Ideal uses for SpaTap include: camping, surfing, sport, barbequing, outside latrines, inside field kitchens, temporary housing, cleaning a baby, showering cubicles, mobile doctors, first aid tents, trekking, fishing, on a boat, in a car, in the garden, before eating, or doing the dishes! Anywhere you need a tap, SpaTap is the portable answer.
SpaTap Founder Stuart Mason remarked, “For too long plastic bottles have been going into the ocean or landfill. Lack of awareness and alternative uses of this resource continues to have dire consequences for our marine health, wildlife and pollution. Recycling is great but is only part of the answer, we can also upcycle which is the top of the list as far as environmentally friendly procedures go. Upcycling is re-purposing a waste material and turning it into something useful.”
SpaTaps’s unique ability to instantly transform a plastic bottle into a flow controllable tap has already gathered interest from international aid and relief agencies, as a hygiene and sanitation solution for emergency and disaster situations.
Mason says, “We want to launch the SpaTap for people’s everyday use and enjoyment and also to help the developing world overcome basic hygiene issues which can help save lives”.
SpaTap will be launching their innovative eco-friendly water saving tap on 2nd June on the Kickstarter website, to watch the video and find out more about the SpaTap and how it works visit www.spatap.com
You Can Watch
The SpaTap Kickstarter Video Here
The SpaTap Surf Video Here
The SpaTap and AFL
SpaTap Media Pack
The SpaTap company produces a range of pocket sized devices that can transform any plastic bottle into a water reservoir feeding a tap, shower, heater or water purifier.
The SpaTap product range can be used for washing, heating, storage and purification of water easily, quickly and anywhere.
Stuart Adam Mason, Founder
78 Suncoast Beach Drive, Mount Coolum, Queensland, Australia 4573
If every person in Australia used a SpaTap to wash and shower it is estimated the amount of water saved would exceed 162,585,965,000 litres annually.