Reusable Water Bottle Project

As part of LCF's mission to take real and concrete action on climate change, LCF is now ready to distribute safe and reusable water bottles to our students! This campaign aims to decrease the use of mineral water bottle used by youngster in rural areas.

Sebagai bagian dari misi LCF dalam melakukan tindakanya nyata dalam perubahan iklim global. LCF sekarang sudah siap untuk mendistribusikan botol minum isian ulang yang aman kepada siswi/a LCF. Project ini bertujuan untuk mengurangi penggunaan botol plastik minuman mineral yang digunakan masyarakat.

Here are 5 reasons why not to purchase bottled water*:
- Bottled water is not any healthier or cleaner than tap water, although the industry may claim
- One plastic bottle can take hundreds of years to decompose; therefore, loading up our landfills for years at a time
- Expensive and costly compared to drinking tap water or filtered water from a reusable, biodegradable bottle
- The production of one plastic bottle uses energy, omits toxins into the air, and uses more water to produce than actually put into the bottle for drinking
- Plastic bottles contain a harmful substance called polyethylene terephthalate, or PET, which is dangerous to human health

Here are benefits of using a reusable water bottle
- Better for our environment by reducing the amount of fossil fuels and toxins released into the air during production
- Durable, stylish, and can help you decrease your carbon footprint
- Better for your health and the health of your family by using a BPA-free, lead-free reusable bottle

Want to involved? Yes, you can buy our reusable water bottle for 25k, we will then use the money to continue project and to provide schools with water filler station.

Ayo tunjukkan kepedulianmu pada lingkungan, kalian bisa ikut berpartisipasi dengan membeli botol isian ulang dari kami, keuntungannya akan digunakan untuk membeli botol lainnya dan juga untuk menyedikan tempat isi ulang di sekolah-sekolah di Indonesia.
*Source: www(dotbanthebottle(dot)net/articles/think-reusable-bottles-forget-plastic-bottled-water/


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