Plastic Bottles may now be the Biggest Plastic Menace for our Waterways
We ask the question is this the way forward or can we change our habits and change the future?
Benefits of a reusable water bottle
1 Save money. You could save on average its about £120 per year each simply by switching
2 Better water quality. You don’t think so I know but our opinion is that water from the tap goes through over a hundred tests to ensure it is safe whereas water bottled in plastic seems like an issue, we are told about BPA’s being a health risk, these are bisphenol A. BPA is an industrial chemical that has been used to make certain plastics and resins since the 1960s. BPA is found in polycarbonate plastics and epoxy resins. Polycarbonate plastics are often used in containers that store food and beverages, such as water bottles. Lets be frank, why would you take any risks when there are such sensible options out there?
3 Stays Cold. You walk into a shop on a beautiful day, pick up a crispy cold bottle of water and pay your money over, by the time you get to finish it bets are it will be luke warm at best. Modern day bottles are insulated, drop cold in and later in the day drink cold out, simple
4 Stylish. If you like a loud, crinkly anti social water bottle buy a single use one, if not get a reusable one you like and can enjoy, there quite the item nowerdays!
5 Statement. Why not show your eco credentials and be an eco warrier?
6 Choice. Have flavoured water of your liking? Check out our recipe pages on https://foshbottle.com/blogs/fosh/tagged/recipes to get inspired on how you can make all sorts of flavoured water for your delights.