The lack of access to clean water is a major humanitarian problem around the world. Silicon Valley startup Liquidity Nanotech wants to help solve that issue by bringing clean, healthy drinking water to everyone, one filter at a time. The startup’s Kickstarter, Naked Filter, starts on the consumer-level with a portable bottle that uses affordable, effective, and easy-to-use technology to purify water. The current nano-filter unfortunately cannot be recycled (it needs to be replaced every month); however, the company hopes that commercial success and increased production will allow them to affordably distribute their product to communities in the developing world.
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