GoodWater - Emergency Purification System

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GoodWater Purification bottles

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The GoodWater® Emergency Water Filtration System has two stages, each performing a vital task in the filtering and energizing process.

Typhoons, floods and other natural disasters have been causing deadly damage to all over the world since we have known it. Not only do they cause massive destruction, but they cut off access to clean sanitation, giving even survivors little chance of surviving in those harsh conditions due to shortage of clean drinking water. Until now. With the takeover of Goodwater ® Pte Ltd, we have access to groundbreaking technology in the most portable form, with dirty muddy water being converted to clean drinking water almost instantaneously.

GoodWater® has already been supplying its water filtration systems to these disaster-hit areas, most notably to Red Cross for the areas affected by Typhoon Ketsana. We take great pride in knowing we play a significant part in ensuring the survivors of these disasters stand a far higher chance of surviving, at least until a permanent sanitation structure is in place. Currently being the only system that meets the specifications for providing adequate and safe water supply in these disaster areas, we will strive to ensure production always meet those demands. It is as much a moral obligation as a financial one.

Anti Bacterial Carbon Filter
Purpose: To filter coarse contaminants, chlorine, foul odour, chemical substances, bacteria and heavy metals. The filter uses a patented mixture of granular and fibrous components in the absorption matrix.

This effectively removes organic compounds, heavy metals and other harmful impurities in water and reduces water hardness.

Ultrafine Filtration
Purpose: To filter chlorine, foul odor, bacteria and other contaminants The Ultrafine filtration offers filtration at the level of 0.2 microns. This ultrafine filtration technique, together with its speed of delivery (1 liter every 45 seconds), allows the device to be used in disaster relief and rescue operations.

The bottle that contains our filter is made of polycarbonates, an extraordinarily durable form of plastic highly resistant to wear and tear.


Source: GoodWater

First Time:

Step 1: Fill the water bottle with normal water (with filter element) to at least half-full
Step 2: Squeeze the hand pump until water flows out of the tube
Step 3: Stop the flow of water by depressing the water-stopper device
Step 4: Dispose the first round of treated water


Step 5: Release the water-stopper to allow the water to flow and repeat steps 1 & 2
Step 6: Fill the empty bottle with treated water
Step 7: Continue to drink purified water by repeating steps 1 to 3

Specific Advantages

  • Filtered water free of harmful contaminants and pollutants such as:
  • Heavy Metal
  • Bacteria Residues
  • Foul Odour
  • Rust
  • Chlorine
  • Trihalomethanes (THMs)
  • Bacterial Bleaching Powder
  • Detergents
  • Carcinogens

For more information about the GoodWater arsenic filters and solar disinfection.