Great video from our friends at Eco - tube, enjoy. http://www.eco-tube.com/v/FUN/Flashmob_recycling.aspx
by: Mike posted on: December 13th, 2012
by: Mike posted on: December 10th, 2012
Interviewing all week for our new team member to further enhance our growing organisation. Lets hope they like tap water.........
by: Mike posted on: December 6th, 2012
tapwater.org was priviledged to be invited to City University's Green Week. Besides displayed our products we also explained to students that City University had taken bold steps to provide free drinking water on campus. The scheme has been so successful that the machines are now dispensing 115,000 litres a year a saving of 230,000 plastic bottles to landfill. If you translated this into mo..
by: Mike posted on: December 4th, 2012
Bottled water is self regulated meaning even Del Boy could sell it if he wanted to make money. According to the report, 22% of bottled water brands tested in a recent study by the Natural Resources Defense Council were found to have chemical contaminants levels that exceeded government guidelines. (1,000 bottles of water were tested.) Meanwhile, there are strict government standards in place to..
by: Mike posted on: November 27th, 2012
Mr Michael Hoogendijk should wash his mouth out with his own processed spring and mineral water for the un-truths told in his story below. He states that spring water and mineral water are pure giving the impression they are untouched which he well knows is not true. To set the record straight all drinking waters are processed including spring and mineral waters. When extracted these are full o..
by: Mike posted on: November 23rd, 2012
On January the first your new years resolution could be to stop buying bottled water. Go on try it and you and your family can take an extra holiday in 2013 now that sounds like fun. Click on the link below to view a great video from story of stuff have a great weekend. http://www.storyofstuff.org/movies-all/story-of-bottled-water/