Water To Go Bottle and LifeStraw
Being active outdoors means you need to stay hydrated. This can mean guzzling lots of water from single-use bottles.
Even if you are really good at reusing your own bottles, there’s a good chance that during holidays spent in far flung tropical surf spots and mountain ranges, tap water won’t be viable.
You’ll have to buy water bottles each day, often in areas where recycling is non-existent and bottles are burnt or washed out sea.
Water bottles generally hang around for about 450 years before degrading. Avoid leaving a water bottle legacy by investing in a high-tech filter bottle that you can use with suspect tap water abroad by removing nasties such as bacteria, Protoza, E.Coli and Cholera.
When you buy LifeStraw, you also help to save the planet in a different way. For each LifeStraw purchased, a portion of the funds is used to supply
high-volume LifeStraw Community purifiers to children in developing countries.
The first distribution took place in western Kenya in October 2014 when 1,646 LifeStraw Community purifiers were distributed to 301 schools. Now, more than 157,975 students there have safe drinking water. This coming November, another 2,000 purifiers will bring safe drinking water to an additional 203,000 school aged kids in Kenya.
Buy a Water To Go Filter Bottle or LifeStraw here
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