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  • No heavy bottles to lift, no trips to the store, and no monthly billing required.
  • Tests indicate that most bottled waters may be of low quality and often do not even meet the same standards as tap water.
  • Bottled water is more costly than the water prepared with our Forever Healthy "2 Pure H2O" Vita Tech Water System.

  • When the quality and performance is combined, it is the most cost-efficient convenient method of getting pure
    great-tasting water.

Eliminate buying

bottled water

and the excess plastics

going into landfills!



  • With our Forever Healthy "2 Pure H2O" Vita Tech Water System, the cost of your high quality purified water is a few cents per gallon, which translates into big savings for you and your family, when compared to how much is spent on a gallon of bottled water from the grocery store or delivered to your home by truck.
  • The Forever Healthy "2 Pure H2O" Vita Tech Water System is the best natural health protection we can have ... and our home water purification is the best way to have it.

  • Other purified and/or filtered bottled waters usually have no packaging or freshness expiration dates.

  • Bottled waters can grow bacteria during weeks of sitting on the shelf. Please see:

Bottled Water
Pure Drink or Pure Hype?

Chapter 3


Bottled Water Storage and Growth of Microorganisms

Bottled water often is stored at relatively warm (room) temperatures for extended periods of time, generally with no residual disinfectant contained in it. As noted in the Technical Report (print report only) and shown in Figure 8, several studies have documented that there can be substantial growth of certain bacteria in bottled mineral water during storage, with substantial increases in some cases in the levels of types such as heterotrophic-plate-count-bacteria and Pseudomonas. [100] Studies also have shown that even when there are relatively low levels of bacteria in water when it is bottled, after one week of storage, total bacteria counts can jump by 1,000-fold or more in mineral water. [101]

Straight to the Source:

  • Light and heat can affect the plastics that can cause chemicals to leach into the water. Some plastics have been shown to negatively affect our hormones.

Plastic Facts

  • Americans throw away 2.5 million plastic bottles every hour. (1)

  • Worldwide each year the planet is using 30 billion throw-away bottles of water! (2)
  • 8 out of 10 of those bottles end up in a landfill. (3)
  • Plastic takes up to 1,000 years to degrade in a landfill. (4), (5)

  • Recycling plastic takes 88% less energy than making plastic from raw materials.(5)

  • Enough plastic is thrown away each year to circle the Earth four times. (5)

  • Americans throw away 35 billion plastic bottles every year. (5)

  • Only about 25% of the plastic produced in the U.S. is recycled. (5)

  • If we recycled the other 75% we could save 1 billion gallons of oil and 44 million cubic yards of landfill space annually. (5)

  • Using aluminum or glass containers is always preferable over plastic. (5)

  • A plastic bottle of drinking water contains on average 4 cents worth of water. (5)

  • By using reusable drink containers, an average person can eliminate the need for 100 disposable bottles per year. (5)




Why the Oil Industry Benefits from Bottled Water Sales

By Richard Girard                                                                                                                                                       June 26, 2008

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Toronto votes for plastic bag fee, banning the water bottle 

By Allison Hanes                                                                                         December 02, 2008, 7:22 PM                                                                                        
"... A ban on the sale of plastic water bottles at civic centres, effective immediately, and on all municipal premises from city hall to golf courses by 2011. ..."

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More plastic than plankton in Pacific Ocean
A mass of plastic in the Pacific, increasing tenfold each decade since 1945, is now the size of Texas and killing everything in its wake.

By The Calgary Herald                                                                                                                                         January 25, 2009

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Birds, boats threatened by the Pacific's Great Garbage Patch 

By Mario Aguilera, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, via AP

Trash floats in the Great Garbage Patch, about 1,000 miles west of California. Refuse collects in the huge vortex, which is formed by ocean currents.

By Marco R. della Cava, USA TODAY                                                           Updated 11/15/2009 8:59 PM

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Forever Healthy's 

"The Power of Water" 




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