Bag versus bottle? Puralytics' new approach to pure portable water
That's why I'm going to do some technology into the SolarBag, a new research from water innovation companyï¿½Puralytics for purifying water on-the-go. The product could have implications for camping, international traveler or for the emergency kit you're supposed to keep in the trunk of your car.
SolarBag uses sunlight-activated nanotechnology to remove bacteria, viruses and protozoa from water. As the image suggests, you could use the bag during camping to keep stocked up on water.
Heather Clancy has written for United Press International, ZDNet, Entrepreneur, Fortune Small Business, the International Herald Tribune and the New York Times. She holds a degree from McGill University. She is based in New Jersey.
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