Sources of clean drinking water are evaporating.
Water shortages have become increasingly common in the United States. Drought and population growth in the western parts of the country have seen trillions of gallons of groundwater vanish in just a few short years. Many states are experiencing severe, long-term drought, leading to a record number of forest fires. Conditions are still expected to worsen.
- More than 783 million people around the globe do not have access to clean drinking water.
- The worldwide demand for water is doubling every 20 years.
- By 2025, two-thirds of the world’s population will experience severe water shortages.
We’re all worried. Now there’s something we can actually do about it. Support new sources of clean water by drinking Aurai.
The bottled water industry is stagnant.
We’re shaking it up.
Americans drink a lot of bottled water—about 10 billion gallons each year, which translates to roughly 32 gallons per person. Nearly all of that water is drawn for free from municipal water systems, contributing to water scarcity in drought-ridden regions. Half of it comes right out of our taps.
Annually, 50 billion plastic bottles are produced from 17 million barrels of oil to fuel America’s water consumption. With a plastic recycling rate of only 23%, nearly 38 billion water bottles end up in landfills each year. We probably don’t need to say it, but that’s very, very bad.
Something needs to change.
Ready for a change?
It can start with you. Learn how Aurai is revolutionizing the bottled water industry.