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ZeroWater's Community Outreach & Assistance Program Continues to Support US Regions with Water Contamination


ZeroWater's Community Outreach & Assistance Program Continues to Support US Regions with Water Contamination

The one-to-one matching program provides inexpensive safe-drinking water alternative to Flint, Pittsburgh, Milwaukee and other regions in need

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TREVOSE, Pa., July 25, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The quality of tap water in the US continues to decline due to the aging infrastructure and the huge cost of re-building piping systems. With no complete solution in sight, the responsibility often, unfortunately falls on the consumer to choose the best water filtration system to meet their needs. ZeroWater's Community Outreach & Assistance Program is the company's way of offering a solution to individuals and families in need of cleaner drinking water.  

"With our 5-stage filtration technology, we believe it is our corporate responsibility to do what we can to assist these areas," states a ZeroWater representative. "We originally launched the Community Outreach & Assistance Program to help Flint, MI when their lead crisis first broke out. As we continue to see water contamination issues popping up across the country, we knew we had to expand our efforts beyond Flint, Michigan. We, however, cannot do it alone. We are looking to generate consumer awareness about the program so that together we can make a substantial difference for these individuals and families. ZeroWater's Community Outreach & Assistance Program is a 1 to 1 match of product donations at"

To date, ZeroWater has donated almost 200,000 water filtration pitchers and filters to Pittsburgh, PA, Flint, MI and Milwaukee, WI. Now, donations are collected at on the Community Outreach & Assistance page or by adding a donation directly to your cart at checkout.  All donations are matched 1 to 1 and collected for monthly distribution to areas in need through partnership channels.

Just how much of a difference can a single filter donation make? One ZeroWater filter is equivalent to 114 water bottles or approximately 15 gallons. In addition to being the only pour through filter that is NSF certified to reduce both lead and chromium to 99%, ZeroWater removes virtually all total dissolved solids for the purest tasting water. 

For more information or to set up an interview with ZeroWater executives, please contact Dawn Ryden at 512-294-6218 or For further information on ZeroWater please visit

About ZeroWater®

ZeroWater empowers consumers with the opportunity to provide themselves and their families the best hydration source available. The premium 5-stage ion exchange filtration system removes virtually all total dissolved solids (TDS) matching the TDS levels found in Purified Bottled Water. ZeroWater is the only pour through water filtration system to receive NSF endorsement for its reduction capabilities in chromium-3, chromium-6 and lead. 

ZeroWater's product lines include BPA-free plastic, stainless steel and glass pitchers and dispensers ranging from 6- Cup to 40- Cup capacity. All ZeroWater products come with a free water quality meter to show the 5-stage filtration technology at work removing 99.6% of Total Dissolved Solids.

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