Water purification is quickly becoming an essential capability amongst many consumer demographics on a worldwide basis as concerns about quality increase, which is seeing new solutions like the 'Co-Life' water filter come about.
Designed to use old Coca-Cola soda bottles, the system fits onto two containers and utilizes a bike pump to force the H2O from one to another through a ceramic filter. This comes as a very cost-effective option for those who are in developing nations where funds are limited but the need for water purification solutions is high.
The 'Co-Life' water purifier is the design work of Jan Tuomas Burakowski and Tuomas Jussila, and acknowledges how H2O purification can be made more efficient by utilizing common materials found in our midst.
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The 'Co-Life' Water Filter Uses Drink Bottles to Purify H2O
- By: Michael HemsworthJan 7, 2018