27Feb

A recent study by the University of Illinois found that karst aquifers – groundwater ecosystems made up of creviced carbonate rock, and that make up one-quarter of global drinking water sources – are now contaminated with microplastic particles. Examining 17 groundwater samples from areas near the St. Louis metropolitan area and rural northwestern Illinois, researchers […]Continue Reading

20Feb

Despite increasing reports of widespread microplastic pollution – in drinking water, in seawater, and in food supplies – many studies are still being conducted to determine the quantifiable dangers of microplastics. Microplastics are defined as any piece of plastic measuring between five millimeters (5 mm) and one micrometer (1 μm) in size. Plastics smaller than […]Continue Reading

13Feb

Multipure congratulates the following Builders for their achievement in building their business and advancing their rank. We applaud your efforts and wish you continued growth and success. In recognition of their advancement and as a sign of our esteem, each of these Builders will receive a Builder Rank Advancement Bonus commensurate with their new level […]Continue Reading

13Feb

A 2018 study by Orb Media, a nonprofit investigative journalism organization, examined eleven different bottled water brands across the world, finding that all of them contained some degree of microplastic contamination. Using a special dye that binds to plastic, the researchers used a special light to highlight the dyed particles in the water samples, and […]Continue Reading

13Feb

We’re already two months into the year, and our Road to 50 Opportunity Tour is off and running. This year is all about spreading our message of clean water and building momentum toward our historic 50th anniversary of Multipure next year! Not a lot of companies make it to fifty years. It takes hard work, […]Continue Reading

12Feb

The global water desalination market is likely to witness a firm growth at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.8 percent from 2018 to 2025. Nearly 1 percent of the global water demand has been met via desalination over the last few years. This market is considered to have a strong future, owing to […]Continue Reading

12Feb

About 10,000 pharmaceuticals with about 3,000 active ingredients are approved and marketed in the U.S. These and their reaction byproducts, reactants and solvents can be present in wastewater streams that require treatment prior to direct or indirect discharges. Pharmaceutical production is a major portion of the chemicals manufacturing industry — in value and product diversity, […]Continue Reading

06Feb

In 2018, Mary Kosuth, a microplastics researcher and graduate of the University of Minnesota School of Public Health, conducted a study of anthropogenic debris – aka, man-made inorganic particles such as plastics and microplastics – in tap water, beer, and sea salt. She examined 159 samples of globally sourced tap water, 12 brands of Laurentian Great Lakes […]Continue Reading

04Feb

Today – February 4, 2019 – is World Cancer Day, so let us all take a moment to remind ourselves of the importance of cancer prevention, detection, and treatment, and to think about all of those who have experienced the pain and suffering of cancer, either personally or through friends and loved ones. And while […]Continue Reading

18Jan

Multipure’s New Builder Primer is a terrific starter guide for new prospects and business builders, teaching them the first steps toward become a knowledgeable and successful Multipure Ecopreneur. It can help them learn more about Multipure’s products, opportunity, science, and business tools, preparing them for a successful future with Multipure. To ensure that you have […]Continue Reading