Live Green and Earn Points


  • Frank G. 1 year ago
    very scraey
  • Heather B. 1 year ago
    Very troubling when you see cartons of plastic water bottles displayed in the sun in the entryway of grocery stores or outside gas stations, etc. The sun’s rays and heat warmup the plastic and increase the leaching of chemicals from the plastic into the water. Same thing if you leave a plastic water bottle in a hot car. Refillable glass or stainless steel water bottles are worth the investment ... for your health.
  • M W. 1 year ago
    I like flavored "sparkling" water. Any ideas on how I can achieve the effect using my tap water? I recycle 100% of the bottles but would prefer to skip tbe step if I have an alternative
  • Pat K. 1 year ago
    Because my husband has left a number of reusable bottle containers behind - if he needs to take a bottle with him he uses a regular water bottle and if he doesn't forget it will refill it for a period of time. Heard that's not the best solution, but so far no ill effects.
    • Gina G. 1 year ago
      Please make sure he cleans those used bottles well. Lots of bacteria may build up even after one use. It may be worth the while not to overload on the cleaning unless you're doing lots. Kind of like washing baby bottles.
  • Laura D. 1 year ago
    what do you do when you are faced with a hurricane and have no running water for days?
    • Gina G. 1 year ago
      I have lived in many areas of the US. The first thing done with a new home is to have a generator. This does not only apply to hurricane areas. Electricity is lost in all sorts of issues.
    • Elizabeth E. 1 year ago
      You could start filling glass jars from juices, etc. and store in pantry?
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