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Your health: Stainless steel water bottles are better for you.

Your health: Stainless steel water bottles are better for you.

By giving up the habit of plastic water bottles, you can protect yourself from harmful chemicals.

They help you avoid BPA

Japan and Canada have completely banned BPA or BPA. Following them, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) banned the use of BPA from baby bottles and sippy cups in 2012. So why do they still allow BPA to be used in plastic water bottles? Research shows that BPA is harmful to your health. The plastic-free stainless steel bottle is 100% BPA-free.

They don’t contain other harmful chemicals

Although studies have shown a clear link between BPA and reproductive problems, BPA is still ubiquitous in many plastic bottles, including disposable and reusable water bottles. However, did you know that even if plastic bottles do not contain BPA, they may contain other toxins?

Stainless steel water bottles keep mold and other bacteria at bay

In addition to being chemical-free, stainless steel water bottles are rust, corrosion and stain resistant. If designed well, they don’t give mold and bacteria a place to hide.

Quick tip: Learn the pros and cons of every refillable bottle type in our definitive guide on choosing a water bottle.

The planet: With every sip, you can improve our environment.

Americans buy 29 million plastic water bottles a year. For every six bottles people buy, only one is recycled. The rest end up in landfills and take more than 1,000 years per bottle to decompose.

Stainless steel water bottles are sustainable

Did you know that people recycle only about 12 percent of the plastic water bottles they buy? And of that 12 percent, only 50 percent of everything we put in the recycling bin is actually recycled.

That means that the vast majority of plastic water bottles end up in our landfills, where they each take approximately 1,000 years to decompose. During that time, they leach harmful chemicals into our environment.

They require fewer resources and less energy

Did you know that it takes three times the amount of water in a bottle of water to make it as it does to fill it? It takes almost 2,000 times the energy to manufacture a bottle of water as it does to produce tap water.

Bottled water production requires 17 million bottles of oil a year. Additionally, in just one week, 40,000 18-wheeler trucks line our roads just to deliver the bottled water to retail stores nationwide. That adds up to a lot of fossil fuels required just to make and transport the bottles. Then, if not recycled, all of those natural resources end up sitting in our landfills as the bottles decompose.

For pleasure: Pure water from stainless steel bottles just tastes better!

Studies show that tap water flat out tastes better than bottled water!

They don’t retain flavors

Does this sound familiar?: You fill your reusable plastic bottle with a homemade iced chai tea latte and bring it with you to work. Yum! It sits on your desk throughout the day, and you leave it in the sink overnight (oops). The next morning, you run it through the dishwasher and refill it with ice water. On your way to work, you notice that your ice water tastes like chai tea! Yuck!

High-quality stainless steel water bottles do not retain flavors. So you can rest assured that no matter what you fill it with, you won’t wind up with a cup of coffee-tasting water in the morning.

Studies show that tap water tastes better than bottled water anyway

Flavor leaching aside, studies show that in blind taste tests, people actually prefer the taste of tap water to that of bottle water. Because it doesn’t have fancy marketing or celebrities behind it, if you ask consumers which tastes, better, they are more likely to say bottled water. But when it comes down to it, studies show that tap water flat out tastes better.

They keep your water hot or cold for longer

Unlike plastic and glass containers, one of the greatest stainless steel water bottle benefits is that it can keep your beverages hot or cold longer. By keeping your beverages hot for up to 12 hours and cold for up to 24 hours, stainless steel bottles can help you say goodbye to luke-warm coffee and too-warm lemon water!

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