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Analysis by: Ah’livia

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  • Ah, Livia, I love the single piece of information you give us about the subjects you choose! In this case, just one example, which concerns me: I always drink filtered water and I never mind WAITING FOR IT TO DRIP!... Bottled water may not be cool, but so it is this presentation!...
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  • @TheAustinBriggsPrivate Austin, thank you kindly for you comment. I really appreciate you for checking out my presentation. Thank you :)
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  • Very nice presentation and an important message. In fact, I'm already using a water ionizer and I bring ionized water to my office in a glass bottle :)

    Fully agree with your position on this!
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  • ah_livia, great presentation in spite some of words being condensed with other words. Fantastic and illuminating facts about the production of bottled water. I wrote once an essay on Do Not Pour Energy. Pouring water fruitlessly is also pouring energy uselessly. I thoroughly enjoyed your presentation.
    I am eager to know your opinion of my last presentation on Bubbling Ideas. Soft drinks after all are bottled waters
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    Watoleum Explained - bottled water and petroleum analysis Watoleum Explained - bottled water and petroleum analysis Presentation Transcript

    • WATOLEUM?Explained - bottled water & petroleum analysis - a pixie lesson Analysis by: Ah’livia
    • Watoleum /noun/Industry relationshipbetweenbottled watercorporations & thepetroleum industry
    • Special Guest: DJ USA from the group: Burnin’ up the Wurls Resourcez!bottled-water INDUSTRY presents: WATOLEUM
    • Like a candle that burns,bottled water burns up natural resources of petroleum & water.
    • The Watoleum equations 17,000,000 ≥ Special Guest: DJ USA from the group:Burnin’ up the Wurls Resourcez! 17 million barrels of oil are used for the production of American bottled water; not including the oil needed to transport the water. * figure based from 2006
    • The Watoleum equations Sold 1 liter sold = 3 liters used Used inproduction 2 times more water than inside of the bottle is ALSO used in the production of bottled water
    • The Watoleum equations Drinking + Bottled H20 = Consuming H20 & Oil
    • Plastic bottles are made from crude oils similarto gasoline. Over time this oil can seep into the water.
    • Still thinkbottled water is cool?
    • ExploreOther ethical, cheaper, and safer alternatives
    • Tap Water• Accessible • Cheap • Safe • Taste  (chlorine)
    • Filtered Water• Taste • Time  (waiting for it to drip)
    • Water Ionizer• Taste • Cost  (expensive)
    • WATOLEUM? Explained - bottled water & petroleum analysis - a pixie lesson Analysis by: Ah’livia Written by: Ah’livia 2011 Ah.livia@yahoo.comFor more information about Watoleum check out: Slideshare Watoleum? a pixie horror Analysis by: Ah’livia
    • Sources & Images• Original story by Ah’livia• “Watoleum” term created and defined by Ah’livia• Research from Google search• http://www.sheknows.com/health-and- wellness/articles/805043/top-6-myths-about-bottled-water• http://www.ecardmedia.eu/data/media/17/Liquid_Fire_Candle.jpg• http://www.gridphilly.com/griddle/2010/8/3/oil-and-water-an- innovative-energy-solution.html• http://groucho-karl-marx.blogspot.com/2010_04_25_archive.html• http://www.pacinst.org/topics/water_and_sustainability/bottled_wa ter/bottled_water_and_energy.html• http://www.pacinst.org/topics/water_and_sustainability/bottled_wa ter/bottled_water_and_energy.html• http://www.worth1000.com/contests/2601/opposites• http://www.curbly.com/chrisjob/posts/1799-25-alternative-uses-for- olive-oil• http://www.triplepundit.com/2009/11/is-bottled-water-a-dead- man-walking/• http://www.personalrefrigeration.com/• http://www.azphm.com/earthtalk.htm• http://www.mcguckin.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cP ath=74_226&products_id=418• http://www.uswatersystems.com/shop/products/Watts- 50%252dGPD-6%252dStage-Alkaline-Re%252dMineralization- Reverse-Osmosis-System-%7C-GTS%252d550%252dAL.html• http://www.angelslover.com/2011/08/100-water-and-oil- wallpapers-part-7.html• http://alexcotoranu.com/criticaldb/