June 2023 Toolkit

June 1: Start of Hurricane Season

Today marks the official start of hurricane season. Are you prepared? One key item to have in your hurricane preparedness kit is #BottledWater. FEMA advises that bottled water is the safest, most reliable water to drink following a severe storm and recommends storing at least 1 gallon of water per person, per day for several days for drinking and sanitation. Learn more at www.ready.gov/water. #BePrepared #DrinkWater

Any Day: Regulation

Our bodies and health depend on water 💧 So, it’s extra important to pay attention to the water we’re putting into our bodies. Bottled water is stringently regulated by FDA as a food product, which means that 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 #staysafe #stayhydrated

June 7: National Running Day

Going for a run on #NationalRunningDay? Whether you’re an avid runner or just want to get outside for a light stroll, staying #hydrated is important. According to the National Institutes of Health, if you’re well-hydrated, your heart pumps blood more efficiently, blood vessel function is supported, and circulation improves. So, grab a bottle of water, get out there, and #GetHydrated! Learn more about hydration and heart health here: https://bit.ly/3oxsqa2


Any Day: Recycling

Did you know? The plastic used to make bottled water containers is a valuable resource that is 100% recyclable. It’s true: plastic bottled water containers can be recycled again and again and turned into new products. Recycling these bottles is an important, simple step in supporting a circular economy. That means when you recycle your empty bottled of water (with the cap on), it goes back into the supply chain instead of the landfill—and that helps to make the most of these valuable plastic resources. #OneSimpleStep #RecycleRight #BeTheChange

May 14: Father’s Day

Being a father is no easy job. Today, we celebrate you and all that you do to keep us happy, healthy, and hydrated. We don’t say it enough: YOU are appreciated! Happy Father’s Day! #FathersDay

Any Day: Convenience

Have a big presentation at work or a busy day full of meetings? Studies show that that staying adequately hydrated can have a positive effect on your cognitive skills, so be sure to grab a bottle of water and carry it with you throughout the day to stay hydrated and alert. Learn more here: https://bit.ly/425R6UF

June 21: First Day of Summer

Get your sunscreen, snacks, and #bottledwater ready because summer is officially here! Whether you prefer the beach, the pool, the park, or the indoors for summertime fun, staying #hydrated should always be on your agenda! Remember, it doesn’t take long in the summer heat to become thirsty and dehydrated. #DrinkMoreWater #HealthyHydration

June 23: National Hydration Day

Drink up–it’s #NationalHydrationDay! In honor of today, here’s a fact about staying hydrated: Research shows that being mildly dehydrated can affect your mood, energy level, and mental awareness. Read more: https://bit.ly/3MXZz7X #StayHydrated #StayHappy

Any Day: Regulation

Bottled water is an ideal healthy hydration option because not only does it have 0 calories, 0 sugars, and 0 caffeine, but also it’s stringently regulated by FDA as a food product making it safe to consume. By law, FDA regulations governing the safety and quality of bottled water must be as protective of the public health as the EPA’s standards for tap water, and in some cases, even more protective. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3N8mJsJ