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PRODUCT: Body Glove Water Bottle

For Earth Day, re-examine your water bottle habits. Each year, more than 2 million tons of water bottles end up in landfills. Plastic waste in water and coastal areas kills 100,000 marine animals, 1 million sea birds and countless fish annually.

1. Do you buy a new bottle of water every time you’re thirsty? Uh oh—lots of landfill. For some consciousness-raising, read this article from Fast Company.

2. Do you refill the bottle a few times before you buy a new bottle of water? Better, but still landfill.

3. Do you have a reusable, BPA-free water bottle that you use instead of purchasing water? And better yet, does your water bottle have an internal filter that turns tap water into top water?

If not, let us introduce you to the Body Glove.



Get one for yourself and one for a friend.
Photo courtesy Body Glove.

The BPA-free reusable water bottle has a built-in filter that’s good for 300 uses (and replacement filters are available after that, so one bottle can serve you for years). That’s 300 plastic water bottles eliminated from landfills! Don’t you feel good already?

The “glove” part of the body glove is comfortable, stretch fabric that makes holding the bottle feel good, too.

Tested by the EPA, the Body Glove portable filter bottle by Water, Inc. meets or exceeds protocols. The patented Ionic-Adsorption Micro-Filtration System reduces up to 99.99% of the following zones of contamination: aesthetics (unpleasant taste, odor, etc.), harmful pathogens, chemicals and dissolved solids (heavy metals including lead and mercury).

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  • Learn more about the different types of water in our Water Glossary.

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