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New sippy cup stainless steel water bottles by New wave enviro

Stainless steel sippy cup water bottle video

Stainless steel sippy cup water bottle video

Try the new sippy cups today!

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Stainless steel water bottles- The Good, the bad and why you should love them.

The Good: Stainless steel water bottles are an excellent way to stop using one time use plastic water bottles.

The Bad ( or questionable)

Most stainless steel water bottles are made outside of the US.  It’s a fact. Stainless steel bottles would be way to high if they were produced in the US.    However, all the water bottles that we sell are responsibly manufactured in China.  Meaning that fair labor prices were paid, each bottle meets quality standards ( no lead in enamel, etc)

Why you should love stainless steel water bottles

Ultimately, we love stainless steel water bottles.  They come in such a variety of shapes, sizes and designs.  Really to suit any taste.  Stainless steel bottles are a way to stay healthy, hydrate and do your part to save our fragile Earth :-)

Here is a sampling of our favorite stainless steel water bottles:


  1. New wave enviro Stainless steel bottles

    New wave enviro Stainless steel bottles

    New Wave enviro reusable and recyclable water bottles– uses 304 food grade stainless steel, unlined, all decorative coating has been tested and found not to contain any lead, ethically made in China

  2. Filtered Stainless steel water bottles

    Filtered Stainless steel water bottles

    Ecousable Use no waster stainless steel water bottles- The first stainless steel water bottle with a filter and straw.  The bottles are responsibly made in China.  The Echo filters are made in the USA.

  3. Insulated stainless steel water bottles

    Insulated stainless steel water bottles

    Thinksport- Insulated stainless steel water bottles water bottles with removable mesh for teas. Wide mouth stainless steel water bottles Unlined 18/8 grade that keeps our water cold or hot liquids hot. Available in 12 oz (350 ml) and 25oz (750ml) and Read more about ThinkSport Stringent  Safety http://www.thinksportbottles.com/learntss3.htm

  4. Stainless steel water bottles by Earthlust

    Stainless steel water bottles by Earthlust

    Earthlust – decorative stainless steel water bottles, stylish and safe stainless steel water bottles made from 304 grade 18/8 unlined water bottles. These stainless steel water bottles are the stylish water bottles for people who love water.

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Looking for an Alternative to Plastic Water Bottles? Look No Further

I love water bottles! let me say that again…I LOVE water bottles. I keep at least 5 at my desk, 3 in my car and 2 in bag. Seriously. I have every type of water bottle that you could imagine.

I actually started selling water bottles to help pay my way through college. lol.

That said, once this controversy got out over hard plastics I started looking for an alternative to plastic bottles. Which brought forth New Wave enviro’s Stainless steel water bottles and my all time favorite- the corn plastic water bottles.

Not to say that I don’t still drink out of the hard plastic water bottles, because to me the jury is still out. I mean really, the big ‘scare’ on hard plastic was quoting a test where they boiled the bottle for 6 hours straight and then it leached-duh! of course it would leach after being boiled for 6 hours at 212 degrees.

Since I am just as equally concerned about toxins from my lotions, shampoos, deodorants and other personal care products and our food source- I figure what the heck- I ‘ll live dangerously and drink from hard plastic occasionally until told otherwise. lol

However, below are the safest reusable water bottles BPA free that we have found on the market. I think the corn bottle is just neat- if you are interested in living green and want to support products made in the USA-then the corn water bottle is the way to go.

Stainless Steel water bottlesStainless steel water bottles by New Wave Enviro

Corn Plastic Water bottlesCorn Plastic Water bottles by New Wave enviro

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Why I Choose Corn Plastic Water Bottles for My Family

Corn Plastic Water BottlesI am a concerned mom looking for an alternative to plastic water bottles.

There is so much information about the possibility of bpa (bisphenol-A) leaching that I want to be on the safe side and find a bpa free water bottle that I can be confident is a healthy choice for my family.

According to my research. Corn Plastic Water bottles are a great alternative to plastic water bottles.

The corn plastic bottle comes with a filter that actually turns my tap water into safe drinking water for my kids.

The filter is reusable up to 90 times and the bottle biodegrades after 80 days! What a great way to teach my children about recycling and doing our part, while at the same time enjoying fresh, safe drinking water!

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Why We Love Stainless Steel Water Bottles!

stainless steel water bottle

1 liter stainless steel water bottleNew Wave Enviro stainless steel water bottles offer yet another way to attain healthy living. With the New Durable & Eco friendly stainless steel water bottle in a 32oz size.

New Wave only manufactures reusable water bottles and these stainless steel water bottles are durable and virtually indestructible.

Available is the following size:

From 12 ounces to 40 ounces and offered in different colors, there is a stainless steel water bottle that is right for you!

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Are Plastic Bottles Safe? Do They Leach BPA and Other Common Questions Regarding Water Bottles

Dear Sunrisewd.com Friends,

I am writing this blog regarding the safety of polycarbonate plastic bottles as I get inquiries everyday and I would like to offer some clarity on this situation.

First off, I just watched the ABC news report stating that BPA, phtalates, and other chemicals found in our daily routine are not only in animals but in humans. The tantalizing report showed interviews with study members who are now scared about using any “hard-plastic water bottles”- and I agree.
All polycarbonate bottles contain bpa, it’s apart of the manufacturing of the plastic. However, did you know that the plastic bottles are not really the biggest concern and here is why:

Plastic polycarbonate bottles have been only show to leach BPA under certain conditions.

1. The bottle is scratched or broken (at which case-throw them away.)

2. Or the bottle has been boiled at 212 for over 6 hours. A study performed Also, the only other tests was done when they boiled a # 7 bottle for 2 hours at 212 degrees and they found that it leached BPA ONLY at that temperature 3-5 parts per BILLION- a very small amount.

Additionally, a study released by the Environmental Working Group this past March showed that most BPA exposure comes from Canned foods rather than plastic bottles. With cans of soup, infant formula and past had the BPA levels.

So Where does that leave you and your family? Confused? concerned? Here are some tips that my family and I follow to limit our exposure to BPA and other potentially harmful chemicals.

Below are some links to sites with more information on BPA and the safety of plastics. As always, do what is best for your family. Sunrisewd.com offers alternative to polycarbonate plastic such as the Cool corn water bottles that biodegrade after 90 uses and stainless steel water bottles in 12oz, 16oz, 32 oz and 40oz water bottles sizes.

http://www.bisphenol-a.org/
http://www.acsh.org/factsfears/newsID.92/news_detail.asp
http://www.plasticsinfo.org/babybottles/index.html
http://www.epa.gov/endocrine/about.html

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