Second, bottled water is harmful for human being and the environment according to the Environment Working Group. Bottled water is costly and wasteful, but this does not stop people around the world and especially those living in developed country to be addicted of bottled water. The typical cost for tap water is $0.0015/gallon while a gallon of bottled water at prices ranging from $0.89 to $8.26 per gallon. The big difference in cost does not encourage me to drink bottle water because Water is a gift from our nature I do not think that the bottled water industry has the right to sell water in a such a high price since the only thing that they do on it is to filter it and put it in plastic bottle. According to EWG, people believe that the taste that taps water has meant that tap water is bad that is why the run to bottles water despite his cost.
Freshwater though essential to life, is one of the rarest and most endangered resources on our progressively fragile planet. We need to be worried about the increasing shortage of drinkable water and water pollution on Earth. The government issued a ban on the use of hosepipe at the beginning of summer to reduce water waste. Simple things like changing the basic habits in our homes to cut down on our daily use of water can also help. Environment is the surroundings and influences on living things including humans.
So now breweries cannot manufactures energy drinks with alcohol. According to "Livescience.com" (2014), While many health professionals and lawmakers are cheering the Food and Drug Administration's decision yesterday to declare caffeine an illegal and unsafe additive to manufactured alcoholic beverages, critics say the move is an infringement of consumer rights by the government. When people are speaking out against a decision made by the government, this is the demand. Anheuser-Busch could produce an energy drink with alcohol as long as there was no caffeine in it, and it would be legal and more importantly it would be a blue ocean. According to "Blue Ocean Strategy.com" (2014), "Red oceans refer to the known market space – all the industries in existence today.
Royte’s excerpt makes many views of the effects of tap water and the different types of problems associated with drinking it. In many areas, they say it is okay to drink the tap water but there are a few instances where the water needs to be filtered. She explains the different types of bacteria’s in tap water around the United States but she does tell how the bottled water companies do not answer to the public and how they are being untruthful about their purification of water. Although she believes they are untruthful, she provides little evidence of that. She is being quite vague about her conclusion that water bottles are not the best source of water.
Why People Should Stop Using a Plastic Water Bottle There are hundreds of people who use plastic water bottles—not only on the University of Illinois campus, but worldwide as well—and there have been huge sustainability issues as the plastic water bottle industry continues to grow tremendously. Using plastic water bottles are growing to be a part of people’s lifestyle, so people don’t really think about the consequences of using them. Although there are some people that actually care and think of ways to protect our environment, the problem is that most people are ignorant about the negative impacts they bring to our environment and our bodies. The most logical reason why people should stop buying plastic water bottles is that plastic bottled water isn’t a good value. In fact, bottled water can cost up to 10,000 times more per gallon than tap water.
Americans Waste daily: Conserving Water is Important Americans Waste daily: Conserving Water is Important What if Americans were told they could not uses water every day? This would shock Americans, considering one has clean water daily, as much one wants to consume. Many third world countries do not have this convenience of clean water for daily living. United Nation (2012) explained the following: According to the United Nations, on 28 July 2010, through Resolution 64/292, the United Nations General Assembly explicitly recognized the human right to water and sanitation and acknowledged that clean drinking water and sanitation are essential to the realization of all human rightsWater(Unite Nations, 2012). Imagine an American goes to their water faucet and turns it on and no water came out.
The consumer is unaware of the negative effects of bottled water consumption. The consumer’s lack of awareness has contributed to the continuing growth of bottled water consumption. As a natural consequence of such growth, there is rise in the negative effects associated with the consumption and production of bottled water. The negative effects on the environment, the wildlife, and the consumers themselves will continue to increase unless there is a drastic reduction in the consumption and production of bottled water. To this end, if the harms associated with bottled water consumption were better communicated to the public, the public would be discouraged from continuing to use bottled water and would turn to an alternative such as tap water.
We already solved some of the problem by recycling and composting but there’s still a huge amount of garbage. We can cut don’t our garbage by producing products that can be recyclable or can be put in a green bin. In the future I hope they can invent something that will eliminate garbage for once and for all. The reasons why we should eliminate those things are because our world would be a cleaner place. If we don’t stop Global warming our world is going to die and all the living beings in the world will perish with it.
Some of our bottled water comes from the UK, Japan, New Zealand, Australia, Italy, France, Canada, USA, India, Fiji and even the sky! Our water comes from all over the world but we don’t realise it. NEGATIVES FOR BOTTLED WATER The negatives for bottled water are that there is more packaging that makes more pollution and is bad for the environment. Bottled water also costs more for the customer. POSITIVES FOR BOTTLED WATER The positives for bottled water are that bottled water is easily accessible as if you are out somewhere you can go into a shop and buy a bottle of water.
It’s worth 80 Billion Dollars, and provides energy for millions of people. The length of the river is 4373 km if you count the Chambeshi. And without the Chambeshi the river is 2900 km. The height of the junction of Lualaba and luvua rivers are 931 meters. The flow rate of the Congo river is very regularly and represents 40,000 cubic metres per second.