75% of the Earth’s surface is water. However, 97% of all that is saltwater. Only 3% is freshwater and 2/3rds of that frozen in glaciers and ice, leaving only 1% for all life.
Not one drop of water has been added since the earth first began!
Nature went on for billions of years recycling the same trillions of gallons of water, over and over. Man took less than 100 years to mess it up and grew in numbers to 6.5 billion from only 2 billion in 1960. Most of our local areas are already overgrown and undersupplied.
Centrally treated water is 150 year old technology with single pipe that use 66% of their water in putting out fires, washing streets, construction and irrigation. They can’t afford bring 100% of the water up to what we’d prefer for our family’s drinking or home water. So we pay more for less. Change is needed…
Purity Bay quality water costs less than living with out it! So don’t put it off, get yours and start living purer this minute!
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