Bottle uses active charcoal to make tap water taste better
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Hot on the heels of our story about CamelBak's All Clear water bottle comes a variation on a similar theme. Whereas CamelBak's innovation focuses on purifying unsafe water, however, UK-based Black+Blum's Eau Good water bottle embraces the centuries-old use of active charcoal to make every day tap water taste better. Binchotan active charcoal — sometimes known as “white charcoal” — has been used in Japan as a water purifier since the 17th century, Black+Blum says, and is useful for reducing chlorine while mineralizing the water and balancing its pH. The sustainably sourced and rechargeable charcoal filter in the bottles can…
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