I cringe every time I hear BPA. If there’s anything Inspired Water readers should know, it’s how dangerous of a substance this is.
The chemical BPA (Bishenol A) is used in hard plastics and tin cans. Most commonly found in plastic water bottles, soup cans, and baby bottles. Scientists have linked the organic compound to a [...]
The Food & Water Watch devised an April Fool’s Day joke to test how savvy American’s tastebuds are when it comes to drinking water. They created a fake brand of bottled water, Potomac Springs, that uses “flower osmosis” as their filtration process. But don’t be fooled, it’s actually DC tap water! Watch below…
(via F&W Watch)
Here is the winning submission from the “I heart tap” student video contest.
On a side note: All Bottles used in this video were either rescued from the trash or borrowed from the recycling bin.
To learn more, visit http:www.takebackthetap.org
Have scientists finally found the answer to society’s dieting dilemma? Could there possibly be a weight-loss plan that doesn’t involve a magic pill, appetite suppressant or meal replacement bar, with no side effects and costs next to nothing?
This slenderizing substance is water! Results from a clinical trial were announced this past Monday at [...]
MAVEA was recently featured on ArkansasMatters.com in the “What’s Green Now” section of their website. Tap is back my friends – take a look!
This short animation takes a more critical examination of the state of conservation efforts in contemporary life.
Envirometer from makevisual on Vimeo.
“When the forces of conservation and industrialization within a common society compete head to head, the only entity that can regulate the fight is the fantastic measuring contraption known as the Envirometer. But, as the [...]