NOT ALL WATER IS CREATED EQUAL
Water. It’s the source of all life. We drink it, grow food with it, clean with it and more. We too are mostly made up of water so the type of water we drink, bathe and shower in matters a ton.
Though there are different water sources available, most, if not all, offer poor purity, absorption, and nutritional value. In fact, bottled and tap water have been proven to be hard to absorb and contain 110 pollutants like pharmaceuticals, cleaning products and pesticides!
Unfortunately, water filters alone do not remove the energetic signatures of these 110 pollutants. Even though physical and visible debris can be removed, there is more to be done!
The FreshWater Difference
Because the water you choose to put into your body matters most, we’ve created a technology to purify the unseen structure and energy of the water you count on the way nature intended.
The restructuring and ionization of water happens in nature when water flows over a waterfall or along a mountain wall, smashing it into smaller particles. This allows the water to absorb more oxygen, energy, minerals, frequencies, while at the same time decreasing the pathogen load.
This increased biological availability of nutrients and decreased pathogenic load allows people, animals, and plants to absorb and metabolize this water faster than unstructured water, leading to better hydration, reduced toxic burden, and improved overall health.
LATTICE ENERGY SOLUTIONS
LATTICE partners are all established technology leaders in their respective businesses. We only partner with Tier-1 brands that can ensure the highest quality products, best-inclass warranties, and exceptional service.
FEDERAL SOLAR TAX CREDITS FOR BUSINESSES
There are two tax credits available for businesses and other entities like nonprofits and local and tribal governments that purchase solar energy systems: the investment tax credit (ITC) and the production tax credit (PTC).
REAP GRANT GUIDE
The federal government provides grants to help rural businesses go solar. It does so through the Rural Energy for America Program (REAP). REAP grants have given thousands of farmers and business owners in rural areas across the country the opportunity to power their businesses with solar energy projects.