Clean Pure Water
Although water is so important to our survival, much of it isn’t fit to drink. According to data from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), over 4 percent of US rivers and lakes are too polluted for swimming or fishing. Pollution of our drinking water also appears to be reaching crisis level.
Antidepressants, antibiotics, fertility drugs and angina medications, hair care and skin products, lawn chemicals, industrial waste, agricultural waste, nitrates, herbicides and pesticides ALL make it into our water supplies.
Therefore, bottled water is more and more popular. American Water Works Association estimates consumers are paying an average cost of $7.50 per gallon for bottled water ALMOST 2,000 times the cost of an average gallon of tap water and twice the cost of a gallon of gas). Water is the second most commonly purchased drink in America after sweetened carbonated sodas, with sales topping $15 billion in 2015. Read More