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The water in single-serve bottled waters can sometimes be bad for your health, bad for the environment and bad for your wallet. By taking a look at what you’re really getting when you’re consuming a single-serve water bottle rather than fresh, purified water from a Colorado Springs home water delivery company, you can decide how you should be drinking water on the go.
Did you know that as much as 45% of all individually bottled water sold in grocery stores and gas stations comes from a city water system? Is the bottled water your drinking no different from plain old tap water? How much do you really know about your bottled water?
Many consumers choose bottled water because they worry over the quality of their tap water, but unfortuantely, never check to see if the bottled water they are drinking is really any better. In many cases bottled water is of even lower quality than municipal tap water. We look at that expensive price tag on each bottle thinking that a higher price assures higher quality, but in reality over 90% of that cost is in the label, lid and creating the bottle itself.
Knowing the company you’re buying from is the first step to having the reassurance to know that your water is not only cleaner and healthier but also the best you can get whether it is from single-use bottles or a delivery option.
Never Drink Tap Water Again-The Benefits of Bottled Water
For years and years many of us went to the tap to drink water without ever thinking about what could possibly be lurking there. Although it is reassuring that most water companies have taken steps to make sure the water coming into our homes is clean enough and safe for drinking, those same companies allowed unclean water to be piped there in the first place. Nowadays, in most American cities, before tap water is pushed through the pipes to homes, schools, hospitals, and restaurants, the public utility company processes the water to remove harmful contaminants.
The independent filmmaker, Neil LaBute, once said, “We live in a disposable society. It’s easier to throw things out than to fix them. We even give it a name – we call it recycling.” Okay, maybe he was being a bit cynical about the “flimsiness” of our current culture, but some say this quote is ‘spot on.’ Plastic water bottles might be the perfect example of this. I’ve often wondered if people in other countries are just as wasteful with something as routine as drinking water, or if they’ve just found it easier to recycle.