We all know how important water is. It’s not hard to find a plastic bottle for sale, but it is also not hard to find an empty plastic bottle filling a garbage space and ultimately landfills. Being at a time when resources are abundantly used and some natural resources becoming more difficult to get, it’s time we think of ways to reduce our demands on the environment.
With water being a necessity in life, it is important to drink enough every day and to have it available when needed. Not getting enough daily water can lead to dehydration which includes light headedness, sleepiness, dry skin, headaches, and under severe conditions can lead to seeking medical help.
The best way to avoid all of this is to drink enough water. Being such active people these days, having water on the go is a necessity.
Icebox Water is a neat way to get water on the go. With crisp Canadian spring water packed in a 100% recyclable and Bisphenol-A FREE (BPA-Free) carton, this new way of portable water is perfect for any outing or trip. This unique carton is not only a sustainable box made of pressed-paper, but will keep water cold while preventing hot sun from warming it up so fast. With its thin design it fits great in cup holders.
Icebox water comes in a 250 mL and 500 mL container with a cap making it great for road trips, the beach, hikes, gym, dance studio, everywhere! Plus, it’s a fun discussion piece and with water being at a critical point in California, this is a great way to get the portable water we need without stressing our local over worked resources.
And if not bringing in water from a source that is abundant AND reducing the production of plastic bottles that come from refining oil and petroleum products, Icebox Water has recently partnered with 1% For The Planet and will donate funds that will help to provide clean water in developing countries around the world.
Find out more about Icebox Water by visiting http://www.iceboxwater.com and keep an eye out for boxed water.
We partnered to share how great and useful Icebox Water is especially for us in drought stricken California!