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    keeping your body hydrated all day long? Is your water bottle easy-to-use? All this can be achieved with a budget-friendly investment on infuser water bottle. These bottles are not only easy-to-use but also offering you option to keep your body hydrated. Just twist the cap off this bottle and then the installed infuser cap and drink the hygienic water. You can add fruit flavours to get splendid water and/or liquid of your choice. 2. Today, infuser water bottle becomes adorable and popular due…

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    Public concern about the public water system has grown tremendously in recent months after a vast amount of lead was found in the water system of a city in Michigan. Yet, even after these recent findings, colleges and universities alike are encouraging the ban of bottled water across the nation. This decision may at first seem “eco-friendly” but in reality it does not improve the environment much, if it does at all. Banning the sale of bottled water on campuses increases the risk of students…

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    Isabel Johnson’s article “Bottled Water, Go Away” brings up a different perspective to an ongoing debate over the impacts of plastic water bottles on the world. She presents both the pros and cons of bottled water. Her reasons, however, do not provide a strong argument since she does not clearly support a single claim. Nonetheless, the reasoning behind her logic is supported using information obtained from research. Her credibility is built, but at the same time lost, from using these resources…

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    the sale and distribution of bottled water on their campuses. Bottled water is allowed on campus, but the institution has decided not to sell or distribute bottled water on campus themselves. Hope College does not have a policy of banning plastic water bottles, however, they should. Plastic water bottles are harmful to the environment, are not as convenient as the free water provided by water fountains on campus, and do not contain better water than tap. Plastic water bottles are harmful to…

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    company to continue to grow. Kombucha is becoming one of the most popular beverages on the market. Today Kombucha boosts the largest segment in the functional beverage category of drinks and foods, which includes fresh juices, yogurt, and coconut water. Kombucha is growing by 30% a year and is expected to be a 500 million dollar industry by the end of 2015 (Erymanthos) Reed’s Kombucha drink has one major competitor in the market which is Millennium Products that distributes GT’s Synergy drinks…

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    It requires three times the amount of water to produce a plastic bottle than to fill it, according to Hana Elisbury who wrote the article “10 Startling Facts About Bottled Water”. There are two ways to create plastic bottles; extrusion and injection. Billions of plastic bottles are used everyday, yet we rarely put much thought into how they are made. The process of making plastic bottles can be divided into three major steps. Assembling the material is the initial necessary step to creating…

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    Countries and cities everywhere are trying to ban the sale of plastic water bottles for many different reasons. Some reasons are for health environment and more, but is the ban worth it? I believe that states should start banning plastic water bottles. My fisrt reason I think we should ban plastic water bottles,even though people are recycling, it isn’t enough for how much plastic water bottles we buy, The author, Katy Steinmetz wrote, “""[The bottles] are not being thrown away … They are…

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    of advertisement. One such example is the water industry, where over $60 million are spent every year (Bottled Water). Arrowhead, Evian, and Propel are three primary examples of water companies whose usage of catchphrases, emotional appeal, and sounds, effectively lure customers into buying their brand-name products. Arrowhead, named after the Arrowhead springs in the San Bernardino Mountains, takes the viewer through the life of a pure droplet of water. As the viewer goes through a first-person…

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    Persuasive Tap Water

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    are-if people should drink bottled water. It is after all very portable and good in extreme citations. This is a problem though because the bottles are made of plastic which fills our oceans and landfills and takes many years to decompose. Other people say the water is bad for the body, they say the chemicals in the plastic can leach out into the water and ultimately harm you. Lastly most people can’t tell what type of water there drinking anyway, so why not just drink tap water. For these…

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    Tap Water Analysis

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    restaurant and they served us water my parents would always tell me not to drink it because they knew it was tap water. so i always lived thinking that tap water is bad, unsanitary, and dangerous to consume. this video has changed my whole perspective; i never knew that in some cases tap water is cleaner than bottled water or that the mountains on the labels of some bottled water brands are pure fiction! what surprised me the most was the fact that when i recycle my water bottles that they…

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