Tensions were high as we waited to be seated for the 2011 International Green Awards. Over dinner we contemplated winning and what speech we would make until finally the moment arrived. Philippa Forrester hosted the presentation ceremony and anounced the winners in reverse order and when the name tapwater.org was mentioned as Silver Medal winner we jumped from our seats in excitement, what a gr..
by: Mike posted on: November 25th, 2011
by: Mike posted on: November 24th, 2011
Tonight at the National History Musium we will take our place amoung the other organisations shortlisted for a Green Award. The event starts with drinks at 18.30 which should settle the nerves a little and then onto dinner. Each catagory has five shortlisted candidates from which a winner is selected, moving on to the main price and the overall winner. I will update you tomorrow on how our sche..
by: Mike posted on: November 21st, 2011
Weary of plastic litter, Grand Canyon National Park officials were in the final stages of imposing a ban on the sale of disposable water bottles in the Grand Canyon late last year when the nation’s parks chief abruptly blocked the plan after conversations with Coca-Cola, a major donor to the National Park Foundation. Stephen P. Martin, the architect of the plan and the top parks..
by: Mike posted on: November 16th, 2011
tapwater.org have a stall at Loseley Park, Christmas Gift and Craft Show in Guildford on the 18/19/20 November come along and say hello. The show is considered to be the largest Christmas Gift Show in the South of England with everything you need for family and friends. There is sure to be Santa and mulled wine all under cover in heated marquees. http://www.livecraftslimited.co.uk/gift_lose..
by: Mike posted on: November 15th, 2011
"One was that water improves your skin," he says. "We showed there was no scientific basis for that. The second myth is that drinking water is an aid to diets and would reduce your appetite. That has been carefully studied and it doesn't. If you flavour the water, that will suppress your calorific intake during the subsequent meal, but nobody has shown that it suppresses it o..
by: Mike posted on: November 10th, 2011
We don't even have bottled water shops in the wealthiest parts of London so why in the Bronx, read more............. According to a study from the Medical College of Wisconsin, poor families are three times more likely to buy bottled water. Figures show the average American family spends up to £415 per year on bottled water, with Latinos and black families spending more than w..