The idea behind clay coffee filters is to provide affordable filters to millions of Rural Indians who are deprived of their rights to safe drinking water. The idea intends to benefit two beneficiaries, the ‘Enablers’ and the Receivers. The enablers include people who will support and facilitate planning and carrying out the project. The receivers include by and large people who are in need of potable water. The receiver will be charged a nominal fee for the filters so that they do not treat it as a charity and it will also inculcate the sense of ownership among them. Recycling coffee grounds used in the filters is not only beneficial in reducing the amount of waste going into landfills but also taking one step closer to eliminating greenhouse gas emissions(i.e reducing methane gas produced by coffee grounds).The clay coffee filters doesn't just filters the contaminants but also fight against E-coli, dysentery causing germs and other bacteria's with a simple application of silver nano particles. Unlike other filters which only settles the contaminants at the bottom,these filters not just make the water clean but also safe for drinking with just a simple solution.