Pionetics Celebrates Earth Day; Estimating 25 Million Gallons of Water Saved in One Year!
In March 2010, Pionetics Corporation introduced its dramatically new drinking water system with LINX® Technology. Today, just a year later, Pionetics celebrates Earth Day by estimating that since that launch, LINX’s Drinking Water Systems have potentially saved 25 million gallons of water for our planet.
LINX drinking water systems are offered as an under-the-sink model, or as a bottleless water cooler. Both products offer three important and unique features not offered by any other drinking water system:
- Significantly less water waste than Reverse Osmosis (RO) – see the video LINX vs. RO,
- Operates using programmable software and display indicator lights that provide the consumer with detailed system status, and
- Dial-A-Taste® Control that allows the consumer to customize the taste of their drinking water for more or less mineral content.
“When you compare the LINX systems to a traditional RO system, the water savings are dramatic. Most consumers don’t realize it, but in a typical home setting, and depending upon such factors as water temperature and feed water quality, an RO could waste nearly 10,000 gallons of water a year, compared to only 158 gallons used by the LINX systems. Multiply 10,000 gallons by the 2,500 LINX units shipped to our distributors this past year and we estimate potentially 25 million gallons of water have been saved by LINX systems,” said H. Martin Jessen, Vice President of Pionetics Corporation. Jessen continues, “In addition to our under-the-sink model, the LINX water cooler reduces water waste, petroleum usage, and effort, while increasing office space and cost savings.”
“Before LINX technology, if you were interested in conserving water, you were forced into using barely-treated, filtered water which did very little to improve water quality. Now homes and businesses have a truly environmental solution for their drinking water needs that is certified to actually treat drinking water similar to an RO with less than 5% of the waste water when compared to RO,” explains Jessen.
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