Epinoia Aeon Federation emphasizes the advancements needed for improving drinking water

The Swiss-based company launched its initiative to help support people in finding sustainable ways to improve their drinking water.

Switzerland – Epinoia Aeon Federation (AEF), a Swiss federation of five global corporations has recently critiqued governments and local authorities on the poor service and protection of natural water resources. The organization has set out to raise awareness around current issues imposed by authorities leading global nations towards degradation. 

 The federation has only recently become known and has given many people the notion to be aware of current dangers looming in their drinking water. Although many governments in the developed world have already been approached by other entities about drinking water not adhering to scientific standards, Epinoia Aeon is changing the game completely. “We’re not only facing grave threats from our ecosystem being under attack by our consumer culture and toxic habits but more so, our delivering of drinking water, in many places around the world has become crippled over the last few decades,” shares a spokesperson of the organization.

Although citizens in cosmopolitan cities have been enjoying purified water for years, some dangers in their deliverance are quickly becoming a threat to this natural resource. AEF has raised concerns around the current issue which may only become more obvious in the future and is setting out to educate and assist governments and nations around the globe to find better and more eco-friendly methods to sterilize not only tap water, but also at water bottling plantations. United World Nations, a movement inspired by AEF missions has seen the prioritizing of recycling plastic, reusing water, and finding new and improved methods to become a global community in the fight against climate change.

Support for these movements is now more important than ever, as dangerous toxins haven been affecting our drinking water, whether it’s from the tap, or bottled at source. AEF has been efficiently extracting natural Krystal Grid glacial alkaline water from Iceland and Greenland that offers better and more balanced properties that regenerate our natural bio cells. The water then undergoes a combination of natural and enriched oxygen to deliver improved health benefits.

The organization isn’t only bringing the seriousness of the issue to light but has in time managed to generate solutions that can easily be implemented in developed and developing nations across the world. People who are interested can get in touch via their website on   

“The current system for delivering drinking water to many individuals stem from years of traditional methods that have infused our water with micro-toxins and poisons we’re not even fully aware of. We’re not here to cause a war or to impose stricter regulations, AEF wants to promote the welfare of our natural resources,” the spokesperson shared. As many nations have already seen an extreme shift in seasonal weather, with higher temperatures, longer summers, and hotter droughts – it’s clear that our consumption of natural resources has been tearing the earth at the seams.

AEF has quickly managed to become affluent in their abilities to set the facts straight and offer natural and eco-diverse solutions. A major problem that has been devastating the world on a global scale is the use of plastic bottles. Currently, the world produces around 35 billion plastic bottles each year, with just one bottle using 2 liters of water and 4000 kJ during the production process. Research has shown that recycling one ton of plastic each year can save an additional 2600 liters of oil and almost 6000 kWh of electricity.

 “We’re emphasizing with millions of people to rethink and reshape their habits, educating themselves on philanthropic and environmental mindsets. Promoting naturalistic lifestyles will give humans the needed push to become interconnected with the earth, and the beauty it has been offering us for so long,” he concludes.

Humanity is currently facing some brutal challenges, and the current global pandemic has seen an overall decrease in CO2 emissions across the globe. As many nations start making a return to normality, a sharp rise in consumer culture and basic needs will become apparent, disremembering how our collective effort has already made a lasting impact on the world.