PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT
Reusability is a big buzz word in the green community, and for good reason. It means that the product can be used over a long period of time rather than just for a single use. The most common example of an item that is not reusable would be the throw-away plastic bottles used as containers for store-bought bottled water.
Bottled water is the single largest growth area among all beverages according to the Beverage Marketing Corporation. Most bottled water is consumed away from home, usually at a park, in an office or even while driving — areas where there's usually no recycling. Recycling of plastic bottles is the eco-responsible thing to do however it’s not always done. Only about 12 percent of disposable plastic water bottles are recycled.
The sad truth is that surveys show that approximately 95% of plastic products are still thrown into landfills and dumps. According to industry sources, Americans throw away 22 billion empty plastic water bottles every year.
One obvious answer is for all of us to promote drinking from reusable bottles. Just as food stores are selling reusable cloth shopping bags in an effort to minimize disposable plastic shopping bag litter, using reusable bottles greatly helps reduce unnecessary environmental waste caused by plastic PET water bottles.
Not only are Freedom Filter Bottles reusable, they save consumers hundred of dollars every year by converting tap water into fresh, pure drinking water at a fraction of the cost of bottled water. Just one Freedom Filter Cartridge, filters 40-50 gallons of tap water - more than enough water to fill 300 - 16.9 oz. bottles.
Thinking "reusable" instead of "disposable" is a great place to start. Thinking Freedom Filter Bottle instead of Bottled Water is another. Protect the Environment - Save Money. Win! Win!
Note: Results may vary due to local water quality