Pure Spout Earns Industry Award for Best New Product

Pure Spout Earns Industry Award for Best New Product

Water Filtration Company Receives Honor at 2024 Edison Awards Ceremony in Florida

FORT MYERS, FLA. (April 19, 2024)—Pure Spout has been named a 2024 Edison Award, bronze winner, in the program’s Health and Wellness category. The award recognizes the company’s innovative On-Fountain Filter System, which is geared toward schools as a cost-effective solution to reduce lead in drinking water and provide safe drinking water for grade school children. The Edison Awards is among the most prestigious accolades honoring excellence in new product and service development, marketing, design and innovation. The company joined other finalists at the 37th annual Edison Awards Gala in Fort Myers, Florida, where winners were announced.

“Pure Spout is honored to be chosen as a 2024 Edison Award winner, a true testament to the effective solution our product provides for our country’s most vulnerable population – our children,” said Mark Campbell, Pure Spout co-developer and water quality scientist. “Lead in drinking water can result in significant health, developmental and behavioral complications for children. The On-Fountain Filter System, a low-cost, high-quality solution, is certified to reduce more than 99.9% of lead in water, ensuring children are consuming safe water.”

Pure Spout’s On-Fountain Filter System is a unique patented solution that replaces the standard spout on drinking fountains. Its quick installation, low cost, and long-lasting filters make it an ideal way for schools to reduce exposure to lead in tap water at the point-of-use.

To learn more about Pure Spout’s solution, visit the website here.

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About Pure Spout
Pure Spout® is an award-winning water filtration solution with a mission to ensure clean, safe drinking water in communities across the nation. Pure Spout® offers a patented, replaceable filter that fits onto most drinking fountains. This product provides an immediate, cost-effective solution to reduce lead in drinking water and is certified to NSF/ANSI Standard 53 for lead reduction by the International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO).