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The Life of Bottled Water (Infographic)

March 13, 2012 | 2 Comments

Have you ever wondered what happens to bottled water after it’s trashed (or on rare occasions actually recycled)? Check out the infographic below for a interesting look at where bottled water trash ends up....

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7 Bottled Water Myths – Busted

March 1, 2012 | 47 Comments

In a recent study, bottled water users were twice as likely as non-users to cite health for their choice of beverage. 56% of bottled water users cited taste and 55 percent cited convenience as the...

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Sometimes I feel like tossing bottled water down the toilet to show my disdain. Maybe I’m not the only one? A recent post at the Intuit Blog featured a great visual guide / infograph describing...

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British environmentalist David de Rothschild is planning to sail the Pacific on a boat made of 12,500 drinks bottles. Mr de Rothschild, 31, the youngest son of renowned financier Sir Evelyn de Rothschild and part...

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Reasons to Choose Tap Water Over Bottled

August 12, 2009 | 3 Comments

A recent post on FitSugar noted seven reasons why is makes sense to choose tap water over bottled water. Here is a clip from that list: Sipping bottled water has become such a habit for...

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My previous post offered a few ideas about what to do with old plastic bottles you may have at your workplace or home.  Crafty Reuse has gone a step further, giving us “Ten Projects for...

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Bottled water waste continues to be a major concern for our world. In 2006, Americans used nearly 50 billion plastic water bottles and sent nearly 38 billion to landfills. If laid end to end, that’s...

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