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How to Make Dirty Water Clean, Using a Single Bag

April 1, 2019
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How to Make Dirty Water Clean, Using a Single Bag
Every year, over 255 million people won’t have access to clean drinking water following a natural disaster. DayOne Response wants to change that.

DayOne Response’s Waterbag can purify 10 liters of water in 30 minutes. Designed to be quickly distributed after a natural disaster, it’s a reusable EPA-approved system that prevents contamination, so a family of four can have clean drinking water for up to two months.

The DayOne Waterbag has been used in disaster zones in 21 countries as an all-in-one solution that makes water drinkable and disease-free. Their global goal is to be ready to service one million individuals within 24 hours of a natural disaster.

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