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Handy, Healthy, Good-For-Our-Planet Beverage Keepers
BPA & Taste Free - With an inner layer of BPA-free Polyethylene and two outer layers of Nylon, vapur bottles are healthy for humans (animals too) and kids love the colors.
Reusable - Designed for reuse, vapur is rugged enough to take a real pounding followed by serious cleaning and then get back to work for you.
Foldable - Empty vapur bottles are foldable and designed to stow in pocket, purse, backpack, gear bag, duffle or wherever convenient.
Attachable - vapur bottles clip just about anywhere - clothes, packs, belts, gear - with built-in carabiners*.
Chill - Fill and chill vapur with your favorite drink before heading out. vapur won't go unstable with a rounded bottom from freezing like metal beverage containers and can be frozen over and over.
Multi-Task - Ride horses or bikes, boat, fish, surf, paddle, hike, run, skate, ski or just enjoy a really useful, planet friendly beverage bottle for work, school, shopping, fun, or getting around anywhere. vapur fits all your worlds.
Save Our Oceans, Inland Waterways, Beaches And Trails And Treat Yourself To Your Favorite Outdoor Drink In A Reusable, BPA-Free
*Carabiner is for attaching vapur bottles to clothing or gear only - not for climbing purposes or supporting loads heavier than a full vapur bottle.
vapur is U.S. Made.
Save Our Oceans, Inland Waterways, Beaches And Trails While Treating Yourself To Your Favorite Outdoor Drink In A BPA-Free
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Plastic Containers Can Hurt The Planet And The Pocketbook
Below Are Generally Accepted Quotes From Respected Sources About Disposable Water Bottles
(Click on a quote to link to its source on the Internet)
"...approximately 50 billion bottles of water are consumed per annum in the U.S. and around 200 billion bottles globally."
"In addition to the water sold in plastic bottles, the Pacific Institute estimates that twice as much water is used in the production process. Thus, every liter sold represents three liters of water."
"The manufacture of every ton of PET produces around 3 tons of carbon dioxide (CO2). Bottling water thus created more than 2.5 million tons of CO2 in 2006."
"In the United States, plastic used to create bottles uses an estimated 15 million barrels of oil annually."
"Only 7 percent of the total plastic waste generated in 2009 was recovered for recycling."
"In the United States, bottled water costs range between $0.25 and $2 per bottle, while tap water costs less than a penny."
U.S. "bottled water plants must test for coliform bacteria just once a week; big-city tap water must be tested 100 or more times a month."
"A 2008 study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association also implicated BPA in cases of heart disease and diabetes."