BOTTLED WATER VS. FILTERED WATER

Despite all the hype and expensive ad campaigns, the healthiest water does not come in a bottle. 

Companies like Coca-Cola and PepsiCo, with their Dasani and Aquafina bottled water products, spend millions of dollars on ads that depict freshness and purity... when in fact both of these brands, like many leading brands, use municipally treated tap water as the source.

It is unrealistic to think that water can be bottled in plastic containers, produced at a bottling factory, transported and stored at high temperatures for months at a time and be purer than what a basic home water filtration system can provide. It is impossible to get chemical free water from a plastic bottle.

Basic home water filtration is more convenient, produces higher quality water and costs a fraction of what bottled water costs. "10 times the quality, 1/10th the cost and no pollution!"

Bottled water causes over 60,000,000 plastic bottles to be produced, filled, transported and disposed of "every day" in America. It is an environmental nightmare.

- It takes 3 times as much water to produce the bottle as it does to fill it.

- Use of fossil fuels and the related emissions from transporting dense, heavy containers of water throughout America make it even worse.

- Plastic takes over 300 years to degrade in nature.

- Plastic was invented 140 years ago and it is all still here, piling up in our landfills, oceans, and communities. Seldom is there a great environmental change we can make that offers better quality, more convenience and at 1/10th the cost. Switching from bottled water to home water filtration does just that!

Quality in-home water filtration is by far the best way to ensure healthy water for you and your family. A single home or office water filtration system can prevent thousands of plastic bottles "per year" from entering and damaging our environment. For more information of the world's Number 1 selling water purification brand. Contact 22 Associates - hello@twenty2.sg

Source: www.bottledwaterblues.com

 

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