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Half of the world's poor suffer from waterborne disease, and nearly 6,000 people - mainly children - die each day by consuming unsafe drinking water. LifeStraw® water purifiers have been developed as a practical way of preventing disease and saving lives, as well as achieving the Millennium Development Goal of reducing by one-half the proportion of people without sustainable access to safe water by the year 2015. LifeStraw® Personal and LifeStraw® Family are complimentary point-of-use water filters - truly unique offerings from Vestergaard Frandsen that will help people obtain safe drinking water at home and outside - paving the way for swiftly and effectively accomplishing the VF and MDGs.
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LifeStraw® Personal is a portable water purifier for prevention of
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Unformatted text preview: common diarrhoeal disease – can be carried around for easy access to safe and clean drinking water. LifeStraw® Family is an instant microbiological water purifier with a high flow rate, efficacy as per US EPA standards and longevity of more than 15,000 litres. LifeStraw® Personal has been referred to as 'One of the Ten Things that will Change the Way We Live´ by Forbes Magazine LifeStraw® Family delivers water as per EPA guidelines for microbiological water purifiers "LifeStraw® is a very simple and elegant solution to a problem that kills millions of people. Let's get it out there," commented musician and humanitarian Peter Gabriel. February 2008, LifeStraw® Personal receives the Saatchi & Saatchi Award for World Changing Ideas in New York. ....
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