Tulip Water Fitter
COOK MAGAZINE|April 2018

Safe drinking water should be simple, affordable, and available.

This is the precept that the company Basic Water Needs (BWN) lives by. Based in the Netherlands, BWN is highly regarded in the design and innovation community for Household level Water Treatment and Safe Storage or HWTS. BWN created the Tulip water filter system. It is an easy to use, low-cost solution to producing 7,000 liters of safe drinking water.

SIMPLE

BWN believes that the best products do not require an extensive manual, but are understandable for everyone, all over the world. A lot of consideration was given to the products being easy to use to realize sustained usage. The Tulip products are based on gravity, which implies that no electricity or complicated processes are involved.

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