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Sustainability

Sustainability Drives Us Forward

The name Waterdrop comes from the desire to deliver clean, safe, and healthy drinking water from the first sip to the last satisfying drop. A sustainable future can help us achieve this vision sooner.
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Be Plastic-Positive
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Less Is More
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Going Carbon Neutral
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Water For Smile
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Navigating to a Green Planet with Waterdrop
Plastic bottles offset yearly
50,000,000+
Plastic bottle pollution
Plastic bottle pollution
Humans use about 1.2 million plastic bottles per minute in total. For every six bottles people buy, only one is recycled. The rest are sent to landfills. Or, even worse, they end up as trash on the land and in rivers, lakes, and the ocean, taking many hundreds of years to disintegrate.
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Global warming
Global warming
2021 was the sixth-warmest year on record. The significant cause of global warming since 1950 is human emission of greenhouse gases. The primary greenhouse gas contributing to climate change is carbon dioxide. Burning fossil fuels, trees, solid wastes, and other biological materials release carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.
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Water shortage
Water shortage
Only 3% of the world’s water is fresh water, and two-thirds of that is tucked away in frozen glaciers or otherwise unavailable for our use. As a result, 1.1 billion people lack access to water, and 2.7 billion people experience water scarcity for at least one month in a year.
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Declining water quality
Declining water quality
Every day, 2 million tons of sewage and other effluents drain into the world’s waters. Every year, some 829,000 people are estimated to die from diarrhea as a result of unsafe drinking-water, sanitation, and hand hygiene. Yet diarrhea is largely preventable, and the deaths of 297,000 children aged under 5 years could be avoided each year if these risk factors were addressed.
Plastic bottle pollution
Humans use about 1.2 million plastic bottles per minute in total. For every six bottles people buy, only one is recycled. The rest are sent to landfills. Or, even worse, they end up as trash on the land and in rivers, lakes, and the ocean, taking many hundreds of years to disintegrate.
Sustainability
Global warming
2021 was the sixth-warmest year on record. The significant cause of global warming since 1950 is human emission of greenhouse gases. The primary greenhouse gas contributing to climate change is carbon dioxide. Burning fossil fuels, trees, solid wastes, and other biological materials release carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.
Sustainability
Water shortage
Only 3% of the world’s water is fresh water, and two-thirds of that is tucked away in frozen glaciers or otherwise unavailable for our use. As a result, 1.1 billion people lack access to water, and 2.7 billion people experience water scarcity for at least one month in a year.
Sustainability
Declining water quality
Every day, 2 million tons of sewage and other effluents drain into the world’s waters. Every year, some 829,000 people are estimated to die from diarrhea as a result of unsafe drinking-water, sanitation, and hand hygiene. Yet diarrhea is largely preventable, and the deaths of 297,000 children aged under 5 years could be avoided each year if these risk factors were addressed.
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Sustainability should
be a right that we all
deserve access to.
Embracing A Plastic-free Planet
Embracing A Plastic-free Planet
In the US alone, Americans buy an estimated 29 billion plastic water bottles a year. Where do all the bottles end up? Clearly, they are choking our oceans, lakes, and rivers and piling up on land.
Most people purchasing bottled water are presented with the facade of a high quality product. However, bottled mineral water usually contains higher TDS levels than tap water, and the longer the water sits inside the bottle, the higher the concentration of certain chemicals.
Waterdrop offers the best sustainable alternatives to plastic bottled water, rendering a safer and greener water drinking experience. In countering the scourge of plastic bottles, luckily, we have you. Like every drop in the ocean counts, each of you matters.
Safe Drinking Water
Shouldn’t Be A Luxury
Safe Drinking Water Shouldn’t Be A Luxury
Unsafe water kills more people each year than war and all other forms of violence combined.
Each year 1.2 trillion gallons of untreated sewage, stormwater, and industrial waste are dumped into US water. This pollution of water is contributed to several health concerns in the US. For example, in Lowes County, Alabama, hookworm is affecting people today due to unsanitary waste disposal. 73% of residents reported having sewage running into their homes and 34% of residents surveyed tested positive for hookworm.
And let’s say, starting in 2014, the water crisis in the city of Flint, Michigan turned into a public health crisis for being contaminated with lead and Legionella bacteria.
It is because of the frequent occurrence of water safety problems that we are more concerned about the dramatic increase in demand for safe drinking water, hoping that every family can get easily access to pure water.
Save More and Waste Less
Sustainable and green principles are engraved into the company’s DNA.
Quality drinking water must not come at the expense of water waste. Waterdrop flagship product-RO system G3P800 has come a long way in innovating drain water recycling technology, achieving an impressive 3:1 drain ratio and less water consumption—for every 3 cups of pure water, the technology dispenses, only 1 cup of wastewater is produced. Saving more water also saves energy. Energy is needed to filter, heat, and pump water to your home, so reducing your water use also reduces your carbon footprint.
Additionally, we use only eco-friendly materials for product packaging, allowing our customers to enjoy their shopping without worrying about environmental damage.
Go Carbon Neutral with Waterdrop
A mature tree absorbs over 48 pounds of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere within a year. It is also proposed that a large tree can produce the oxygen supply needed by four people daily. Anytime you check out from Waterdrop, we offer you a transparent carbon neutral order option. With a single click, you can save three trees from being cut down from the Tri-City Forest, offsetting the emissions generated by the production and shipment of products. We encourage our customers to take sustainable actions because we know that sustainability should not be a privilege, but a right we all have.
Water For All, And Water For Smile
According to UNICEF and WHO, 1 in 3 people globally cannot access safe drinking water. Take Eritrea, a state in northern Africa, for example, 80% of its population lack access to easily accessible fresh water and basic water services.
Waterdrop wants to provide equal access to clean, healthy, and safe drinking water for everyone. In 2019, Waterdrop partnered with The Water Project, a non-profit organization, to provide reliable water projects to sub-Saharan African communities suffering needlessly from lack of access to proper sanitation and clean water. We want to do our part in ending the water crisis, restoring people’s homes, improving the health of children and their families, and giving people back the time lost in collecting water.
Water4Smile is a platform we initiated to promote water stewardship and to trigger a wider industry action to make a change, hopefully. Our first aim is to achieve a “Water for All” vision where everyone has equal access to clean, healthy, and safe water. The next goal is to raise awareness about the sustainable uses of water. To achieve our goals, we continually put effort and resources into R&D, we also use innovation to provide socially equitable, economically beneficial, and environmentally sustainable fresh water.
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