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Earth Day New York City Bad Water Solution

Make Every Day in New York City a Clean Drinking Water Day

Earth Day is the world's largest environmental movement and you can do something about the bad water in New York City to make every day Earth Day for clean drinking water. Earth Day is an annual event celebrated on April 22. What if this year you organized a solution to the problem of New York City locals drinking bad water without a solution? You can share Watergen with people that care. You can champion for safe. clean drinking water made from the air - not drawn from a bad water supply, not purchased in a plastic water bottle. Safe drinking water made out of New York City air! imagine that!

Great Solution For Bad New York City Drinking Water on Earth Day

You can promote understanding of the importance of having clean drinking water all across New York City so that more people are aware of the critical actions we need to take to protect our resources and health. The second action you can take is to commit yourself to service on or around Earth Day. Share this article, tweet about #watergen - watch this video and share it with friends. They will be shocked that such a great solution for bad New York City water is available, effective and sustainable. Water taken out of the air, what could have been deadly for kids in New York City can be a life-long bad water solution with your action!

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Celebrate Earth Day with a Bad Drinking Water Solution

Earth Day has become one of the most widely celebrated bad water solutions event across the globe. On this day, events are held in New York City and worldwide to increase awareness and appreciation of the Earth's natural environment and limited clean drinking water. Watergen is committed to delivering the solution, you can 'champion' the need of New York City residents, or any community of your choice.

Tell your friends. Solve the New York City bad water problem with your awareness of Watergen



Watergen’s ability to deliver cost effective and commercially available bottled water alternative for New York City that generate fresh pure water directly from the New York City air, at prices that are up to 10 times cheaper than local New York City filtered well water (at developing world prices), is a true game changer for New York City businesses, schools and homes.

Watergen’s technology facilitates the generation of clean, safe, drinking water for under ~2₵ per liter. For the first time, making water from New York City air is a true economic reality, generated 24/7/365, and commercially available for everyone across New York City.

Earth Day Fix for Bad New York City Drinking Water

Watergen : water from air generators that provide a renewable source of clean and fresh drinking water.

 

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