Reusable Water Bottle Giveaway from ‘The Never Waste’ Campaign


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The Never Waste campaign was designed to help Americans change the way we think about water to make an impact on water challenges here in the US, and is being launched by the Alliance for Water Efficiency and communities nationwide. Using the water we already have more efficiently is the most cost-effective way to preserve water for future generations.

Why Reducing Water Waste is Important

  • The U.S. population grows by one person every 15 seconds. The total water supply is finite. Human beings are highly creative, but we cannot create more water.
  • At least 36 states are anticipating water shortages in 2013. We can’t sustain our way of life if we don’t use water more wisely.
  • Much of the water we use is not consumed and escapes through leaks. The amount of water leaked from U.S. homes could exceed more than 1 trillion gallons annually, enough for Los Angeles, Chicago, and Miami.
  • Saving water can help you save money. The average household spends over $950 per year on its water and sewer bill. A few simple changes could save about $300 per year.
  • It also saves energy. Letting your faucet run for five minutes uses as much energy as letting a 60-watt bulb run for 14 hours.

Understanding how much water we waste becomes much easier when we can compare it to an everyday object. The Never Waste campaign features a water bottle that helps quantify the amount of water we waste on a daily basis., offers consumers tips to help reduce water waste, such as fixing leaky appliances, turning off the faucet when possible and using water wisely outdoors. Consumers can also use a household water calculator to determine their water use and compare it with both water-efficient and average homes nearby.

And thanks to the good folks at Never Waste, readers of The Good Human now have a chance to win one of these reusable water bottles. What do you have to do to enter? There are a few simple rules:

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    1. Thank you for the giveaway opportunity, and the information regarding what water wastage equates to, in terms of energy useage- I can see that there will be some discussion at my (mostly male) household, regarding shaving! LOL

    2. What a great giveaway and website too. They’re on a great mission and I wish them all the best; along with wishing you all all the best. 🙂

    3. I could definitely use a water bottle, thank you for doing this. This must be the day to think about water as I just took my water footprint this morning.

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