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Refill- not landfill

by admin on June 5, 2008

On average, one person uses 166 disposable plastic water bottles each year. You can help reduce your bottled water usage by using a reusable water bottle. By simply refilling your bottle rather than buying case after case of bottled water, you will help reduce the amount of waste disposable water bottle contribute to landfills.

If you prefer how bottled water tastes over your tap water, consider a water filter like Brita. It can make the water taste better, and also provide health benefits.

It’s estimated that if everyone in New York City were to use a reusable water bottle for one week, for one month, or for one year it would make a significant difference in reducing waste:
One week = 24 million bottles saved
One month = 112 million bottles saved
One year = 1.328 billion bottles saved

The good news is that there’s a small change YOU can make to help reduce this unnecessary waste.

Check out the bottles we have to offer that are available with your personalized message, or one of our recycling messages:


Recycling June 5, 2008 at 6:17 pm

With a little bit of education and understanding we should be able to help the environment by recycling with very little time and effort required on our part.

rw711 June 12, 2008 at 2:26 pm

Hi Marc,

I just emailed a portion of your peice to all SD’s in AZ. It’s a great read! See below:

The majority of the party will get their platform. It’s up to Dean and the DNC to decide where it will take place. Either inside the convention hall where it belongs as part of the democratic process or on the streets of Denver. It will be up to Dean and the DNC to
decide whether they will let the convention choose the nominee by having Clinton’s name on the ballot. If they do, it will keep 1968 where it belongs. In the
history books.


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