New York, NY, March 23, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- From March 29th through March 31st, Multipure International and its local partners will host a three city tour to educate the public on the state of water. Recent water crisis in Flint, Michigan, Newark, New Jersey and in West Islip on Long Island, have heightened people’s concern over what’s really in our drinking water, but have not offered solid answers. The New York and New Jersey Clean Water Tour aims to fill that void.
The tour is scheduled for three dates as follows: Tuesday, March 29th at the Robert Treat Hotel in Newark, NJ, Wednesday, March 30th at the Hilton Midtown in New York City, and Thursday, March 31st at the Hilton Garden Inn Melville in Plainview, New York. Doors open at 6pm for all dates and the events are slated to end at 8pm. This is a no cost event and light refreshments will be served. Reservations can be made by calling 516.808.8345 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Special guests include Newark Mayor Ras Baraka, Assemblywoman L. Grace Spencer, Jim Walsh of Food and Water Watch and Brenda Toyloy, former Environmental Commissioner for the City of Newark, New Jersey. “Most people don’t understand that the water we drink, cook with and bathe in is treated with disinfectants like lye, ammonia and chlorine because there are so many toxins in the environment,” says Toyloy. “The problem is we’re not told to remove these chemicals before we cook our food or give our babies baths. And these chemicals are known to cause serious diseases. It’s chemicals on top of chemicals.”
Since 1970, Las Vegas-based Multipure International has pioneered and manufactured solid carbon block water filtration systems. No chemicals are ever added. Multipure works closely with NSF International, a leading third party consumer advocacy group, to ensure people benefit from the highest level of filtration possible. Currently, Multipure offers affordable filtration that meets NSF standard 42 for aesthetics, standard 53 for health effects, standard 401 for emerging contaminants, and protocol P231 for bacteria and viruses. This equates to more than 65 toxic tasteless, odorless and invisible chemicals reduced by up to 99.9% by Multipure technology. Along with its local partner and independent distributor, h2ocleanse, Multipure’s mission is to ensure everyone has access to clean, healthful water.
Due to the rising demand for education and solutions, Multipure and its local partners are recruiting professionals for business development opportunities. Interested candidates should contact Heather Kollar at 516.500.1144 ext. 2.