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3M "Filtrete Water Station"

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Fresh, good-tasting water is a must, whether you’re at home or on the water. The 3M “Filtrete™ Water Station” filters your tap water to remove sediment, as well as chemical tastes and smells. It comes with four BPA-free portable water bottles to take along on your next kayak angling outing.


  • Save up to 3,000 bottles of water per year
  • BPA-free and dishwasher safe
  • Filters from tap
  • Includes docking station and lid
  • Includes one Filtrete Fast Flow Filter


  • Item Weight: 2.8 pounds
  • Product Dimensions: 12.5 x 8.1 x 8.1in
  • Item model #: WS01-WH




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(Updated: July 23, 2013)

subtraction of your empty plastic water bottles

While surfing and getting organized for the upcoming 2012 launch of the Kentucky Kayak Fishing Association, I've been reading a lot of environmental information. It has me thinking about ways to promote sustainability.

Whether it’s sustainable fishing, environment, or simply living a sustainable lifestyle there are small actions we can take every day.

A move I made a couple of months ago was to purchase the 3-M Filtrete Water Station system.

I know everyone has probably tried the Brita type pitchers in the past and they were awfully slow to fill. What I found with the Water Station is that the entire appliance will fit under the faucet in your sink and the bottles fill very quickly. I like the fact that it’s filling 16 oz bottles for me rather than a pitcher that I have to in turn, pour into bottles.

It comes with a filter and four BPA free bottles and a built in indicator to let you know when a filter change is due. You can also buy additional bottles, four for around 14.00. The best part about this is you’ve got great-tasting, filtered water, all coming from your own tap, instead of carting case after case of bottled water home from the grocery. But the biggest PLUS of all in my opinion is the subtraction of your empty plastic water bottles from the recycle stations or landfills!

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
  • Salwater Flats
  • Saltwater Bays
7-15 times
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