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  1. Laura

    Letter to Erin:

    Hi Erin,

    I recently read an article about you regarding bottled water by By Ron Dicker on Yahoo DailyFinance: http://srph.it/vAovC2 and felt compelled to re-post the article on my blog: (http://thewaterfilterladysblog.com/2011/10/29/erin-brockovich-crusades-against-bottled-water/).

    I have been following you and watching you for years and have been inspired by you. As a matter of fact, this is the second article that I have re-posted about you in the past week. I live in Florida, and am very concerned about water and our environment and how it relates to safe drinking water, water filters, etc.

    In the latest article I see that you have not found a drinking water filter to “endorse” as of yet, and I am going to be very bold and ask you to please take a look at the Multi-Pure water filter. (Multi-Pure is endorsed by both the Environmental Working Group, Stephanie Soechtig of the documentary film”Tapped”). Furthermore, Multi-Pure is used throughout the world by: hospitals, major universities and schools; laboratories; restaurants; the U.S. military; foreign embassies; major airlines; and more importantly by more than two million consumers world wide.

    Multi-Pure Drinking Water Systems was founded in December, 1970, to become the premier manufacturer of high quality drinking water treatment devices that are NSF certified to reduce more contaminants than any other water filter on the market today.

    I would be honored if you would at least take a look at the Multi-Pure company/products, certifications and credentials. As the Leader in the drinking water industry, we would be honored to have you endorse our products.

    Erin, I sincerely Thank you for taking the time to consider Multi-Pure. Please contact me if you have any questions. You may visit our headquarters website at http://multipure.com

    Laura Newton

  2. R Hicks

    People spend unnecessary money on bottled water. I have a reuseable plastic bottle that I refill and carry with me. Saves a ton of money and it is good for environment

  3. Deniz Tomanbay

    It’s unbelievable that we continue to rely so heavily on bottled water products even though there are almost no benefits and an alarming amount of damages to both consumers and the world as a whole. This article you found does an excellent job at pointing out some of these negatives. I’m glad to have come across your inspiring blog! 🙂

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