Break Your Plastic Bottled Water Habit This Earth Day

FridgeFilters.com Infographic - Real Cost of Plastic Water BottlesToday is Earth Day, and based on the sheer volume of plastic bottled water sales, we can happily report that Americans seem more dedicated to hydration than ever.

While we are all for healthy and hydrated living, our over-reliance on plastic bottled water is just a tad troubling.

As you surf the Internet or your news feeds today, you’ll no doubt see plenty of well-meaning ‘Ban The Bottle’ messages.  While we agree with the sentiment, you’ll have a very difficult time banning anything that has become a habit.  A habit cannot be banned.  A habit must be broken.

For this Earth Day, don’t try to go cold turkey on your plastic bottled water habit.  You’ll do a great deal to help if you just gradually cut back, especially if your friends follow suit. (Of course, we may be able to offer a little help from some filtered fridge water or a nice, eco-friendly water bottle :) )

If you need any inspiration to help as you try to break your habit, just click the infographic above to get a closer look at the facts behind plastic bottled water.  If you’d like to help others break this habit, please feel free to leave your thoughts via a comment below.

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Mike Yanke

Mike Yanke

Mike Yanke is the lead content developer for the FridgeFilters.com blog. A Certified Water Specialist, recognized by the Water Quality Association since 2014, Mike shares tips, insight and advice that help ensure his readers enjoy the cleanest tasting, highest quality drinking water possible.

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