Greenwash Of The Week: Nestle Pure Life Water.

November 4, 2009 0 Comments

I don’t really have much to say other than…yea, right. Nestle’s ad campaign for their Pure Life water touts the fact that their bottles use 15% less plastic because of their “Eco-Shape”. Um…

There is absolutely nothing green or eco about water packaged in plastic bottles. Nothing. And as I always do when posts like this go live, if you need more reasons to avoid bottled water you can check out my post 12 Reasons To Stop Drinking Bottled Water.


Nice try, Nestle, nice try.

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