Water Bottles

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Water bottles
“Not only does bottled water lead to unbelievable pollution but plastic has chemicals in it!” Suzuki states. Have you ever bought a package of water at the grocery store and then went on, without thinking about where it came from? In fact spring water is found at hazardous dumping sites. Why buy bottled water when 25% of bottled water is actually tap water and that tap water is nowhere near free from clean.. Some chemicals you can find in water bottles are Biphenyl A. Reusing these bottles can be harmful as well. Each time you reuse them the chemicals spread more and more. Each time the chemicals spread through your body and into the fluids from the water. Many water bottles such as Sigg, Klean Kanteen and Gaiam prevent
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That is just one example of how the treatment can be filthy or disgusting. Dasani is one of the best brands of plastic water bottles to use. It uses purified tap water which is better for us than most brands. This water may not always be treated and if it is not and comes from taps these taps are nowhere near free from dangerous. The treatment for the water is terrible for the environment they use a flame broiler which pollutes the environment especially on metal or plastic. The treatment for tap water is much better than the treatment for plastic bottles. So why choose all the bad treatment that takes hours when it takes seconds for tap water to be treated?

Plastic bottles are definitely popular. They are also good to be recycled which turns into the reusable bags some of us or most of use at the grocery store. Do you use them? Well if so chances are good you have recycled a bottle that has turned into one of those bags. Which brings me to my last and final idea . Everyone can recycle their bottles , however not everyone does. If everyone recycled their bottles than we could have so many of those bags it would be flooding the earth or at least Canada. The sad part is only 1/3 Canadians do recycle their bottles. Are you part of the better fraction. If you were to Plastic ones hurt the environment , the cost is expensive and the treatment is horrifying. Well what do you use? So you should definitely use reusable

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