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Plastic Water Bottles Should Be Banned

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Athena Bongoyan

on 18 June 2015

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Transcript of Plastic Water Bottles Should Be Banned

Plastic Water Bottles Should Be Banned
By: Athena
Plastic Bottles Are Expensive
According to The Water Project, on average, Americans are spending $100 a year for just one person. If the whole population of America were to use plastic water bottles, $32.2 billion would be spent.
Plastic Bottles Are Bad For The Environment
The production and transport of plastic water bottles waste fossil fuels that could have been useful in other ways. According to Ban the Bottle, the recycling rate of the U.S. is only 23%, which is a waste of $1 billion a year.
Water In Plastic Bottles Are Not As Clean As They Claim
Water bottle labels may claim that they from from pure distilled water, but that claim can be false. Some water bottle manufacturers were found to use municipal tap water. All they did was take the water, re-filter it, put it in the bottle, and doubled the price of regular tap water, which is a complete rip-off to those who do use plastic water bottles.
Plastic Water Bottles
can have a negative result on people and the environment. Using metal water bottles will help stop pollution and help keep money in people's wallets.
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