The Ecomo Bottle answers consumers concerns regarding polluted waters, while serving as a means of instant purification. Polluted waterways have become a nation-wide epidemic, leaving many consumers questioning whether or not their nearby water source is safe. A 2016 Harvard University study discovered unsafe levels of toxic chemicals in drinking water throughout 33 states -- chemicals that are linked to hormonal problems, obesity and cancer.
Instead of risking their health to stay hydrated, environmental engineer, Eric Li, developed a smart water bottle that tests water for contamination, quickly purifying the water should those contaminants be found. The complex filtration system takes less that 5 seconds to purify unsafe water, promising consumer convenience in addition to its numerous health benefits.