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    Story Of Stuff Analysis

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    useful ideas on how to limit the use and waste of plastic water bottles and they are: reusing the bottles at home, recycling with a reputable recycler, and using refillable bottles when able. Using old material at home to create new goods has become a growing part of the US society mainly because of sites like Pinterest that show creative ways to reuse things that would normally be thrown away. This is the same even with plastic bottles, such as making them into lamps, storage devices, car…

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    Hydration Advantages

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    Using a water bottle or hydration pack for backpacking is really an issue of personal preference. ContentsWater bottle vs. hydration pack Hydration packs or bladders give the option to sip water on-the-go without needing to remove a water bottle from a pocket, day-pack, or backpack. This extra convenience means it is possible to drink more water and stay hydrated without even realizing it. But the water bottle can provide a variety of benefits over the hydration pack.Hiking with a…

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    such as, rivers, streams, lakes, and even reservoirs. Also, a variety of people might not know the bottles they are carrying around in their hands will end up being…

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    Choice” It states many good things about bottled water. One of the biggest things they talk about is that it is very convenient and that means when you’re on the go you just grab a bottle of water right out of the fridge, or when you are at a store and you’re thirsty they sell water bottles! If there were no water bottles it would be very odd because you would go to a gas station and there would…

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    Bottle Flipping

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    always on their phones.When the new trend called bottle flipping comes along, they get mad at them for this as well. What do you want from them!!! I mean, bottle flipping keeps kids healthy, gets them off their phones, and helps with physics and fine motor skills. Parents should let kids and teens enjoy their youth. Kids and teens with phones are very isolated these days, and barely interact with other humans. Bottle flipping can help with this. Since bottle flipping is such a popular trend,…

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    Against Bottled Water

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    tap water should be a more favored choice because it can be purified and put into non plastic bottles. In various parts of the passage “Goodbye, Bottled Water?” it explains how plastic water bottles take years to biodegrade, leaking toxic additives into the ground water. My main reason for being against bottled water is because it hurts our environment. It takes 1,000 years for 1 billion plastic bottles to biodegrade in landfills, leaking toxins,such as phthalates, into the ground water in the…

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    “Bottled Insanity” by Michael I. Niman is a very well written opinion regarding the usage of palstic water bottles. This text spefcifically uses the water bottle manufacturer, FIJI, as the main target in this argmuent. His main claim is that production of palstic water bottles hurt the enviroment. He tries to bring awareness to the hidden reprecussions of producing plastic water bottles for consumption. Although it seems like a good idea, Niman points out the faults in this sytem of…

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    details the effects water bottles and water bottle production has on the environment and the people living there. It details the way water bottling companies take advantage of local communities and their environments in order to turn a profit. The movie also discusses the way advertising for bottled water changed and how it motivated Americans to buy more bottled water. Tapped also highlights the dangers of living next to oil plants that are used in the production of plastic bottles. Tapped was…

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    One Perception Check Later A light rain comes to a stop as I walk up the slick driveway of my friend Aaron’s house. I push on the white, waterlogged, wooden fence gate to the backyard and stand just thirty feet from the open garage door. The backyard consists of two halves: the concrete path with a hutch housing rabbits and a grass yard with a brown, stone fire pit. A constant air of music plays from the wind chimes that hang from a vine-covered terrace separating the two areas. We take the…

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    Everyone in the meeting was highly engaged and I used the brainwriting technique and identified the problem statement. Each team member wrote their idea on a sheet of paper and others added to the list. Not only did we find opportunities to improve the bottle and packaging there were additional efficiencies and cost saving opportunities with the liquid. This branwriting session triggered new ideas from the cross functional team and did not stifle divergent thinking. The findings from the…

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