Most Bottled Water Is Produced In California, State Hit Hardest By Drought
According to this report from The Weather Channel, most of our domestic bottled water is sourced and produced in California, the state hit largest by drought in the USA. What people don’t know is that it take about 3 times the amount of water to produce a plastic bottle than to fill it; That most bottled water is not sourced from a spring, but is rather treated or purified tap water; and that the reverse osmosis process, an option commonly used to purify tap water, produces 5 times more water flushed down the drain than actual drinking water for consumption; a real waste of our important resource.
When it comes to bottled water systems, Vero water is made from local water sources, everywhere it is bottled, every time. The Vero+ purification process produces clean water with zero waste water, not only making it more efficient, but also an environmentally conscious purified water option.
“Our motivation for designing the Vero Water purification system had a lot to do with sustainability and environmental awareness,” said David Deshe, President of Vero Water. “People generally are not aware of what they’re drinking when it comes to water. Drinking conventional bottled water comes at a tremendous cost to the environment. They also don’t realize that the water they’re drinking is not as clean as they think.”
Restaurant bottled water is an important part of this debate as well. Many people order bottled water at restaurants because they do not want to drink from the tap. What’s important to understand is that there are many cleaner and more sustainable options out there.
When it comes to bottled water 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.