Archive for February, 2011

Easily slotted onto your tap +-Water is a concept design that doesn’t just tell you how much water you’ve used but converts it into how much money each splash will cost you. Measuring water usage in terms of dollars rather than liters is so much easier to comprehend and much more likely to get [...]


Using farm-fresh ingredients, Rachel Dreskin of Seasonal Brooklyn shares her homemade recipe for a delicious quinoa salad topped with apples and cranberries. Enjoy!

To see more recipes using MAVEA filtered water, check out Inspired Water’s Vimeo page!


Waves for Water, a California-based charity started by former pro-surfer, Jon Rose, aims to help the 1.7 billion people in the world that lack access to clean water.
“Targeting the surf community, and using its’ global reach as a ready-made distribution network, Waves For Water combines two main components to provide safe drinking water: (1) water [...]


Holy smokes! This has to be the cutest thing we’ve ever seen! Well, besides BOO (the FB dog) of course!
Pictured above is the world’s smallest aquarium made by Anatoly Konenko, a Russian artist who specializes in making miniature versions of things. His tank is just 30×24×14mm and holds a mere 10ml of water.
Some of Konenko’s [...]


Good design includes responsibility!

We support our filters with a comprehensive recycling program.
Every part is broken down, cleaned and re-used. Nothing goes to landfill.

We make it easy for you to recycle

Either return your fllter to the recycle bin at participating stores (coming soon) or
Get a Mavea paid shipping label

How it works:
1. Once you have 6* MAXTRA filter [...]


Carbon Nation is a film hitting cinemas in America this month, and being screened at various venues around the world, the film is a fresh and optimistic take on tackling climate change. The producers explain,
Carbon Nation is an optimistic, solutions-based, non-preachy, non-partisan, big tent film that shows tackling climate change boosts the economy, increases national [...]


Using farm-fresh ingredients, Rachel Dreskin of Seasonal Brooklyn shares her homemade recipe for Butternut Squash Soup topped with crispy, fried cremini and shiitake mushrooms. Enjoy!

To see more recipes using MAVEA filtered water, check out Inspired Water’s Vimeo page!




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