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Hit the bottle sale! Stainless steel bottles for under $3 imprinted!

HIT THE BOTTLE! YOUR WAY TO HEALTH -- YOURS AND THE PLANET'S

Big sale on large 23 oz. stainless steel bottles...cool colors or even clean stainless silver!

Reduce or eliminate plastic bottle use with our 100% recyclable stainless steel water bottles. These BPA-free bottles come in silver, black, green, white, blue, black or red as shown above. (FDA report available proving safety of lining of bottles and bottles themselves.)

 

 We can feature your imprint in up to full-color printing. (Please inquire about full-color pricing).  

                                                                                                                              - 100% recyclable -

 

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SILVER STAINLESS STEEL BOTTLES:

includes one-color imprint:

96 - $2.99    144 - $2.90   240 - $2.80    504 - 2.69   1008 - 2.59

 

NAVY OR GREEN STAINLESS STEEL BOTTLES:

includes one-color imprint:

96 - $3.79    144 - $3.59   240 - $3.49    504 - 3.39   1008 - 3.29

 

Imprint area: 3" x 3". $45 screen charge, shipping additional. Inquire about multicolor imprinting.

 

 

 

Recyclable - FDA-approved coating inside - Lightweight - Durable -

- Carabiner included - Leak Resistant -


--FACTOID: In just the USA, 2.5 million plastic water bottles are used each HOUR; and only 14% are recycled. A horrible waste of resources, including our rapidly depleting old friend, petroleum. Millions of bottles end up in our oceans (80% of waste we add to the ocean is plastic.) Also, bottled water depletes important aquifers....A report by www.earth-policy.org tells us:

The global consumption of bottled water reached 154 billion liters (41 billion gallons) in 2004, up 57 percent from the 98 billion liters consumed five years earlier. Even in areas where tap water is safe to drink, demand for bottled water is increasing—producing unnecessary garbage and consuming vast quantities of energy. Although in the industrial world bottled water is often no healthier than tap water, it can cost up to 10,000 times more. At as much as $2.50 per liter ($10 per gallon), bottled water costs more than gasoline.

The United States is the world’s leading consumer of bottled water, with Americans drinking 26 billion liters in 2004, or approximately one 8-ounce glass per person every day. Mexico has the second highest consumption, at 18 billion liters. China and Brazil follow, at close to 12 billion liters each. Ranking fifth and sixth in consumption are Italy and Germany, using just over 10 billion liters of bottled water each. (See report for full info.)