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  • There are microplastics in bottled water. 93% of 11 brands of bottled water contained microplastic and the average across brands was 325 microplastics particles per liter. Today, we don't already know the effects and if it's dangerous for us but most think so. Avoid plastic bottle is the solution, take water at your tap or anywhere else..
#plastic #microplastic #planet #bottledwater
  • There are microplastics in bottled water. 93% of 11 brands of bottled water contained microplastic and the average across brands was 325 microplastics particles per liter. Today, we don't already know the effects and if it's dangerous for us but most think so. Avoid plastic bottle is the solution, take water at your tap or anywhere else..
    #plastic #microplastic #planet #bottledwater

  •  2  0  1 hour ago
  • Dress up a water bottle to your own liking with custom labels. Personalize our various bottle sizes with your own design or message.
  • Dress up a water bottle to your own liking with custom labels. Personalize our various bottle sizes with your own design or message.

  •  3  1  3 hours ago
  • TAG A FRIEND WHO DRINKS TAP WATER // In fact, 47 different pharmaceutical drugs were detected in source water samples that feed into drinking water treatment plants, and 37 different drugs were found in the water after it was treated at 25 drinking water treatment plants across the US, according to a February report
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Here's the real shocker: The presence of pharmaceuticals is not regulated in our #drinkingwater supply. "People may find it hard to believe, but this country still doesn't require our drinking #water systems to remove prescription drugs and many other #contaminants from our tap water
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These pharmaceutical agents include analgesic, #antibiotic, anticoagulant, antidepressant, antihistamine, and antihypertensive drugs, hormones (from oral contraceptives and #hormone-therapy), and muscle relaxants, among others. #Lithium (used to treat #bipolar disorder), carbamazepine (an analgesic/anticonvulsant), metoprolol (an antihypertensive), and buproprion (an #antidepressant) were the most frequently detected drugs in the water samples after treatment
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Because these drugs are present in trace amounts in the drinking water supply, there isn't an imminent #danger to human #health. But experts are concerned about the long-term effects from repeated exposure because "they have the potential to bio- accumulate and be #toxic to humans
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Drinking bottled water isn't necessarily the solution, because depending on how it is sourced and treated, bottled water may contain these #pharmaceuticals, too. After all, "a lot of #bottledwater comes out of a tap somewhere," Schettler says. "If it's treated with reverse osmosis, it's likely to be cleaner.” At home, if the filter on your tap or fridge contains active carbon, it may help remove some of these drugs from your tap water. An even better system is the combination of reverse osmosis and carbon-based filtration, which removes more contaminants from #tapwater
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#theboycottmovement
  • TAG A FRIEND WHO DRINKS TAP WATER // In fact, 47 different pharmaceutical drugs were detected in source water samples that feed into drinking water treatment plants, and 37 different drugs were found in the water after it was treated at 25 drinking water treatment plants across the US, according to a February report
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    Here's the real shocker: The presence of pharmaceuticals is not regulated in our #drinkingwater supply. "People may find it hard to believe, but this country still doesn't require our drinking #water systems to remove prescription drugs and many other #contaminants from our tap water
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    These pharmaceutical agents include analgesic, #antibiotic, anticoagulant, antidepressant, antihistamine, and antihypertensive drugs, hormones (from oral contraceptives and #hormone-therapy), and muscle relaxants, among others. #Lithium (used to treat #bipolar disorder), carbamazepine (an analgesic/anticonvulsant), metoprolol (an antihypertensive), and buproprion (an #antidepressant) were the most frequently detected drugs in the water samples after treatment
    🌐
    Because these drugs are present in trace amounts in the drinking water supply, there isn't an imminent #danger to human #health. But experts are concerned about the long-term effects from repeated exposure because "they have the potential to bio- accumulate and be #toxic to humans
    🌐
    Drinking bottled water isn't necessarily the solution, because depending on how it is sourced and treated, bottled water may contain these #pharmaceuticals, too. After all, "a lot of #bottledwater comes out of a tap somewhere," Schettler says. "If it's treated with reverse osmosis, it's likely to be cleaner.” At home, if the filter on your tap or fridge contains active carbon, it may help remove some of these drugs from your tap water. An even better system is the combination of reverse osmosis and carbon-based filtration, which removes more contaminants from #tapwater
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    #theboycottmovement

  •  137  4  7 hours ago
  • No better way to end the day than watching a sunset in paradise🏝🌅 #HawaiiVolcanic 📸@ryzone
  • No better way to end the day than watching a sunset in paradise🏝🌅 #HawaiiVolcanic 📸@ryzone

  •  572  1  7 hours ago
  • Water Love thought of the day 💦 ❤️ Land and soil health are directly-related to #waterquality . What is water quality? 
To me, in part, it’s achieving a standard of health for my water that exceeds the EPA thresholds for allowable limits of toxins. This means supporting conservation practices like marshlands and publicly funding it. It means sourcing water for drinking from safe sources and drinking water that has impurities removed rather than added like neurotoxic fluoride. It also means taking further steps directly at home to remove the ungodly amount of chemicals, pharmaceuticals, heavy metals, VOCs, hormones, and radiological contaminants before my family drinks it. It also means choosing purified Rainsoft water with low negative environmental impact. #Rainsoft water systems are only sold directly to consumers by dealerships not middlemen big box stores that waste on shipping, transport, packing, and economies.  We’re local small businesses selling American goods.  We also don’t feed the world’s largest #marketinghoax ...#bottledwater . In other words, Rainsoft #reverseosmosis and #watersoftener are #sustainablewater solutions for the home. I hope this fills your cup before taking your next sip or soaking in your next steamy bath. 🛁 I’d love to hear about what water quality also means to you! 👇🏻
  • Water Love thought of the day 💦 ❤️ Land and soil health are directly-related to #waterquality . What is water quality?
    To me, in part, it’s achieving a standard of health for my water that exceeds the EPA thresholds for allowable limits of toxins. This means supporting conservation practices like marshlands and publicly funding it. It means sourcing water for drinking from safe sources and drinking water that has impurities removed rather than added like neurotoxic fluoride. It also means taking further steps directly at home to remove the ungodly amount of chemicals, pharmaceuticals, heavy metals, VOCs, hormones, and radiological contaminants before my family drinks it. It also means choosing purified Rainsoft water with low negative environmental impact. #Rainsoft water systems are only sold directly to consumers by dealerships not middlemen big box stores that waste on shipping, transport, packing, and economies. We’re local small businesses selling American goods. We also don’t feed the world’s largest #marketinghoax ... #bottledwater . In other words, Rainsoft #reverseosmosis and #watersoftener are #sustainablewater solutions for the home. I hope this fills your cup before taking your next sip or soaking in your next steamy bath. 🛁 I’d love to hear about what water quality also means to you! 👇🏻

  •  2  0  9 hours ago
  • You wont miss the days of drinking dead plastic water. Trust me. Case after case after case (all that waste!😥🌍❌♻️) i use my kangen machine to produce the best water on earth that is actually LIVING alkaline water! 
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  • You wont miss the days of drinking dead plastic water. Trust me. Case after case after case (all that waste!😥🌍❌♻️) i use my kangen machine to produce the best water on earth that is actually LIVING alkaline water!
    Order your kangen machine today! Dm now

  •  8  2  9 hours ago
  • Lorsqu'on essaie de guérir, on envisage souvent des tas de solutions, on change son alimentation, son hygiène de vie, ses produits de beauté, etc., mais on oublie parfois l'essentiel, de vérifier la qualité de l'eau avec laquelle on arrose tous les jours la belle plante que l'on est 🌱.
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J'ai toujours bu l'eau du robinet, mais j'en étais arrivée à un point où il était contre-productif d'essayer de rééquilibrer tant bien que mal ma flore intestinale (qui est composée de bactéries vivantes) en l'arrosant à longueur de journée de petites doses de chlore dont le but est justement de tuer toutes les bactéries.
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L'option de l'eau en bouteilles plastiques était inenvisageable pour ma conscience écologique (sans parler des micro particules de plastiques que l'on ingère au passage) et aller chercher de l'eau à la source dans des bouteilles en verre était super contraignant.
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Après mûre réflexion, j'ai donc investi dans cette fontaine filtrante et j'en suis ravie ! Premièrement, le goût de l'eau n'a rien à voir. On a l'impression de boire de l'eau de source. Et deuxièmement, elle permet de filtrer 99,9 % des contaminants (virus, bactéries, spores, moisissures, résidus de médicaments et d'hormones, métaux lourds, pesticides, etc.) et donne une eau ionisée et alcaline qui contribue à réduire l'acidité du corps.
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Vous pouvez commencer par vous renseigner sur la qualité de l'eau du robinet de votre commune. Les résultats des tests sont normalement disponibles en ligne ou auprès des services d'approvisionnement en eau. Et prenez le temps de choisir la solution qui fonctionne pour vous.
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#eaufiltree #eaudurobinet #tapwater #toxines #toxinremoval #ihplife #coachdevie #healthcoach #reequilibrersasante #microbiome #microbiote #eauenbouteille #bottledwater #retrouverlasanté #leakygut #permeabiliteintestinale #hygienedevie
  • Lorsqu'on essaie de guérir, on envisage souvent des tas de solutions, on change son alimentation, son hygiène de vie, ses produits de beauté, etc., mais on oublie parfois l'essentiel, de vérifier la qualité de l'eau avec laquelle on arrose tous les jours la belle plante que l'on est 🌱.
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    J'ai toujours bu l'eau du robinet, mais j'en étais arrivée à un point où il était contre-productif d'essayer de rééquilibrer tant bien que mal ma flore intestinale (qui est composée de bactéries vivantes) en l'arrosant à longueur de journée de petites doses de chlore dont le but est justement de tuer toutes les bactéries.
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    L'option de l'eau en bouteilles plastiques était inenvisageable pour ma conscience écologique (sans parler des micro particules de plastiques que l'on ingère au passage) et aller chercher de l'eau à la source dans des bouteilles en verre était super contraignant.
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    Après mûre réflexion, j'ai donc investi dans cette fontaine filtrante et j'en suis ravie ! Premièrement, le goût de l'eau n'a rien à voir. On a l'impression de boire de l'eau de source. Et deuxièmement, elle permet de filtrer 99,9 % des contaminants (virus, bactéries, spores, moisissures, résidus de médicaments et d'hormones, métaux lourds, pesticides, etc.) et donne une eau ionisée et alcaline qui contribue à réduire l'acidité du corps.
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    Vous pouvez commencer par vous renseigner sur la qualité de l'eau du robinet de votre commune. Les résultats des tests sont normalement disponibles en ligne ou auprès des services d'approvisionnement en eau. Et prenez le temps de choisir la solution qui fonctionne pour vous.
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    #eaufiltree #eaudurobinet #tapwater #toxines #toxinremoval #ihplife #coachdevie #healthcoach #reequilibrersasante #microbiome #microbiote #eauenbouteille #bottledwater #retrouverlasanté #leakygut #permeabiliteintestinale #hygienedevie

  •  11  12  13 hours ago
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ขนาดขวด : 600 ml
สีฝา : สีแแดง
ฉลาก : พื้นใส
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#oem #branding #bottledwater #onestopservice
  • เราคือ one stop service รับผลิตน้ำดื่มแบรนด์ของคุณ เรามีรูปแบบขวดและขนาดให้เลือกหลากหลายแบบตามที่คุณต้องการ
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    สเปคน้ำดื่ม
    น้ำดื่มตรา : กุ้งตระกร้าเศรษฐี
    ขนาดขวด : 600 ml
    สีฝา : สีแแดง
    ฉลาก : พื้นใส
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    รับผลิตน้ำดื่มตามแบรนด์ของคุณเอง
    สนใจติดต่อสอบถามได้ที่ 090-440-0335
    #oem #branding #bottledwater #onestopservice

  •  2  0  20 hours ago
  • We’re not even in the same building haha 😂!
#NotAllWaterIsTheSame
Ask us why!
  • We’re not even in the same building haha 😂!
    #NotAllWaterIsTheSame
    Ask us why!

  •  5  8  15 December, 2019
  • Treat yourself to nothing but The Best!🤙💦 #HawaiiVolcanic
  • Treat yourself to nothing but The Best!🤙💦 #HawaiiVolcanic

  •  326  3  14 December, 2019
  • Treat yourself to some seasonal bakes this season, and of course plenty of hydration. 😋 It's all about balance, after all.
  • Treat yourself to some seasonal bakes this season, and of course plenty of hydration. 😋 It's all about balance, after all.

  •  46  1  14 December, 2019
  • Tag someone you love and remind them their health and well being means the world to you. 💦❤️
  • Tag someone you love and remind them their health and well being means the world to you. 💦❤️

  •  36  3  14 December, 2019

Top #bottledwater Posts

  • GIVE IT UP AND CARRY YOUR WATER BOTTLE!!!⁣
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Here’s some stats...⁣
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💧A million plastic bottles are bought around the world every minute - which breaks down to 20,000 plastic bottles a second - and that number will jump another 20% by 2021. ⁣
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💦Bottled water is almost 2,000 times more energy intensive to produce than tap water⁣
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💧Plastic bottles can take 450 years or more to break down and decompose. Some estimates push that number closer to 1,000 years.⁣
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💦Researchers recently tested bottled water for micro plastic particles and found that 93 per cent of the water tested contained some sort of microplastic, including polypropylene, polystyrene, nylon and polyethylene terephthalate (PET). ⁣
⁣ 💧It takes three times the water to make the bottle as it does to fill it⁣
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💦One gallon of bottled water costs approximately 2,000 times more than the cost of a gallon of tap water ⁣
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💬Who’s still buying bottled water?⁣
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💬We’d love to hear your thoughts on this!⁣
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♻️🌎Follow @eco_alyn⁣⁣
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♻️🌏Follow @eco_alyn⁣⁣
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✅Grab Your FREE E-book, Link in the Bio⁣
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#bottledwater #saveearth #savetheocean #plasticfreeuk #saveouroceans #savetheplanet #saveourseas #plasticfree #plasticfreejuly #plasticsollution #plasticsucks #plasticfreeforthesea #plasticfreeliving #fridaysforfuture #climatestrike #plasticfreeoceans #lifewithoutplastic⁣
  • GIVE IT UP AND CARRY YOUR WATER BOTTLE!!!⁣

    Here’s some stats...⁣

    💧A million plastic bottles are bought around the world every minute - which breaks down to 20,000 plastic bottles a second - and that number will jump another 20% by 2021. ⁣

    💦Bottled water is almost 2,000 times more energy intensive to produce than tap water⁣

    💧Plastic bottles can take 450 years or more to break down and decompose. Some estimates push that number closer to 1,000 years.⁣

    💦Researchers recently tested bottled water for micro plastic particles and found that 93 per cent of the water tested contained some sort of microplastic, including polypropylene, polystyrene, nylon and polyethylene terephthalate (PET). ⁣
    ⁣ 💧It takes three times the water to make the bottle as it does to fill it⁣

    💦One gallon of bottled water costs approximately 2,000 times more than the cost of a gallon of tap water ⁣

    💬Who’s still buying bottled water?⁣

    💬We’d love to hear your thoughts on this!⁣

    ♻️🌎Follow @eco_alyn⁣⁣
    ♻️🌍Follow @eco_alyn⁣⁣
    ♻️🌏Follow @eco_alyn⁣⁣
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    ✅Grab Your FREE E-book, Link in the Bio⁣

    Source: ecologos⁣

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    #bottledwater #saveearth #savetheocean #plasticfreeuk #saveouroceans #savetheplanet #saveourseas #plasticfree #plasticfreejuly #plasticsollution #plasticsucks #plasticfreeforthesea #plasticfreeliving #fridaysforfuture #climatestrike #plasticfreeoceans #lifewithoutplastic

  •  8,754  58  24 October, 2019
  • After making this video, I further researched this product, I am sorry, it is confusing, but that's not my fault ;-) Firstly, it is wonderful that people are researching and working on alternatives to oil based plastics. But, with the new trend of demonising plastic (yep hand up, this is what I have been fighting for) this opens up opportunities for businesses to jump on the 'anti-plastic' bandwagon and make a grab for our 'Greenie' $$$ So please, do not accept anything a product says based on a quick glance and claims of being 'green' by a company. Please dig a little and you might find it is not what it is pretending to be.

This product is very complex and misleading, I was gnashing my teeth trying to unravel the obvious and hidden information.

Let me start out by saying, unless you live somewhere with highly contaminated water, or it is a dehydration emergency, we should not be buying water in single-use-packaging at all. We should all have a good filter (mine is ceramic) and fill our own re-usable bottles. So, first point is that this product is not 'just water' it is a resource intensive container, that happens to have water in it. And this water is from Australia and sold in Australia, where our tap water is fantastic compared to other parts of the world and is drinkable.

The carton says, "Go ahead judge the drink by its carton," so let's do it - without further ado, onto the product's claims:

Made from 54% paper that is 'Sustainably Forestry sourced'. I can't see where the trees are, but when investigating this on their website, it links to a section about water usage for trees in the United States. I think this kind of negates the claims of it being better for greenhouse emissions when we can just turn our tap on in Australia. Regular Tetra Paks use paper too, the good thing is that at least this product is sourcing the cardboard with some care. "28% plant based plastic"... good that we are exploring non-oil based plastics, but just because plastic is made from a plant, it does not mean it is biodegradable, though I suspect the company might want busy customers to think it is. Cont in comments ...
  • After making this video, I further researched this product, I am sorry, it is confusing, but that's not my fault ;-) Firstly, it is wonderful that people are researching and working on alternatives to oil based plastics. But, with the new trend of demonising plastic (yep hand up, this is what I have been fighting for) this opens up opportunities for businesses to jump on the 'anti-plastic' bandwagon and make a grab for our 'Greenie' $$$ So please, do not accept anything a product says based on a quick glance and claims of being 'green' by a company. Please dig a little and you might find it is not what it is pretending to be.

    This product is very complex and misleading, I was gnashing my teeth trying to unravel the obvious and hidden information.

    Let me start out by saying, unless you live somewhere with highly contaminated water, or it is a dehydration emergency, we should not be buying water in single-use-packaging at all. We should all have a good filter (mine is ceramic) and fill our own re-usable bottles. So, first point is that this product is not 'just water' it is a resource intensive container, that happens to have water in it. And this water is from Australia and sold in Australia, where our tap water is fantastic compared to other parts of the world and is drinkable.

    The carton says, "Go ahead judge the drink by its carton," so let's do it - without further ado, onto the product's claims:

    Made from 54% paper that is 'Sustainably Forestry sourced'. I can't see where the trees are, but when investigating this on their website, it links to a section about water usage for trees in the United States. I think this kind of negates the claims of it being better for greenhouse emissions when we can just turn our tap on in Australia. Regular Tetra Paks use paper too, the good thing is that at least this product is sourcing the cardboard with some care. "28% plant based plastic"... good that we are exploring non-oil based plastics, but just because plastic is made from a plant, it does not mean it is biodegradable, though I suspect the company might want busy customers to think it is. Cont in comments ...

  •  1,771  86  4 hours ago
  • 》'If you want to change the world, start with YOURSELF.'⁣
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Mahatma Gandhi⁣
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Photo @awastefreeworld
  • 》'If you want to change the world, start with YOURSELF.'⁣

    Mahatma Gandhi⁣


    Photo @awastefreeworld

  •  2,399  41  17 November, 2019