Friday, February 1, 2008

The Bottled Water Alternative

"Americans send about 38 billion water bottles a year to landfills. Considering the 1.5 million barrels of oil needed to make those bottles, the environmental impact of plastic bottle waste is truly staggering." (from Filter for Good)

So filter your water! It saves money and the environment. The low tech route? A water filter on the faucet or a filter pitcher in the fridge. A slightly higher tech version? Try the Innowave Chiller (pictured.) It filters water three times over from your tap.

And take the pledge to reduce bottled water! Go to Filter for Good and find out ways to reduce bottle waste. You can also "map the pledge" to see how many people have pledged to save bottles in your city.


Millennial 4 Earth said...

hey! i was going to post this story ;) don't worry - i've got some other good ones up my sleeve!

Nice said...

Environmental and health-related postings relating to water. Information and news on water filters, refrigerator water filters, parts for water filters, under sink water filters, pitcher water filters, faucet water filters and whole-house water filters.


Anonymous said...

We offer glass water bottles as an alternative to bottled water. I tried to use metal and plastic reusable bottles but did not like them so this is what I found that I love so much, I sell them on my green blog:

club penguin said...

I've got some other good ones up my sleeve!

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