• Clean, filtered water emerges from every water source in the house.

• Chlorine and other chemicals are removed as soon as they enter a home’s plumbing system and are no longer released into the air.

• When chlorine and other chemicals are removed from water used for washing, 
these chemicals can no longer become embedded in clothing.

• Removing chlorine from the water used in 
dishwashing prevents chlorine vapors from being released into the air and reduces soap scum on dishes.

•  Using a whole house water system greatly enhances the overall healthfulness 
of drinking water.

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• Most of the bottled water you buy is just glorified tap water. There are a few brands whose water really comes from springs and mountain streams, but most are just tap water that’s been purified.

• Only 1 out of 5 plastic bottles are recycled. The rest just becomes litter or get buried somewhere.

• It takes 1 PET plastic bottle 700 years to start decomposing. Bacteria, which usually helps in breaking down organic materials, don’t like petroleum-based plastics. Technically, they can last forever.

• More than 100 million plastic bottles are used worldwide every day!

• 90% of the cost of bottled water is due to the packaging, not the water quality.

• 3 liters of water is used to package 1 bottle of water.

• Plastic water bottles are petroleum based. In the U.S alone, it takes 1.5 million barrels of oil to meet the demands.

• Can alleviate the effects of asthma and allergies by providing cleaner air to breathe in the house.

• Eliminates the 
risks of both drinking and showering in contaminated water.

• It's the only truly effective shower filter, by 
water at low temperatures to facilitate the removal of chlorine and other chemicals.

• Ensures protection from the carcinogenic effects of both
drinking and inhaling chlorine and other dangerous chemicals.

• The use of a whole house water system is the last means of 
protection from breakdowns in municipal water treatment and sanitation systems.

• An estimate 1,500 plastic bottles end up as waste in landfills or thrown in the ocean every second.

• There’s an area in the Pacific Ocean the size of Texas - known as The Great Pacific Garbage Patch – which is composed of plastic.

• Plastic is listed as the number one threat to our marine ecosystem.

• The energy used to manufacture bottled water can power 190,000 homes.

• Antimony, which causes dizziness and depression and even death can be found in PET plastic bottles.

• Plastic bottles also contain Bisphenol A which has been linked to obesity, diabetes, and cancer.

• The plastic bottles may be BPA-Free but there are chemicals in the bottles, such as phthalates, can seep into the drink and be harmful to your health.

From this data, it’s clear that bottling water is not a health solution, but an illusion that needs to stop. Due to these environmental issues, some countries are thinking of banning the manufacture of water bottles