With nearly one-in-four households in the U.S. having either unsafe or improperly treated tap water, the risks of regular tap water are just too high. It's no wonder why more and more people are turning to filtered water as an affordable option for removing contaminants like lead, chlorine, fluoride, herbicides & pesticides, and Volatile Organic Compounds.
Our engineers at AQUASPACE have been designing easy-to-use water filters for over 35 years. By incorporating NASA Filtration Technology, AQUASPACE filters are able to remove a wide range of harmful chemicals, while leaving in beneficial minerals like Calcium, Potassium, and Magnesium that are essential for good health. Try an AQUASPACE filter today and you'll experience great tasting, healthy water from the convenience of your own tap!
The Survivor Water Bottle is our latest innovative product to hit the market. Equipped with two revolutionary filters designed to tackle the two biggest forms of contaminants: chemical and microbial, the Survivor will remove 99.99% of bacteria, parasites, and cysts, as well as other common contaminants like lead, chlorine, herbicides, pesticides, and VOCs.
The Survivor Bottle works great on any suspect fresh water source within the U.S., to give you clean, great-tasting water. The Survivor Bottle is excellent in the event of a flood, hurricane, earthquake, or other natural disaster. It’s essential for any prepper or bug-out bag to ensure you have access to clean water in the event of an emergency.
From east to west I only used this travel water bottle filter to drink from for a month. Sipping from rivers, streams, and shady sinks, here's what happened.
The Washington D.C. Public School System uses Aquaspace Filters for ALL their elementary, middle, high, and charter schools. Aquaspace supplies nearly 4,000 filters for all water fountains and kitchenette sinks to ensure the kids of DC have access to clean, lead-free drinking water. Aquaspace was the only company able to meet DCPS’s ambitious goal of lead reduction. Aquaspace filters reduce lead to <1 part per billion, well below the EPA’s limit of 15 ppb for safe drinking levels.
Learn more about our Lead Reduction Project in D.C. public schools.
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