Website - December 16, 2023



Access to clean water is a major issue for many people around the world.

According to the WHO and UNICEF, 2.1 billion people do not have access to safe drinking water, which is 30% of the world's population. Among these people, 159 million continue to drink untreated surface water drawn from rivers or lakes.

Families are being decimated and waterborne diseases are continually increasing. It is our duty to participate in this mission and no longer be mere spectators.

We are proud to present our latest technological innovation aimed at addressing one of the most pressing issues of our time: the scarcity of clean drinking water.

Our dedicated team has developed a revolutionary machine that can filter all water sources, except seawater, into superior quality drinking water. With this state-of-the-art technology, we can provide a sustainable and efficient solution to meet the drinking water needs of communities worldwide.

Explore this section to learn more about our innovative machine and how it can contribute to solving the global drinking water crisis. Together, we can build a future where access to safe and clean drinking water is a reality for all.





It is important to work towards improving access to clean drinking water worldwide, as it can contribute to enhancing health, education, and quality of life for people in developing countries. In India, one million people die each year due to waterborne illnesses, with 70% of them being children. Initiatives such as the establishment of improved water supply systems, raising awareness about the importance of clean drinking water, and international cooperation can all help address this crucial global issue.

Who is FiltraLife intended for?

Our product offers a revolutionary solution that can transform all water sources, except seawater, into high-quality drinkable water. We cater to the needs of governments, armed forces, NGOs, hospitals in remote areas, schools, and businesses. Here’s how our product brings significant added value to these different target audiences:


    Dans le monde, 2,1 milliards de personnes n’ont pas accès à l’eau potable selon l’UNICEF. Paul Minot, entrepreneur et ingénieur à Valence-en-Poitou (86), a inventé FiltraLife Solution, une machine nomade capable de purifier toutes les sources d’eau, rivière, lacs, puits, mares, étangs – à l’exception de l’eau de mer. Il compte la commercialiser à grande échelle. You must fill the 121 liter tank with water from the well or river and activate the semi-rotating handle. Immediately clean water comes out through the tap. The machine can process up to 1300 liters per hour. The Ianesco laboratory, which is certified by the Ministry of Health, supported us in carrying out the analyses. We carried out tests on the Dive (editor’s note: river crossing Valence-en-Poitou) and when it comes out of the machine, the water is drinkable. The machine filters everything. I cannot give more details because there is a patent filed.