In the U.S., 1.5 million tons of waste is created per year from plastic water bottles resulting in more places putting a ban on them. Katie Couric has more.
A Better Way to Water looks at the most common drinking water problems and discusses the advantages of Multi-Pure's superior carbon block filtration technology. You'll learn why Multi-Pure Drinking Water Systems are the best choice for healthier, great-tasting water right from your tap. You'll discover that Multi-Pure is The Better Way to Water. Guaranted. *Want to receive a discount on your Multi-Pure purchase? Mention this blog post and use referral code 417278-disc for a substantial savings ...[READ MORE]
Today we celebrate both "No Plastic Day" & "World Oceans Day"!No Plastic Day is a world wide event intended to bring awareness of the over consumption of disposable plastic goods such as plastic bags and bottles. It is well known that there are floating islands of trash in most of the world's oceans. The huge amounts of plastic trash we all discard daily doesn't decompose, doesn't break down, and most of it is toxic to the animals that accidentally consume it. The current rate of plastic ...[READ MORE]
Have you heard of "The Blue Death"? This medical history book written by Robert Morris MD, PhD, reads more like a mystery novel and is a real page-turner.The author specializes in drinking water epidemiology and raises the alarm about hidden perils in our tap water. He says "Most chemicals are not regulated. Only 91 contaminants are regulated by the Safe Drinking Water Act, but there are more than 60,000 chemicals produced in the US, many of which appear in water supplies at low levels - ...[READ MORE]
Bisphenol-A, a toxic chemical used to make baby bottles, plastic water bottles, and food and beverage can liners, has been linked to heart disease and diabetes. Even so, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) insists that the chemical is fine for use by infants, children and adults. BPA, an artificial sex hormone, has produced irreversible damage in test animals. It has been under fire from environmentalists, scientists, and, increasingly, concerned moms.The FDA, the federal agency charged ...[READ MORE]
It's simple: Don't drink water in bottles By Nili MageeImagine a world with no fresh water. The idea may seem impossible to some. I, however, feel that this is an issue that needs to be addressed.Fresh water is taken for granted in our society. The thought of it eventually running out doesn't occur to a lot of people. Congress is allowing the bottled water company, Nestle, to pump 300 million gallons of water per day from Lake Michigan to sell back to Michigan residents.Water not only is being ...[READ MORE]
Some folks were complaining that water filter lady didnt know how to put her lipstick on correctly and that plastic man was making fun of her, so Go green guy came up with the idea of transforming them into humans so that plastic man couldnt recognize them. Super Hero Video Series #4Tune in for more adventures of the water filter lady and go green guy here or Visit our youtube channel to follow
Ok.. Here goes! Video number 3 in our Multi-Pure Super Hero video series. I realize they are a bit silly, but we're having fun, and Go Green Guy is so sweet, you just gotta love him. ;) (thats my hubby)If you would like to be featured in an upcoming video on Carlos Waterpures' t.v. talk show join multi-pure and become a Multi-Pure Super Hero Today!Visit our youtube channel to follow water filter lady and go green guys adventures!
Here is the second video, in a series of video's my hubby Carl is producing. Carlos Waterpure interviews plastic man. To help stop plastic man and his plastic waste, visit: http://www.thewaterfilterlady.com/ visit our youtube channel and subscribe to see more super hero cartoons soon.
Thursday, my daughter Kira and I went to go hang out at the beach. While we were there, we decided to see how much plastic we could find. And here you go... This is the plastic we picked up from Daytona beach in a matter of less than 10 minutes, in about a 1 block area. Among our cache of plastic found was a plastic spoon and fork, a toothbrush, a black balloon from a "graduation" party, several water bottle caps, an empty water bottle, an old fashioned hair roller insert, a straw, and an ...[READ MORE]