Oneness Labs, a water purification company, announced the launch of updated chlorine dioxide water purification kits. The business specializes in affordable and safe clean water solutions.
More information can be found at https://onenessdrops.com/is-tap-water-safe-for-drinking/
The company’s updated chlorine dioxide water purification products aim to provide the public with access to safe potable water anytime.
What started out as humanitarian work in the Amazon of South America–creating clean water projects and providing over 5000 people in local communities with chlorine water purification drops–became a greater passion. This passion led to the establishment of Oneness Labs, through which the founders offer more people around the world water purification solutions.
According to a report released by the company, chlorine dioxide is widely accepted as a safe antimicrobial additive mixed with water to make it safe for drinking. It is used in poultry processing, a cleansing agent for fruits and vegetables and is deemed safe to use in public water-treatment facilities by the CDC (Center for Disease Control).
It has also been recognized by the WHO (World Health Organization) as safe to use in hospitals and other healthcare facilities. The gas emitted by chlorine dioxide is used to sterilize medical equipment, tools, and surfaces.
Oneness Labs water purification products come in convenient dropper bottle kits. The kits include one 2oz bottle of sodium chlorite and one 2oz bottle of hydrochloric acid or citric acid activators. When mixed together, the solutions result in chlorine dioxide.
The strong antimicrobial agent releases a highly active form of oxygen which oxidizes and purifies water. It can neutralize microorganisms, viruses, parasites, and other bacteria in drinking water so that it is safe for human consumption.
The kits are handy to bring along when traveling, camping, or wherever drinking water sources may seem questionable. Only 2 drops of each solution are enough to purify up to one gallon of water.
As a continued effort to bolster their water purification advocacies in the Amazon, a portion of the proceeds from Oneness Labs will go to their non-profit projects and partnerships.
Interested parties may visit https://onenessdrops.com
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