Restore Water Purification System Uses Germ-killing UV Clean Technology

Green Lifestyles - Restore Water Purification System Uses Germ-killing UV Clean TechnologyRestore is a new water purification system  for those looking for more eco-conscious ways of drinking water.

What is Restore? Restore is a complete purification system in an affordable, easy to use pitcher. Restore provides cleaner, great tasting tap water by innovatively combining germ-killing UV Clean technology with a water filtration system. Restore is a breakthrough solution.

What makes it different? Just because it’s filtered, doesn’t means it’s purified!

Restore uses Ultraviolet (UV) Clean Technology to go beyond filtering by removing bacteria, viruses and more. UV Technology has been used for over 60 years for its germicidal properties in hospitals and laboratories. For the first time, an application of this unique germ-killing technology is available for home use in an affordable, easy to use water pitcher.

Restore is California certified for microbiological water purification, a first for a water pitcher utilizing UV technology and is Gold Seal Certified to National Sanitation Foundation standards by the Water Quality Association. UV Technology has been used for over 60 years for its germicidal properties in hospitals and laboratories. For the first time, an application of this unique germ-killing technology is available for home use in an affordable, easy to use water pitcher.

We hope you find this as interesting and innovative as we do. If you need more information, please visit this site. On the website you’ll find a video showing how the clean water system works, as well as a white paper containing additional information.

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4 Responses to “Restore Water Purification System Uses Germ-killing UV Clean Technology”

  1. a complete water purification system in a pitcher. … tap water by utilizing germ-killing Ultraviolet (UV) Clean.

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