Technology

THE POWER OF SCIENCE

Our unique technology gives your bottle the power of a certified water pitcher

Certified to the NSF53 Standard for Lead Reduction

HOW OUR TECHNOLOGY WORKS

1. Fill the bottle with tap water

Set one fill the astrea water bottle

2. Contaminants get trapped in filter

Astrea filters trap contaminants

3. Filtered water comes up the straw

astrea one provides filtered water

INSIDE THE FILTER

astrea one filtering water bottle inside

FILTERED WATER: FROM ANY TAP*

Filtered water from any tap, saves plastic and reduces contaminants

Our technology lets you take the power of at-home filtration with you everywhere you go.

Available only in the astrea ONE filtering water bottle.

*Do not use with water that is microbiologically unsafe or of unknown quality without adequate disinfection before or after the system.

The only NSF53 Certified water bottle

INDEPENDENT TEST RESULTS

NSF42 Certified Water Filter

NSF42 CERTIFIED

Filters out chlorine & zinc for a refreshing taste!

NSF53 Certified Water Filter

NSF53 CERTIFIED

For your health we filter out lead, copper, mercury, cadmium, & chromium!

2 month of filtered water

2-MONTHS CERTIFIED

Longer life than leading certified water pitcher brands*

*refers to 20 gallon capacity of astrea ONE filters vs 15 gallon capacity in Zerowater 5-stage filters,

LET'S TALK ABOUT LEAD

Risks of lead at home

RISKS AT HOME

2,000 water systems spanning all 50 states have shown excessive levels of lead contamination over the past four years. – USA Today

Between 6.5 to 10 million homes nationwide still have lead pipes and plumbing.

EXPENSIVE & TIME-CONSUMING

The EPA estimates there are 7-11 million lead service lines in the US. It would cost $30 billion and take decades to replace them.

Risks of lead in our plumbing

LEAD IN OUR PLUMBING

Although municipal water plants are required to test water, lead typically enters water when it passes through service lines & fittings after it has exited the treatment plant.

Lead in drinking water usually comes from the corrosion of older fixtures or from solder that connects pipes. Buildings built before 1986 are at higher risk for lead contamination.

Risks of lead at school

RISKS AT SCHOOL

The EPA estimates there are 7-11 million lead service lines in the US. It would cost $30 billion and take decades to replace them.

Only 10% of our nation’s schools are required to test for lead.

TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR WATER

Get your astrea ONE filtering water bottle today.