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Friday, April 16, 2010

Project Earth H2O review and giveaway (2 winners)


Have you ever been to a little league game, a high school football game, an outdoor event and then waited to see the mess that was left behind after everyone left? I have because my son plays football, my children play little league and I used to work concession stage, and I have been to see the effects of carnivals, flea markets and the such. The Project Earth H2O company is trying to rid the world of such a mess. Project Earth H2O cares about the environment and focuses attention on helping others to be aware how they can help do their share to keep their area of the world clean.



There is a war going on for bottled water. Have you noticed that there is a record number of brands of bottled water? With all the waste that those little plastic bottles can make not to mention the money that one can spend on the bottles that can be used in one week alone. Project Earth H2O wants to make consumers aware of the negative environmental, economical, and health issues related to these little water bottles.

From the Project Earth H2O website:
•Providing safe, Eco-friendly, 100% recyclable, high-grade, reusable stainless steel water bottles.
•Donating $2.00 of every Ocean, Earth & Air bottle to non-profit environmental & humanitarian charities focused on preserving our planet.
•Donating $2.00 of every Get Pink™ Bottle to breast cancer research.
•Reducing the massive oil waste, unnecessary burning of fossil fuels, excessive plastic and water waste, and consumer demand that drives continued production.
•Project Earth H2o™ does not even charge you for shipping & handling + you receive a free extra sport cap with every bottle

What great reasons to use Project Earth H2O bottles. You can purchase these bottles from the Project Earth H2O website here

Win: Project Earth H2O has sent me enough of their great bottles so that two (2) winners will receive 2 of the great bottles each.

To enter this giveaway visit the Project Earth H2O website and let me know something that I did not share with you

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Giveaway starts now and ends May 7, 2010. Good Luck and remember to place email in comment or on blog if you want your entries to count.

69 comments:

  1. I found out: From our own homes we can fill an 8oz glass with filtered tap water over 15,000 times and it will still cost less than buying a 12 pack of bottled water.
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  2. blog follower
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  3. we recycle and we also pick up trash when we take our walks~
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  4. following Project Earth H2O on twitter as sleatham1
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  5. follow Project Earth H2O on facebook as shelly leatham
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  6. following you on twitter as sleatham1
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  7. They are 100% BPA free and recycleable. Cool!

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  8. @busyworkingmama follows project earth on twitter

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  9. They are BPA free!
    ruthaw_1974@yahoo.com

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  10. We recycle and try to combine car trips.
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  11. I follow your blog via e-mail.
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  12. Everyone of their products are 100% BPA Free. :-)

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  13. Bottled water industry revenues for 2007 $100 billion worldwide, $16 billion US

    tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

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  14. I learn that by simply purchasing the Project Earth H2o™ Get Pink™ bottle you are not only making a safe and healthy contribution for yourself and the environment, but you are helping to eliminate and cure this deadly disease.


    Donna
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  15. I have been recycling every from paper, pastic and bottles for the past 40 years.

    Donna
    dwarrington1@gmail.com

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  16. I follow your blog.

    Donna
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  17. All stainless steel water
    bottles are 100% recyclable
    BPA free

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  18. I use totes so less plastic bags are needed

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  19. follow Project Earth H2O on twitter
    sillymommy

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  20. groovers4him@bellsouth.net
    they are 100% BPA free

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  21. groovers4him@bellsouth.net
    we use boxes instead of plastic bags at the grocery store

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  22. ashley4him@bellsouth.net
    they are 100% BPA free.

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  23. ashley4him@bellsouth.net
    we don't use plastic bags at the grocery store

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  24. They offer Free Shipping & Handling, a Free Sports Cap & Carabiner with every bottle purchased.

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  25. We use reusable bags while shopping.

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  26. They support breast cancer awareness with their get pink bottle

    contact email: tsgiveaways(at)hotmail.com

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  27. I use reusable shopping bags =)

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  28. I twitter follow them as timesurge

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  29. I see that All merchandise is hand inspected by Project Earth H2o™ prior to shipment to ensure quality.

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  30. I've been remembering to always use reuseable bags when I shop!

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  31. I follow ProjectEarthH2o on twitter! (amweeks)

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  32. I follow you on twitter! (amweeks)

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  33. I'm a Project Earth H2o facebook fan! (Annmarie Dipasqua Weeks)

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  34. I tweeted! http://twitter.com/amweeks/status/12828379255

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  35. I learned over 70 million single-use water bottles are sold every day in the U.S. alone

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  36. I follow your blog


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  37. I follow on twitter as Prairiebelle



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  38. I follow ProjectEarthH2o on twitter as Prairiebelle



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  39. tweeted

    http://twitter.com/Prairiebelle/status/13063743337

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  40. I learned that Project Earth products are 100% Made in the USA! Woo hoo!

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  41. I'm a Google Friend: Cori Westphal

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  42. I'm going all green in the garden and yard this year. Rain barrel, Compost bin, and all eco friendly fertilizers!

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  43. I follow ProjectEarthH2o on Twitter @coriwestphal

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  44. I follow you on Twitter @coriwestphal

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  45. Tweet: http://twitter.com/coriwestphal/statuses/13434372266

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  46. They have a Free Sports Cap & Carabiner with every bottle purchased.

    Kwhiz84(at)live(dot)com

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  47. Follow your blog on Google friend!
    Krista W.
    www.heavenlysavings.blogspot.com
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  48. We have been recycling a lot more lately!

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  49. Follow ProjectEarthH2o on twitter
    kwhiz84
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  50. Follow on twitter
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  56. I learned that although 70% of our planet is water, only 2% is fresh drinking water. tylerpants(at)gmail.com

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  57. I'm a follower. tylerpants(at)gmail.com

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  58. To make the earth cleaner, I use my own reusable bags instead of taking more plastic bags. tylerpants(at)gmail.com

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  59. Tweet: http://twitter.com/coriwestphal/statuses/13517510083

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  60. I learned that 3 bottles worth of water is wasted just to produce 1 bottled water.

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  61. I learned that every year is the US alone over 17million barrels of oil are wasted making plastic water bottles. WOW.

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  62. We practice the 3Rs...REDUCE, REDUCE, & RECYCLE. Great green giveaway thanks.
    What ever happened to email subscriber being an extra entry???
    I wish you would bring it back.

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  63. Founded by Brian Denton.

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