Kishu Charcoal Water Filter Stick - To Go


Kishu Charcoal Water Filter Stick - To Go

The Charcoal Water Filter Stick - To Go from Kishu turns any water bottle into a water purifying vessel in minutes! These artisan-made charcoal sticks are a great replacement to the traditional plastic heavy purifiers and are a great option for 12-16 oz water bottles. The NSF Certified Activated Charcoal works by trapping toxins like lead, mercury, copper, aluminum, uranium, and molybdenum - heavy metals that one does not want in their drinking water! What’s left is delicious drinking water infused with calcium, magnesium, and potassium. Start drinking clean water today with this zero-water purifier!

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Made Without

  • BPA free, Plastic Free


  • Product packaged in paper packaging with no plastic or foam
  • Ships plastic-free in packaging made from recycled content


  • NSF Certified Activated Carbon
  • Kishu uses labels that are made from paper that is FSC® Certified, SFI® Certified Sourcing, and Rainforest Alliance Certified™


  • Handcrafted by artisans in Japan

End of Life

  • Can be used as a fridge air filter, crumbled and added to a garden or compost bin
Women Owned
This brand is owned by a majority of women. This includes everything from a small one-woman shop to a larger company where more than 51% of women make up the ownership team.

This product contains material that can break down into soil in either a backyard or industrial composting system. These products are declared compostable by the manufacturer, but may not third-party certified. Contact your local waste-hauler or composting facility to determine where these materials may be accepted. Certain materials may be better fit for industrial facilities than backyard composting systems. Industrial facilities may not exist in your area.