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Water as pure as
nature intended

In the beginning, two hydrogen atoms paired with a single oxygen atom to establish the triplet structure—H2O—called water.

Among all the nutrients that humans consume, water is, as one scie-
ntist described it, the "indispensable nutrient" on which all forms of life depend. Water is the most abundant substance on Earth and in the human body, accounting for approximately 70% of total body weight. It carved the Grand Canyon and gently cradled you in the womb.

Back to nature

Faced with the complex problems of pollution, we turned to nature for the wisest and safest solution. Water in its purest form is found in the vapor that rises from the Earth's surface, leaving behind any contaminants it may have collected. This process of evaporation, condensation and precipitation is known as the Hydrologic Cycle. Distillation simulates this process, turning ordinary tap water into pure, clean steam vapor which is condensed, then passed through an organic coconut shell filter. This technology effectively removes bacteria, parasites, herbicides, pesticides, heavy metals, and a whole list of synthetic chemicals and industrial pollutants.

Waterwise Distillers give you 100% steam distilled, homemade water as pure as nature intended.

Hydrologic Cycle

Villains of pollution

Throughout early history, life
on earth existed in a natural
environment with abundant water
supplies from rain, unpolluted springs, streams, rivers and wells. Water was relatively pure, contain-
ing only moderate amounts of naturally occurring substances. That was then.

Since the Industrial Revolution,
and especially since World
War II, we've dumped all kinds
of chemicals into the environment, almost universally contaminating
our precious, life-sustaining
water supplies. The function of
water is impaired when these
toxic chemicals are introduced
into your system. Your health declines as your body becomes a chemical cesspool.

In the news...

As sewers fill, waste poisons waterways

One goal of the Clean Water Act of 1972 was to upgrade the nation's sewer systems, many of them built more than a century ago, to handle growing populations and increasing runoff of rainwater and waste. During the 1970s and 1980s, Congress distributed more than $60 billion to cities to make sure that what goes into toilets, industrial drains and street grates would not endanger human health.

But despite those upgrades, many sewer systems are still frequently overwhelmed, according to a New York Times analysis of environmental data. As a result, sewage is spilling into waterways.

In the last three years alone, more than 9,400 of the nation's 25,000 sewage systems—including those in major cities—have reported violating the law by dumping untreated or partly treated human waste, chemicals and other hazardous materials into rivers and lakes and elsewhere, according to data from state environmental agencies and the Environmental Protection Agency.

But fewer than one in five sewage systems that broke the law were ever fined or otherwise sanctioned by state or federal regulators, the Times analysis shows.

It is not clear whether the sewage systems that have not reported such dumping are doing any better, because data on overflows and spillage are often incomplete.

http://www.nytimes.com/2009/11/23/us/23sewer. html?_r=1

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