WOW ‘Water-On-Water’ – A Better Solution

  • The patented ‘water-on-water’ reverse osmosis design operates with astonishing efficiency, reducing water waste by up to 500% compared to traditional ‘air-on-water’ devices that must force water into the storage tank against increasing air pressures.
  • The WOW Water system is compact – taking up about 1/3 less space than conventional under sink units.
  • WOW’s patented “zero back pressure” RO design provides maximum purity and production under a wide range of water conditions, such as higher feed water TDS, and lower operating pressures (as low as 20 PSI – performs on low pressure water supplies, eliminating the need for add-on pumps and service calls).
  • The WOW Water system is manufactured using all high-tech injection molded plastic – nothing to rust or corrode.

Drink Clean – Think Green

As a culture, it’s critical that we move away from manufactured bottled water. With WOW Water system’s purified water used at point of use or stored in a recyclable water bottle, we can achieve the goals of (a) drinking healthy pure water (b) at a lower cost and (c) reducing plastic bottle waste from the billions of disposable plastic water bottles used each day (if you’ve never heard of the Pacific Garbage Patch, Google it). Not only does the WOW system save you money by eliminating the high cost of purchasing bottled water, additional savings are experienced due to less frequent filter replacement (due to advanced technology).  As an additional environmental plus, the WOW filters are 100% recyclable and we actively support replacement orders. The WOW system reduces wastewater by up to 500% over conventional RO systems – water is becoming a costly commodity worldwide. You also avoid potential health risks associated with plastic bottles and the contaminants present in bottled water.

The Facts Are Startling:

  • The Natural Resources Defense Council has estimated that bottled water is between 240 and 10,000 times more expensive than tap water.
  • There are health risks from ‘chemical leaching’ related to plastic bottles such as Bisphenol-a (BPA).
  • According to the Sierra Club, this year Americans will throw 30 million water bottles into landfills everyday, while only 13 percent of water bottles get reused or recycled.
  • The Pacific Institute calculates that it costs about 17 million barrels of oil to make the plastic bottles for water that American’s consumed in 2006 – roughly equivalent to fueling 100,000 cars for that year.
  • It’s estimated that 2.5 million tons of carbon are generated in manufacturing plastic bottles.
  • Many of the most popular branded bottled waters originate from municipal water sources – Dasani and Aquafina for example.