Enviro Products: Polycarbonate 1 liter Water Bottle

Enviro Products: Polycarbonate 1 liter Water Bottle

I have Mountain Valley Spring Water, delivered to my home. The springs are in Hot Springs, Arkansas not too far from where I live. Mountain Valley Spring Water is the only water in the U.S. still bottled in glass bottles, besides that it is the best tasting water around. I fill up my enviro bottles with the water from my cooler at home and take everywhere, thus eliminating plastic bottles, they come in great colors too, I have bought them for my family, the kids especially love them, it also teaches them the importance of not using the throw away plastic bottles. Note: The 2.5 gallon glass bottles from my cooler are recycled when they are picked up by Mountain Valley Spring Water Company. I have created zero waste in my bottled water usage-- by using the Mountain Valley Spring Water and the Enviro Bottles.

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