Re:Water — 590ml

Fill It Up

Regular water, just as dirty as from the tap in your house, but in a single serving! Quench your thirst without the hefty price tag.

*This product packaging is made from bio-based materials.

Water used per 0.5L of dirty water

Plastic bottle
Bottled surface water from deltas, possibly contaminated with debris, harmful chemicals (PFAS), pharmaceuticals, fertilizers, excerements.

A regular drink, drunk by regular folks.

Word on the street


Sure, I had to suck it through my teeth in order to filter out the debris, but hey, what’s a little pathogen or macroscopic pollutant, am I right?


I don't really love the taste and it's greatly affecting my health, but at least I can afford it.


For refills, I just walk to the kitchen. How convenient!

Let's get real

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Let's get real

Thanks for checking out The Drop Store. As you might know by now, this product at this price doesn’t exist. Yet. Water challenges concern everybody. Some of us already deal with these challenges every day, while others don't see them yet. If we don't act now, they’ll get worse for everyone. Find out more about what’s happening below, and see how you can get involved in building a better future.

Too dirty water

Fresh water is vital for our survival, but only 2.5% of Earth's water is freshwater, much of which is frozen or underground. Unfortunately, more and more freshwater is becoming contaminated with pollutants, such as chemicals, waste, and plastic, which affects everyone who comes into contact with it, especially vulnerable populations. Polluted water can harm crops, aquatic animals, and humans, causing various health issues.

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What can we do about it?

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What can we do about it?

Our partners are working tirelessly to change how clean water is valued, pushing for freshwater habitats to be managed sustainably. They’re also getting financial institutions to invest in sustainable water projects, creating legislation to protect water, and getting businesses to take more responsibility for the water they use and discharge. Also, raising awareness - that’s where you come in.

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