Last week, a bill banning plastic bags in California received enough votes in the state Senate for it to go to Governor Jerry Brown for his signature to become law. Plastic bags are one of the biggest pollutants of the ocean and other bodies of water, and cost millions of dollars to clean up. There is a good chance that this ban will lead other states to follow suit.
The main issue with the ban was the loss in revenue for plastic bag manufacturers. They obviously didn’t want to see this bill passed and lobbied hard against it, but the Senate saw it differently. “The importance of minimizing our footprint on the environment is paramount for our survival, and commercial plastic water bottles remain an issue,” said David Deshe, founder of Vero Water.
Bottled water systems with re-usable glass bottles are becoming more popular for this reason. Not only is it more cost effective, but also and most importantly a sustainable option for the environment. Home and restaurant bottled water that is purified through an advanced system is a great clean water option, and provides the end users with the taste and quality that they should expect.
When it comes to water bottling systems, Vero water is quickly becoming the name in clean, refreshing and cost effective commercial and personal hydration. Many of the best restaurants and hospitality groups in the United States agree. Vero not only saves their clients money, but also provides them with a technologically superior, environmentally aware and sophisticated purified water experience. To learn more about Vero Water, check out their website, as well as their Facebook, Twitter and Intstagram pages.