EcoUsable Ech2o Stainless Steel Filtered Water Bottle GIVEAWAY!
I feel the same way about plastic water bottles as Andrea (read her Bottled Water, Bottled Hype series), and many others who feel that it's disturbing that over 60 million plastic water bottles go into landfills every day. Even more disturbing are images like this one, showing the The Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
It's a stew of trash floating in the Pacific that's twice the size of Texas, floating between California and Hawaii.
The impact of our actions is clear and striking. We can each do our small part in relieving the problem.
EcoUsable is here to help with that! They've created the Ech2o, the world's first stainless steel filtered water bottle. Um..it's a stainless steel water bottle...with a filter inside it!! Get great-tasting, filtered water, anytime, anywhere! Drink from tap water, streams, rivers, lakes, and pools -- everything but salt water.
The filter not only reduces unpleasant taste, odor, chlorine, sand, and sediment, but also toxic chemicals, detergents, pesticides, and other harmful industrial and agricultural wastes. The 25 oz. bottles remove pollutants for up to 100 gallons, which lasts the average person about a year. Each bottle uses 304 food grade stainless steel that is non-leaching, BPA-free, reusable and lightweight!
Save money. Save the planet. It's that simple.
To get you started, EcoUsable sent us three Ech2o filtered water bottles to give away to our Wise Bread readers. To enter, leave a comment about ways to reduce your plastic use. Drawing ends on July 20. Only open to U.S. residents aged 18 and over, void where prohibited. Only one entry per person will be counted.
Don't forget. Even if you aren't one of the lucky winners, all Wise Bread readers can also get 10% off.
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