Contestant #3 in our blog contest: Article by Paula van Dun I visited the waterfilterladysblog and the first line that caught my eye was the line "Are you still drinking bottled water?" My answer to this is no. I seldom drink bottled water. I drink the water as it comes out of my tap. I live in the Netherlands in a region where the water is pretty soft and clean. There has been a test comparing tap water and bottled water in the Netherlands. The results were that bottled water was not healthier ...[READ MORE]
Tell Congress to stop wasting tax dollars on bottled water During and after the State of the Union last Tuesday, President Obama and Congressional Republicans waxed poetic about the need to cut wasteful spending in Washington. Here's an easy place to start: According to Corporate Accountability International, Congress spent nearly $200,000 on bottled water in just three months last year. Recent studies estimate that bottled water costs almost 2,000 times more than tap water – even ...[READ MORE]
Ed Amerault - Multipure independent distributor discusses the reason why solid carbon block technology is better than the old gac (granulated activated carbon) water filters.
Tap or Bottled - What Water Is Better?
Companies graded on getting chemical BPA out of cans - USATODAY.com
After years of drinking bottled water, I finally came to my senses after seeing the documentary "Tapped" by Stephanie Soechtig. Even though I owned a water filter, I would still purchase bottled water for the convenience while on the go, at the beach, on vacation, at restaurants, etc. I never gave any thought to where the water came from, the contaminants that were leaching into the water from the bottle, or the environmental impacts that the plastic waste could have on our landfills or oceans. ...[READ MORE]
Heres a great story I read today over on Good Green Witch. Good Green Witch: Bottled Water, Delivered
The Life of a Water Bottle - CNBC
A VERY interesting article hit cyberspace this week on http://www.wowowow.com/, identifying a class of chemicals in your water that can make you fat!On May 11, the White House announced it was targeting a new threat to America’s health and security. It wasn’t some rogue nation or terrorist organization, or a newfound disease or environmental threat, but endocrine-disrupting chemicals, or EDCs. Scientists have coined a new term for these chemicals — "obesogens" — because they "may promote weight ...[READ MORE]