 – reducing emerging contaminants like some prescription/OTC drugs, flame retardants, detergents, new types of pesticides and herbicides. It has also been tested by Korea Conformity Laboratories for lead reduction and general purification ability. HomePure Nova is the world’s first-ever Ultrafiltration water filter certified by the Water Quality Association (WQA) for the reduction of pathogenic bacteria, viruses and cysts according to NSF/ANSI P231 and P244.

Being a sustainable and eco-conscious consumer means taking the time to think before consuming and buying products that help prepare you for the effects of climate change. It also means investing in products that help with your sustainability and your absolute living goals. Protect yourself and your family this World Water Day 2020 by getting a HomePure Nova or at least seriously thinking of taking that step. What are you waiting for? Go, go, go!

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