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7 Ways to Reduce Your Plastic Use

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Plastic is everywhere. It’s in our homes, our cars, and our clothes. Worse, microplastics are in our water supply, our foods, and our bodies. Almost no one would reasonably argue that we shouldn’t use less plastics. With billions of tons of plastic in our oceans, our landfills, and blowing around in our yards, it’s clear […]

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Why the Future Is Filled With Bottle Filling Stations

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Bottle Filling Stations

Drinking fountains have over the years gotten a bad rap, thanks in part to years of neglect, increasingly uninviting fixtures, and failure to upgrade to new models. What followed is the gradual and silent disappearance of these once-beloved icons of public hydration. With old-school drinking fountains falling out of favor, people have been turning to […]

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How Much Money Can You Save When You Ditch Single-Use Bottles?

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Plastic production has experienced an epic surge in the last half-century, resulting in extreme use of cheap single-use, throwaway plastic bottles that are threatening every aspect of our ecosystem. Astounding images of city-sized islands of trash, beaches jam-packed with plastic waste, and dead marine life with guts full of plastic materials have ignited outrage. It’s […]

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Are Stainless Steel Water Bottles Safe to Use?

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There are a lot of options for reusable water bottles: glass, plastic, stainless steel. The question is, which is best? And are they all safe to use? The Problem with Single Use Water Bottles It’s important to understand why we can’t keep doing what we’re doing, using single-use water bottles. To put it precisely, single-use […]