?<br />
49¢ a year<br />
$1,400 a year<br />
Water<br />	Bottle vs. Tap:<br />Cost<br />Difference between tap and bottled water<br />
Water Bottles Everywhere <br />?<br /><ul><li>Appeals:
Appeal to emotion to convey the magnitude of the problem.
Appeal to logos with the question mark</li></li></ul><li>Cheap tap water to share<br />49¢ a year<br /><ul><li>Appeals:
Appeal to logic to show what other water options we have.
Appeal to credibility with price of the water
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  • New York Times Editorial If you drink the recommended 8 cups of water a day through water bottles you will be spending $1400 a year opposed to the 49 cents you would be spending for tapReaders Digest Over 25% of bottled water is actually from the municipal supplies and water bottle companies don’t have to put on the label where the water is coming from so when they are saying it is glacier water the water could actually be from a municipal source in Alaska.Natural resource defense council 60-70% of bottled water brands don’t meet FDA regulations where as only 10% of tap water doesn’t meet EPA regulations and EPA regulations are far more strict; they include regulations FDA doesn’t such as an e-coli check, a mandatory surface water filtration system and many more.Therefore tap water is a better choice because it is less expensive, easier to obtain and when comparing quality tap water is better regulated.
  • Eidom unit4 3

    1. 1. ?<br />
    2. 2. 49¢ a year<br />
    3. 3. $1,400 a year<br />
    4. 4.
    5. 5. Water<br /> Bottle vs. Tap:<br />Cost<br />Difference between tap and bottled water<br />
    6. 6. Water Bottles Everywhere <br />?<br /><ul><li>Appeals:
    7. 7. Appeal to emotion to convey the magnitude of the problem.
    8. 8. Appeal to logos with the question mark</li></li></ul><li>Cheap tap water to share<br />49¢ a year<br /><ul><li>Appeals:
    9. 9. Appeal to logic to show what other water options we have.
    10. 10. Appeal to credibility with price of the water
    11. 11. Repetition to emphasize simplicity</li></li></ul><li>Drive and Buy<br />$1,400 a year<br />Appeals:<br /><ul><li>Appeal to the viewers logic to show the hassle and price of bottled water.
    12. 12. Credibility of the price in the photo
    13. 13. Color selection</li></ul>No distractions<br />Correlates with bottle colors.<br />
    14. 14. Drink Up<br />Appeals:<br /><ul><li>Appeal to logic by super imposing the water bottle fading behind the glass of water to show that tap water is the better choice. </li></li></ul><li>Works Cited<br />"Bottled Water pure drink or pure hype?." Natural Resource Defense Council. Natural Resource Defense Council, n.d. Web. 27 May 2010. <http:// www.nrdc.org/water/drinking/bw/exesum.asp>. <br />Jemmott, Janet. "Bottled Water vs. Tap Water." Reader's Digest. Reader's Digest, n.d. Web. 27 May 2010. <http://www.rd.com/your-america-inspiring-people-and-stories/rethink-what-you-drink/article51807.html>.<br />"In Praise of Tap Water." New York Times. New York Times, 04 01 2007. Web. 28 May 2010. <http://www.nytimes.com/2007/08/01/opinion/01wed2.html>. <br />

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