Americans Throw Away 1,000 Plastic Water Bottles Every Second Reports The Bawell Water Ionizer Health News

The USA's costly obsession with bottled water prove the power of marketing, explains the recently published Bawell Water Ionizer Health News report.

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Bawells water ionizer report highlights bottled pollution problem.

Bottled water pollution.

Water labeled Arctic or Glacier and showing pictures of pristine snow covered mountains usually originates from New Jersey, Texas, or even Tennessee.

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The idea of drinking Arctic water from a Glacier is very appealing to Americans. However, the sad truth is, as stated in the Bawell health water ionizer report, is that bottled water labeled Arctic or Glacier and showing pictures of pristine snow covered mountains usually originates from New Jersey, Texas, or even Tennessee.

In 2009, $10.6 billion dollars was spent on bottled water in the USA, with 48.7% of that bottled water originating from a tap water source. Independent testing in 2008 of 10 bottled water brands discovered 38 different contaminants. The EPA estimates a shortfall of $22 billion per year between the available funds for upgrades and repairs of water treatment plants and piping, and what is required to provide safe water for the health of humans and the environment. (FoodAndWaterWatch.org).

Making pure water with a Bawell water ionizing machine is the only way of being assured of having clean water without the added costs to consumers, and the environment. A persons health is the main reason for purifying their own water the Bawell water ionizer report explains, so they can have control over the entire process.

The first plastic bottle water ban in the USA has been enacted in Massachusetts after a 3 year campaign that was held by local activists. The activists were pushing to reduce the use and waste of fossil fuels. It takes 17 million barrels of oil per year to make all the plastic water bottles that are used in the USA alone, which is enough oil to fuel over 1.5 million cars a year. According to the EPA, in 2010 the U.S. generated 31 million tons of plastic waste (Huffington Post).

Bottled water labeling often uses misleading words and pictures, like snow capped mountains and words including Arctic Spring Water. In reality it is re-purposed tap water coming from the municipal public water supply system. There are bottled waters labeled “Arctic Spring” which come from Florida, Los Angeles puts out a brand labeled “Yosemite,” and “Everest” water comes from Corpus Christi Texas.

The Bawell Water Ionizer Health News report explains that this is only the tip of the iceberg on plastic bottled water issues, and for a person to have really pure water they need to purify their own. Visit http://www.bawellwaterionizers.com/filters.html for more information on bottled water, water filters, and water ionizing equipment.


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