If you own or manage a warehouse, you likely have hundreds of employees who work to keep your business in motion. In order to make sure your team remains protected and safe on the job, they need sufficient ways to get the water they require on a daily basis. Almost every work environment offers water coolers, but in large open spaces, it can be difficult to install these machines.
Education systems across North America have made strides in reducing their consumption of bottled water. Disposable containers contribute to the vast amount of waste that ends up in landfills around the world, polluting the planet and posing threats to sustainable life. However, many students have realized that water flowing from the faucet often provides better-tasting and more refreshing water.
The cultural switch from bottled water to reusable water containers has been seen across the United States, popping up on campuses and in national parks. People have begun to find additional value in drinking from the tap, whether using the faucet itself or a filtered water delivery system. Continue reading
In education systems around North America, faculty members are leading by example and teaching students about the benefits of drinking tap water over bottled water. There are numerous problems with consuming water from disposable plastic containers, and reducing the use of these materials improves health, impacts the environment positively and helps people keep more money in their wallets.
All across North America, students and faculty members are joining forces to ban the bottle on campus. The inordinate waste of disposable plastic water bottles has plagued the environment for far too long, and with a few simple changes, a school, business or government agency can make worthwhile changes in their consumption of water.