99%
I QUIT DRINKING BOTTLED WATER  594  DAYS AGO
4.5 MINUTES 99% HALF
BOTTLED WATER COSTS 2,000 TIMES MORE THAN TAP WATER. Source:  The Story of Bottled Water
AMERICANS SPENT $4 BILLION ON BOTTLED WATER IN 2006
AMERICANS BUY MORE THAN 500 MILLION BOTTLES OF WATER PER WEEK. Source:  The Story of Bottled Water
TAP WATER IS MANAGED BY THE EPA & OFTEN TESTED DOZENS OF TIMES PER DAY. BOTTLED WATER IS MANAGED BY THE FDA. 60-70% IS NOT...
1/3 OF ALL BOTTLED WATER COMES FROM THE TAP! Source: Flickr (CC) –  neubie   Source:  The Story of Bottled Water
 
THIS SLIDE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK
MOST WATER BOTTLES, INCLUDING NALGENE, ARE BPA-FREE. Source: Flickr (CC) –  kyle.leboeuf
www.tapitwater.com
THE STATE OF UTAH HAS SOME OF THE BEST WATER FOR BEER BREWING IN THE NATION. Source:  A Brewer from Desert Edge Brewery
YOU CAN FUEL ONE MILLION CARS WITH AMOUNT OF OIL & ENERGY IT TAKES TO MAKE THE PLASTIC WATER BOTTLES IN THE US. Source:  T...
80% OF PLASTIC WATER BOTTLES END UP IN LANDFILLS. Source:  The Story of Bottled Water
2 MILLION PLASTIC BEVERAGE BOTTLES USED IN US EVERY 5 MINUTES. Image (CC):  Chris Jordan
99% HALF
Thanks to @djwaldow’s #IgniteSaltLake presentation, I will no longer purchase or consume bottled water Or email to djwaldo...
Thanks to @djwaldow’s #IgniteSaltLake presentation, I will no longer purchase or consume bottled water Or email to djwaldo...
Scott Stratten’s UnBook Tour @unmarketing The State Room (here) Tuesday, October 19 th  @ 5PM
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Why I Quit Bottled Water 594 Days Ago…And You Should Too!

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I quit bottled water on January 1, 2009. Learn why I did (and why you should too) in this 5 minute Ignite Salt Lake talk.

Blog post: http://socialbutterflyguy.com/2010/08/20/why-i-quit-bottled-water-594-days-ago-and-you-should-too/

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Why I Quit Bottled Water 594 Days Ago…And You Should Too!

  1. 1. 99%
  2. 2. I QUIT DRINKING BOTTLED WATER 594 DAYS AGO
  3. 3. 4.5 MINUTES 99% HALF
  4. 4. BOTTLED WATER COSTS 2,000 TIMES MORE THAN TAP WATER. Source: The Story of Bottled Water
  5. 5. AMERICANS SPENT $4 BILLION ON BOTTLED WATER IN 2006
  6. 6. AMERICANS BUY MORE THAN 500 MILLION BOTTLES OF WATER PER WEEK. Source: The Story of Bottled Water
  7. 7. TAP WATER IS MANAGED BY THE EPA & OFTEN TESTED DOZENS OF TIMES PER DAY. BOTTLED WATER IS MANAGED BY THE FDA. 60-70% IS NOT REGULATED. Source: Global Shift
  8. 8. 1/3 OF ALL BOTTLED WATER COMES FROM THE TAP! Source: Flickr (CC) – neubie Source: The Story of Bottled Water
  9. 10. THIS SLIDE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK
  10. 11. MOST WATER BOTTLES, INCLUDING NALGENE, ARE BPA-FREE. Source: Flickr (CC) – kyle.leboeuf
  11. 12. www.tapitwater.com
  12. 13. THE STATE OF UTAH HAS SOME OF THE BEST WATER FOR BEER BREWING IN THE NATION. Source: A Brewer from Desert Edge Brewery
  13. 14. YOU CAN FUEL ONE MILLION CARS WITH AMOUNT OF OIL & ENERGY IT TAKES TO MAKE THE PLASTIC WATER BOTTLES IN THE US. Source: The Story of Bottled Water Source: Flickr (CC) – johntrainor
  14. 15. 80% OF PLASTIC WATER BOTTLES END UP IN LANDFILLS. Source: The Story of Bottled Water
  15. 16. 2 MILLION PLASTIC BEVERAGE BOTTLES USED IN US EVERY 5 MINUTES. Image (CC): Chris Jordan
  16. 17. 99% HALF
  17. 18. Thanks to @djwaldow’s #IgniteSaltLake presentation, I will no longer purchase or consume bottled water Or email to djwaldow@gmail.com
  18. 19. Thanks to @djwaldow’s #IgniteSaltLake presentation, I will no longer purchase or consume bottled water Or email to djwaldow@gmail.com
  19. 20. Scott Stratten’s UnBook Tour @unmarketing The State Room (here) Tuesday, October 19 th @ 5PM
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