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September 04, 2015
Are you sure your drinking water is safe and pure?
Ask yourself these questions, How safe is my drinking water? Where does my drinking water comes from, and how is it treated? What can I do to help protect my drinking water?
Unilever Philippines, through its state-of-the art water purifier- Pureit, has launched campaign to empower households consumers to question the safety of their drinking water, and in doing so, protect the health of their families.
Many homes have drinking water that is not sanitary or is contaminated.
In fact, we used to be one of the 60 percent of households to buy drinking water from water refilling stations.
Protecting my family, myself and others from potentially contaminated drinking water takes some thought and effort.
"Through the video, we wanted to show households, especially the moms, how refilled water can easily be contaminated due to improper handling and transport of containers and other human factors. This, in turn, can pose health risks for the family, especially the children, "said Brian Duruin, Pureit brand manager.
The United Nations Children's Fund lists diarrhea, cholera and typhoid fever as some of the deadly diseases that can be triggered by drinking contaminated water.
To help address this concern, Unilever has introduced Pureit Excella, an in-home, non-electric water purifier that converts tap water into clean and safe drinking water. Pureit has an advanced five-step purification process that eliminated 99.9999% of bacteria, viruses and parasites to meet the stringent safety standards of the US Environmental Protection Agency.
The event was held at the Avida Showroom in Glorietta Center, Makati City where Pureit demo units is available on display for this month of September.
Avida, one of the country's leading real estate developers for the mid-market segment of the industry, supports Unilever and Pureit in their effort to provide households with access to safe drinking water to ensure your health.