bottled water vs. tap water

bottled water vs. tap water


About Annika Voelpel

* former director of health & fitness programs at the sutton place hotel * former head therapist of duquette strength clinic * entering 10th year as a professional trainer * registered kinesiologist and active-rehabilitation specialist * level 1 track & field, gymnastics, dance, and aquatics coach * certified in the postural reprogramming system (PRS) * certified pilates instructor and acupressure massage practitioner * sports nutrition and healthy-cooking expert * seminar speaker and former presenter at the global youth assembly * former national level gymnast and competitive dancer * former varsity track and field competitor * experienced fitness model
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2 Responses to bottled water vs. tap water

  1. That poster speaks volumes, thanks for sharing! In Halton Region, located in Southern Ontario, only the bottle can be recycled. The lids have to go in the garbage – which seems simple enough but many people are too lazy to even separate the lid from the bottle. We are very fortunate to have safe drinking water, why are we wasting money on plastic?

    If you’re interested, we posted a video blog on how materials are recycled from Halton Region.

    Allison Tyldesley
    Landfill Technician – Halton Region
    Twitter – @haltonrecycles
    Blog –

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