Most folks feel pretty much safe as far as drinking safe water is concerned if they are seen in bottled packages. However, there is a rant that bottled water are 40% tap water, a debate that is said to be ongoing as we speak.
Regardless, that is not all the issue left here. There is the issue of waste left by used water bottles which eventually add to the piling waste issues we have to deal with. Reusing them would be a neat idea but the thing is, safe water is still in question. Not with the WaterBean filter though.
The said filter was made to fit in most plastic bottles, and reportedly turns tap water into crisp and clean water. The filter is composed of coconut carbon a composite material that is made from ground coconut shells. The filter remove impurities and also adds minerals which can be good for up to three months.
The WaterBean is being offered for $12 a pop where customers can choose from a variety of colors. It is a crowd-sourced project that needs to reach its funding goal of $35,000 in one month.