Getting Rain from Cloud to Bottle

We’re accessing the sky’s infinite water supply and making sure we’re not wasting anything as we go. While others lose over 2/3 of their water during filtration, our closed-loop system loses virtually zero.

That’s right, zilch, zip, nada.

That means we can use water more wisely, hydrate more people with each drop, and put more water into the drinking water supply. No other drinking water does that — not mountain springs, not mineral water, not even tap.

  • 1Rains

    Our process begins at the same place all water starts — the rain. When clouds get filled to the brim, droplets fall from the sky.

  • 2Rinse

    Rainfall is Mother Nature’s filtration system. During the first few minutes, raindrops clean the atmosphere and wash away any dirt or debris.

  • 3Collect

    With our proprietary technology, we figure out the cleanest point in the rain cycle. Then we collect the pure raindrops into large vessels– think big honkin’ water towers of rain.

  • 4Filter

    Our closed loop filtration beats the highest drinking water standards and purifies with virtually zero water waste. Compare that to reverse osmosis, which flushes over 2/3 of collected water during filtration.

  • 5Bottle

    Clean-as-a-whistle rainwater goes into glass bottles and aluminum cans … packaging as infinitely renewable as the water itself.

  • 6Distribute

    Using our fancy meteorological technology we place collection sites where the most abundant rain falls so that we can be local everywhere with a lower carbon footprint.

  • 7Drink Up

    Before you know it, we’ve bottled the purest, best-tasting water from the one place it’ll never run out — the sky.

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The cleanest water under the sun has the numbers to prove it.

Download our water quality report

Making Good with Our Good Earth

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Infinite Water Source

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Zero-Waste Filtration

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Renewable Packaging

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More Water for More People

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If it rains where you live, there’s a good chance our rainwater is ‘round the corner.