26 Sep '16, 5pm

Natural Brookwater bottles use activated carbon and volcanic rock to purify and enhance drinking water

Natural Brookwater bottles use activated carbon and volcanic rock to purify and enhance drinking water

The back-to-basics essence of the Sylva filter is expanded to create the Brookwater bottles. The experimental product allows for purification on the go, offering a more natural alternative to ocean-clogging plastic. Sigal says of the Brookwater bottles, “The aim is to give prominence to the relationship between nature, science and design to create a multi-faceted material that is harmless to the planet while acting upon the water.” The experimental design was spotted alongside the Sylva filter at

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