Since we established this webpage there are so many emails requesting about student tips and scholarship details. But one question we found interested to take note is about safest water bottles for kids and how to choose a safe water bottle for your kids to bring to the school.
Indeed it is a very valid question and we understand the feeling and worry of the parents about it. Not all water bottles is safe for use especially when it is going to be used by your kids to school everyday.
Having those in mind, we search for some article about this subject. We found one article which probably very useful for you regarding to this issue.
This is what Mark Sission in his website has to say about safest water bottles for kids.
I’ve made my stance on bottled water quite clear before, but I’ll go ahead and reiterate: bottled water is a joke. It’s completely unnecessary, unless you’re in a nation with unsafe water quality, and the plastic bottles make for excellent landfill fodder. You could reuse the bottles, but then you’ve gotta worry about the plastic leaching into your water, especially the more you refill and reuse them (and don’t ever stick ‘em in the dishwasher). Poor taste is one thing – I can’t expect a person to happily drink tap water that tastes terrible – but tap is perfectly safe to drink, especially if used with a simple filter. And if it weren’t, most bottled water wouldn’t be any better, since it’s often just repackaged tap (check the label or cap – if it says “from a municipal source” or “from a community water system” or anything along similar lines, it’s tap water). Sparkling water in glass bottles is justifiable (tap isn’t bubbly, after all, although you could make it so at home, and the glass bottles are definitely reusable (I like filling them with homemade salad dressings).
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