) you may be able to put your empty water bottles out for collection.If not, go to Earth911 to find a recycling location.See how we keep our water high-quality every step of the way in our Water Quality Report.It’s not always exactly the same, since natural spring water changes depending on a handful of factors.To join the (almost) never-ending cycle, visit earth911 to see how and where to recycle in your community. The thing is, recycling plastic water bottles is simple, but it changes from place to place.If your community collects recyclables, then (woo hoo!PET itself is an inert substance, meaning it does not react, dissolve or degrade when exposed to water or the environment.It also only generates extremely low traces of PET by-products which evaporate readily or migrate very slowly.
Keep them at a moderate temperature in a cool, clean shaded location and away from detergents, cleansers and other strong-smelling chemicals or products (like yesterday’s mackerel). We keep our bottled water quality reports (based on independent testing from certified labs) right here.Purified water, on the other hand, often comes from a municipal source. Spring water comes from a naturally occurring spring source (in our case, in Florida).Tap water comes from municipal sources, and the treatment varies from town to town.We make them available because we like to be just as transparent as our water.
We go through a step-by-step process (10 steps to be exact) to provide an all-around great product, from quality to taste.
We’re also working with Keep America Beautiful to make more recycling bins available around Florida. Bottled water has the lowest environmental impact of all other packaged beverages.