Just 1 Multi-Pure water filter prevents up to 12,000 plastic bottles from ending up in our landfills or oceans!
Hello, I'm Laura, Aka "The Water Filter Lady. Multi-Pure's 2007 "Rookie of the Year". I live in Florida with my husband Carl. Between us, we have 4 children & 5 grandchildren. My concerns for our environment has really made me more focused on not only helping people get cleaner water, but on education about the impacts of the terrible things we are doing or allowing to happen to our planet. Deciding to drink filtered tap water instead of bottled water can have huge benefits for the earth. We can eliminate unnecessary waste going into our landfills and oceans, cut back on the energy it takes to produce and transport the bottles, reduce our exposure to harmful chemicals like BPA, and stop supporting an industry moving to turn water from a common resource into an expensive commodity Visit me at HTTP://THEWATERFILTERLADYSBLOG.COM
Only about 10% of the 10 billion bottles of water sold each year are recycled; the rest end up in our landfills or oceans. Bottled water now outsells milk and juice in the USA and tons of greenhouse gases are generated each day to deliver those millions of bottles of water to retailers, businesses and homes across North America. These facts, along with numerous other concerns, have resulted in an increased attack against bottled water. Join us in our fight against the environmental impacts of bottled water, by purchasing your own water filter at http://www.thewaterfilterlady.com or become a Multi-Pure Independent distributor at Visit my blog
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