I have been an outspoken critic of bottled water. I find it equally as evil as single-use plastic bags. Plastic bags may be banned in many cities, but I don’t know of a city that has yet banned bottled water.
Bottled water is one of the greatest scams of our life. We have been sold into believing that water that sits in a plastic bottle for weeks to months before we drink it is somehow safer than our tap water.
Yes, I am a hypocrite, as I do drink bottled water when traveling. I can’t tell you the amount I consumed in Mexico in January! So, I try to approach this review with openness and understanding that there are times when you do need to consumer bottled water.
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