The Multipure Spotlight for July 2020 is “By the Numbers,” which means that this month we will be focusing on some enlightening, eye-opening, and sometimes startling numbers and statistics related to drinking water contamination and filtration.

For this article, let’s took a look at Multipure By the Numbers:

How Much Does a Multipure Aquaversa Filter Cost Per Gallon of Filtered Water?

 

One Multipure Aquaversa Filter

  • 750 gallon capacity
  • $70
  • $0.09 per gallon

One Aquaversa filter costs 9-cents per gallon of filtered water.

 

How Much Drinking Water Does a Multipure Filter Provide Compared to Bottled Water?

 

Common disposable plastic bottled water sizes:

  • 8 oz
  • 16.9 oz (1/2 liter)
  • 20 oz

 

 

One Multipure Aquaversa Filter

  • 1 Aquaversa filter = 750 gallons of drinking water filtration
  • 750 gallons = 96,000 oz
  • 96,000 oz = 12,000 8 oz bottles = 5,680 16.9 oz bottles = 4,800 20 oz bottles

One Aquaversa filter is equal to 12,000 8 oz, 5,680 16.9 oz, or 4,800 20 oz bottles of water.

 

 

How Much Money Does Multipure Save Compared to Individual Bottles of Water?

One 20 oz Disposable Plastic Bottle of Water

  • 1 bottle of water = 20 oz capacity
  • 1 bottle of water = $1 (average price)
  • 1 bottle of water = $0.05 an ounce
  • 1 gallon = 128 oz
  • 1 bottle of water = $6.40 per gallon

One 20 oz plastic bottle of water is 69 times more expensive per gallon than one Multipure Aquaversa filter.

 

How Much Money Does Multipure Save Compared to Cases of Water?

One Case (12-pack) of 8 oz Disposable Plastic Bottled Water

  • 1 case of water = 96oz (12 x 8 oz bottles)
  • 1 case of water = $2.50 (average price)
  • 1 case of water = 0.75 gallons
  • 1 case = $3.33 per gallon

One case of 8 oz bottled water is 37 times more expensive per gallon than one Multipure Aquaversa filter.

 

How Much Money Does Multipure Save Compared to Jugs of Water?

 

  • 1 gallon plastic jug of water = $1.50 (average price)

One 1-gallon jug of water is 16.7 times more expensive per gallon than one Multipure Aquaversa filter.

 

 

 

How Long Can One Aquaversa Filter Last for Families?

 

  • 1 adult should drink 74-101 oz of water per day (average of 87.5 oz)*
  • 1 child should drink 40-88 oz of water per day (average of 64 oz)*
  • 1 adult couple should drink 175 oz of water per day
  • 1 family of 3: 2 adults and 1 child = 239oz of water per day
  • 1 family of 4: 2 adults and 2 children = 303oz of water per day

 

 

 

  • 1 Aquaversa filter = 750 gallons of filtered water
  • 750 gallons = 96,000 oz
  • 96,000 oz / 175 oz = 548 days of water for one adult couple
  • 96,000 oz / 239 oz = 401 days of water for a family of 3
  • 96,000 oz / 303 oz = 316 days of water for a family of 4

*https://www.healthline.com/health/how-much-water-should-I-drink

 

Additional Multipure Numbers

  • 50 years in existence: Multipure was founded on July 7, 1970
  • 3 offices around the world
  • 85+ contaminants Multipure is NSF-certified to filter from drinking water**
  • Drinking Water System Numbers
    • 4 current types of Multipure drinking water systems (Aquamini, Aquaversa, Aquaperform, and Aqualuxe)
    • 90 day satisfaction guarantee (return window) for drinking water systems
    • 12 month warranty on drinking water system parts and accessories
    • 60 month warranty on Aqualuxe electronics and outer housing shell
    • Lifetime warranty on drinking water system stainless steel housing, plastic housing, and pressure vessel

**https://www.multipure.com/assets/mp-performance-sheets-aqualuxe.pdf