Bottled water is an American staple. You see these bottles everywhere – in the hands of runners and walkers, in people’s cars, at sporting events and concerts, handed out for free at may churches and the list goes on. And while the idea of drinking filtered water is more appealing to many than drinking tap water, what happens to all those bottles once they are used? Many unfortunately end up in landfills.
So, what can one do to reduce their “bottled water footprint?” Installing a reverse osmosis system is a good start. Also consider the information in the following infographic as well.
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