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The top selling product in the largest chain of natural food stores in the US is bottled water. We don’t have hard figures to cite but we know that practically all those bottles of water are made of plastic, plastic that winds up in landfills more often than not. In some parts of the country, the plastic goes in the recycle bin but that, in itself, is not a guarantee that the plastic will be recycled. Without going into a long analysis of what happens in the recycling industry, we know that often, if pricing for raw plastic is lower than for recycled plastic, the bottles which were supposedly headed for recycling actually get dumped into landfills and the public never hears about that.
So, in order to guarantee that there’s a reduction in the amount of plastic going into landfills, the best option is to use as few of those plastic water bottles as possible. Since the public tends to be unaware of market forces that send off all those bottles to the landfill instead of the recycling stream, there are many more plastic bottles winding up in the landfill than is reported.
How do we avoid this issue? One way is to purify water with Biotite Concentrate. Because the extract will clean any kind of water, we can just take any bottle, fill it with tap water, filtered water or any other kind of water, add in the appropriate amount of concentrate, agitate and allow any sediments to settle to the bottom, or filter them out. If the water was initially clean, then the waiting process is practically instantaneous.
So, what we’re really talking about is reducing the number of plastic water bottles by something like 99.9%. Translated into everyday circumstances, that means that if someone regularly buys bottled water, over a period of perhaps two or three years, switching over to Biotite Concentrate means that their plastic water bottle consumption has dropped to just one bottle. If the person keeps using the same bottle over that period of time, then the ratio might be 1000 to 1. In fact, if you already have a water bottle, it can essentially be used endlessly and now we may be talking 10,000 to 1 or more.
Here’s some in depth information on the subject of how polluting and expensive bottled water really is: http://thewatchers.adorraeli.com/2013/01/07/us-town-concord-bans-bottled-water/
Although the article is quite long, some of the facts cited are very educational which is why we recommend having a look.
Another impact from the use of the extract has to do with water remediation. As is well known in many parts of the world, pollution caused by effluents from industrial processes, petrochemical runoffs, illegal dumping of industrial wastes and hazardous materials, pharmaceutical drug residues, illegal drug residues, agribusiness fertilizers, medical wastes, acid rain, sulfoxides, nitroxides and other airborne pollutants all contribute to or directly create polluted bodies of water.
All of these issues can, to one degree or another, be ameliorated by using Biotite Concentrate. This product has been shown to reduce and/or eliminate a wide variety of hazardous compounds by chemical bonding that creates harmless residues and sediments that fall to the bottom of lakes, rivers and other waterways, where the microbial life, plant roots and mycological colonies can make use of these compounds and completely break them down for reuse. We are only at the very beginning of studying this phenomenon and intend to publish more and more information on the subject as we move forward.