January 2023 Toolkit

January 1: New Year

Happy New Year! Still need a New Year’s resolution? Try adding one that involves both adopting a healthy lifestyle and helping the environment. Drinking water is important year-round (yes, even during winter), and recycling is a habit that’s important for all to adopt and practice for a healthier environment—and remember, always recycle your empty bottled water containers with the caps on! #NewYear2023 #DrinkMoreWater

January 2: National Science Fiction Day

Today is National Science Fiction Day! Here’s something that isn’t fiction, but is definitely science: water plays a vital role in many bodily functions, including physiological processes like body temperature regulation and transportation of nutrients. In order to stay hydrated, bottled water is the healthiest option and it’s also very safe. #BottledWater is highly regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), which ensures that all bottled water products are safe to consume. #H2OFactCheck

Any Day: Healthy Decisions

Start 2023 off with making healthy decisions. If you make your health a top priority, then water is the best choice for #HealthyHydration. Beverages are just as important as the food you eat when it comes to overall health. Take control of your health and choose to #DrinkMoreWater

January 16: Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day!

Any Day: There when you need it.

Whether it’s an everyday emergency, like staying hydrated on the way to work — or something more critical like a storm contaminating your tap water, #BottledWater is here for you. #ThereWhenYouNeedIt

Any Day: Healthy Hydration

Did you know that introducing healthy foods and beverages to children from birth to 5 years of age often shapes the health behaviors that they follow throughout adulthood? Simple exposure to healthy choices, including choosing water instead of sugar-sweetened beverages, can help ensure your child is happy and healthy for years to come. #DrinkMoreWater #HealthyHydration

Any Day: Convenience

Drinking bottled water–whether from a cooler at your home/office or a convenient, on-the-go single-serve container–is a great way to pursue a healthy lifestyle and quench your thirst. Remember, even in the cold you can become dehydrated! #DrinkMoreWater 

Any Day: Recycling

Making new plastic bottles from recycled bottles uses 84% less energy than when using virgin materials. In the new year, practice circularity and recycle your empty plastic bottle containers – and leave the caps on! #RecycleRight