WATOLEUM?Explained            - bottled water & petroleum analysis -                        a pixie lesson                ...
Watoleum /noun/Industry relationshipbetweenbottled watercorporations & thepetroleum industry
Special Guest: DJ USA                                       from the group:                              Burnin’ up the Wu...
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:B...
The Watoleum equations             Sold                    1 liter sold = 3 liters used Used inproduction           2 time...
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                      wat...
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 ...
Sources & Images•   Original story by Ah’livia•   “Watoleum” term created and defined by Ah’livia•   Research from Google ...
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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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  • Thank you kindly Ali Anani
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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

  1. 1. WATOLEUM?Explained - bottled water & petroleum analysis - a pixie lesson Analysis by: Ah’livia
  2. 2. Watoleum /noun/Industry relationshipbetweenbottled watercorporations & thepetroleum industry
  3. 3. Special Guest: DJ USA from the group: Burnin’ up the Wurls Resourcez!bottled-water INDUSTRY presents: WATOLEUM
  4. 4. Like a candle that burns,bottled water burns up natural resources of petroleum & water.
  5. 5. 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
  6. 6. 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
  7. 7. The Watoleum equations Drinking + Bottled H20 = Consuming H20 & Oil
  8. 8. Plastic bottles are made from crude oils similarto gasoline. Over time this oil can seep into the water.
  9. 9. Still thinkbottled water is cool?
  10. 10. ExploreOther ethical, cheaper, and safer alternatives
  11. 11. Tap Water• Accessible • Cheap • Safe • Taste  (chlorine)
  12. 12. Filtered Water• Taste • Time  (waiting for it to drip)
  13. 13. Water Ionizer• Taste • Cost  (expensive)
  14. 14. 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
  15. 15. 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/
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