Plastic in our bodies

Protect yourself and the following generations


Do you actually know that every day you are passing tiny little plastic particles, so-called microplastics, through the air, your clothes, your food and even via the water ingest? This is the result of a global study called "No Plastics in Nature: Assessing Plastic Ingestion from Nature to People", conducted at the University of Newcastle Australia and commissioned by WWF.

This is an average of as much plastic per week as a credit card weighs (approx. 5g). This is not only worrying, but also potentially harmful to our health. We unconsciously ingest up to 2000 small pieces of plastic every week. Unconsciously?

It is no secret that we produce too much plastic waste - it is an essential part of our everyday lives. High consumption and the resulting waste is the reason why too much plastic ends up uncontrolled in nature and thus in the cycle. It is spread across national borders by rivers, the air and rain. And of course these small particles get into the groundwater.

What can we do against microplastics?


For one thing, we can all reduce the ever-growing consumption of plastic waste and make it sustainable by using alternative materials that do not harm the environment. For example, refrain from buying plastic water bottles and products that are excessively packaged in plastic. In addition, you can reduce plastic waste by Purchase of a high-quality water filter system also improve the quality of your tap water. By filtering tap water, you give microplastic particles no chance.

Our products from AQUASAFE ensure that you have filtered tap water available that is free of pollutants, bacteria and microplastics. This is done with the Reverse osmosis principleThe membrane filters out all components that have no place in our bodies, up to 98.2 %, in several stages. Protect yourself, because nothing is more valuable than your own health and that of future generations.

Discover our product variety of Exclusive AQUASAFE water filter and take the first step towards a more sustainable environment. If you have any questions about our water filter systems or any other product, our team will be happy to answer them.

Source: Facts about the WWF study: https://www.wwf.de/2019/juni/wuerden-sie-eine-kreditkarte-essen/ | As of 14.06.2019

Mikroplastik - Filtrationsverfahren
Microplastics - filtration process
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