Why TAPP Water is better than buying bottled water

Too many plastic bottles

In 2016, only for the consumption of bottled water, 480,000 million plastic bottles were used worldwide. [1] In 2021, it is estimated that we will reach 583.3 billion. Almost 20,000 bottles per second! And do you know the worst? Only 9% is recycled, the rest ends up in landfills, groundwater, rivers and oceans. Say goodbye to plastic with TAPP Water.

Not a drop of water wasted

To make a plastic bottle, you need 6 to 7 times the content of the bottle in water. That is, when we drink 1 litre of bottled water, we are actually consuming more than 7-8 litres. And without taking into account the water used during the bottling process, transport and subsequent waste management. With TAPP Water, you won't waste a drop. [two]

Fresh water, a scarce resource

Of all the water in the world, we can only use 0.5% for our needs and those of the ecosystem! Only 3% of the world's water is drinkable and of this, 2.5% is frozen in Antarctica, the Arctic and glaciers. Make a more responsible use of a good as vital as water with TAPP Water. [3]

Plastic Free Health

Did you know that if you eat seafood or fish, you could be consuming plastic? Due to the manufacturing process of many items, a large amount of plastic is disposed of in the environment and, consequently, in our food. Not good for your health! With TAPP Water you will enjoy water that is 100% free of microplastics and you will reduce the impact of plastic. [4]

Let's take care of our oceans

Every minute, the equivalent of a plastic garbage truck ends up in our oceans. Fish, seabirds, and marine mammals and turtles - according to the United Nations, more than 800 species worldwide! - can become entangled in or ingested, causing suffocation, starvation and drowning. Protect the oceans and their inhabitants, join TAPP Water. [5]

1. Information confirmed in The Guardian article .
2. Water Footprint Network information confirmed in NPR article .
3. Information extracted from the United Nations website in the section on Sustainable Development Goal 12: Responsible Consumption and Production .
4. Information extracted from the article on the WHO website
5. Information extracted from the article from the PEW research center

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