The ProBLEM of CLEAN Water

Access to clean water is critical to survival and health.  

Worldwide, 2.2 billion people lack safe water. 6,000 children die every day from water and sanitation-related disease.

The most common solution creates two more issues.

The most common method to clean water is boiling over a charcoal fire.
  • However, charcoal fires are a major contributor to respiratory disease – the leading cause of death in the developing world.
  • Boiling water in this way is also a major contributor to climate change.

The waterbox solves all three problems

  • It provides clean water for drinking and sanitation.
  • It does so with zero contribution to respiratory disease.
  • It produces none of the greenhouse gases that cause climate change.