OK, I don't know how these might work out but the premise is right with me so I'll "Bite". I'll let you know what I think...Or jump on over and try them yourself...
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The Bite:Use water filters instead - tap water might contain contaminants, but (believe it or not) bottled water isn't always cleaner. Use home water filters such as faucet-mounted or pitcher filters - the best way to ensure a clean supply of drinking water at home.
- Save the 1.5 million tons of plastic expended in the bottling of 89 billion liters of water each year.
- Get rid of contaminants normally found in tap water such as chlorine, cryptosporidium, Giardia , lead and pesticide runoff.
- Save money - check out the Bang for the Bite (left) for the juicy details.
- Filters are a safer bet - up to 40% of all bottled water comes from a city water system, just like tap water.
Personally SpeakingWe both have faucet-mounted Brita filters and are somewhat notorious for refilling and carrying hard plastic water bottles with us everywhere.
- Brita - this is our favorite - $34.99 (refill filters are $32.99 for 2)
- Pur - Very pretty, for you brushed chrome lovers... $49.49 (replacement filters: 4 for $37.98)
- Top 10 home water filters , water purifiers & water treatment system brands compared by price, performance and ongoing costs
- Nice cost comparison of various water filter options available
Source: Earth Friendly ideas from Ideal Bite: Your place for green living tips made fun and easy, green consumer, organic foods, organic living, eco-friendly, ecologically sustainable lifestyle website!