After five years at 259 E. 10th St., the Molecule Project, which offers a variety of clean drinking water alternatives, has announced that the shop is closing next month here between Avenue A and First Avenue...
Their aim, per the shop's website:
Our goal at The Molecule Project is to support good health for people and planet by promoting minimal carbon footprint, clean drinking water alternatives.
The Molecule Project offers a new model for drinking water for all, rooted in the use of the industry’s highest-grade residential and commercial water treatment, filtration and purification systems.
They did know the water is perfectly fine in NYC, right?
I'm shocked they lasted as long as they did, the stuff that comes out of my tap is great
NYC has some of the cleanest tap water in the world. Nothing about this place reduces a carbon footprint, good riddance
Many people periodically get sediminent from the old pipes in their water. I filter my water and the filters turn black after awhile. If the building furnace stops and re-starts or something, then the bath water turns brown for a short water.
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