Top 3 Reasons To Go Bottleless

Bottled Water Coolers, with heavy 40 pound bottles, are an inefficient and outdated method of delivering clean drinking water to homes and offices.

If you’re using a Bottled Water Cooler with those heavy 40 pound bottles of water, here are 3 good reasons to kick the Bottled Water habit and switch to a more modern alternative - a Bottleless Water Cooler that is plumbed directly into your water supply, creating an endless supply of filtered drinking water.

The Price of Bottleless Water Coolers

There are hundreds of types/brands of bottleless water coolers on the market.  Most can be purchased online like many other items nowadays.  Do you really know what you’re getting is the question.

Just like with anything online, you can find cheap products, and then you can find expensive products.  While buying a cheap product may say you money in the short term, down the road you will run into trouble.  This holds true in the bottleless water cooler market.

5 Tips for New Year’s Resolutions

2013 has begun!  Many take the first of the year to make changes in their life.  Some set dramatic goals, while others stick to small attainable goals.  Whatever your goal may be for the New Year, make sure to do it safely.

Find out which New Years resolutions are most popular and some of the best ways to implement these resolutions into your daily life.

Fracking and Its Many Issues

A new movie recently released called The Promised Land hits on the topic of fracking, not well known to the general population.  While the movie doesn’t take a stance of either being pro or anti fracking, it does raise awareness and has many people talking.

Fracking has become a hotly debated topic in areas around the world where there is a potential for oil to be drilled.  Many residents fear for their land and environment if they allow fracking to occur in their area.

Tips to Holiday Detoxification

The holidays are slowly winding down, leaving many of us feeling guilty about our eating habits during this time of year.  Many have indulged in too much alcohol and turkey, and are looking for a way to get their body back on track.  The road to getting back on track from that holiday eating bing won't be easy.  Check out these super simple tips to help get your body back on track.  

Are We Taking Our Drinking Water for Granted?

With all the commotion going on in the east coast after Hurricane Sandy’s destruction, one item that continues to be discussed: drinking water.  The mayor of New York confidently tweeted that the water was safe to drink. 

The media never took attention to the drinking water situation though, and probably should have.  While contamination wasn’t an issue this time, several factors could lead to a devastating problem at any moment.

Water Pollution Awareness

Many people assume that the water run-off from roads goes into the drains and carried to the treatment plants to be cleaned.  However, this is a misconception that should not be taken lightly. In actuality, the water goes directly to our lakes, rivers, and other bodies of water.

Does Banning Bottled Water Promote Weight Gain?

Obesity is on the rise worldwide.  People are always looking at a finger to point as to why we continue to gain weight.  What we should really be doing to looking at our personal lives to see what we consume.  One specific area to look into is the amount of water consumed in a day.  The more water consumed, the better.  In a world where we are always on the move, we look for a drink in an easy to grab form, such as bottled water.  But have we stopped to think about the environmental harm bottled water has on the Earth?

Sap Water in a Bottle?

Most people are familiar with syrup in a bottle, maybe even sap in a bottle.  But most have never heard of sap water in a bottle.

The sap water is actually a byproduct of Elodie Fleury’s backwoods sugar-shack operation in Montreal.  The family secret is loved so much that the family has decided to make a business out of it.

College Campuses Go Bottleless

Colleges and Universities in the United States and Canada have begun to take a stand against bottled water.  While each college has their own approach, the goal is the same; ban bottled water sales and use on campus.  Every movement has been met with both optimision and skepticism from students and administratives.  One of the largest hurdles to overcome has been the contracts schools have with large soft drink companies.  These soft drink companies give kickbacks to the schools from the sales generated on campus.