January 2022 Toolkit
POST ON JAN. 1, NEW YEAR’S DAY: Happy New Year! Need a great idea for a New Year’s resolution? Try one that involves adopting a healthy lifestyle and/or helping the environment. Drinking water is just as important during winter as any other time of year, and recycling is a habit that’s important for all to adopt and practice. Remember to always recycle your empty bottled water containers with the caps on. #NewYear2022 #DrinkMoreWater
POST ANY DAY: Looking for a pick-me-up this morning? You can easily find it by making a cup of coffee using water from your water cooler to get the boost you need!
Did you make a New Year’s resolution to lose weight? If so, this Harvard Medical School blogpost suggests that you drink #water not diet soda: www.health.harvard.edu/blog/zero-weight-loss-from-zero-calorie-drinks-say-it-aint-so-2021032222204. #BottledWater #DrinkMoreWater #HealthyChoices
POST ANY DAY: PET plastic is a valuable resource that can be recycled and used over and over again (napcor.com/frequently-asked-questions). But the only way it can happen is if you do your part to recapture plastic by always recycling your empty PET plastic containers. When you recycle, you are supporting circularity. What’s circularity? It’s a system aimed at making the most of resources by reusing them over and over again. #PutItInTheBin #Recycling
POST ANY DAY: Bottled water is regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The agency works to ensure that all bottled water products are safe for consumption—and that includes approving the packaging materials used for bottled water containers. Read more: bit.ly/2S4Qxdq
POST ANY DAY: Dehydration doesn’t take any days (or seasons) off. If you have a dry mouth or feel fatigued—you’re already there! That’s why it’s important to sip water throughout the day to help stay hydrated. #HydrationFastFact
POST ANY DAY: Your empty bottled water container is very important to bottled water and other industries once you recycle it. The recycling process turns those used bottles into rPET—and the bottled water industry uses that rPET to create new bottles! What’s rPET? Learn all about it in this video: youtu.be/zRSxapOpdSQ #rPET #Recycling #PET #BottledWater