Summer Bottled Water Safetey Tips

Hey guys, here we are in the height of the summer heat. We are all immersed in to global warming, outdoor BBQ, fishing trips, baseball games, geraniums, and Iron-man outdoor athletics. Are we sweating yet? Are we thirsty? Americans are set to consume about 20 billion bottles of water during June, July and August. hat translates to about 5 billion gallons of water. People always want to know if bottled…

Why Does Bottled Water Have An Expiration Date?

In this week’s Parade magazine columnist Marilyn vos Savant answered this very question from one of her readers. In one paragraph she did a nice job of addressing the issue. The Cliffs Notes version of her answer suggested that over time a bottle might break and leak, the water might develop an unacceptable taste and smell, and then finally, over time certain harmful chemicals in the plastic might leach out…

Bottled Water and Aging Water Infrastructure Spell Bad News For Earth

Around 1980 my then Brother-In-Law suggested that I take my water expertise and begin selling bottled water. I told him that he was nuts and then lamented, “who the hell is going to pay for a bottle of water”? Nearly 40 years later, he looms a genius and I feel like a moron. For sure the bottled water market is an economic juggernaut. In a recent story by The Business…