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KUDOS to students at Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child in Summit, NJ!
A full 4-years ago – in 2008 – these students were already aware of and working to reduce their carbon footprints.
Read their story in TIME Magazine!
Mount Sinai Hospital in Fairfield County, CT is holding it's 5th annual "Greening our Children" Luncheon. Putting our "money where our mouth is", PUR2o has signed on as a WATER Sponsor. This event promises to be educational, inspiring and as always, fun!
Good Water = Good Business
Seeing the need to eliminate recycling somewhere in the neighborhood of 8000 plastic bottles every month, the administration at Oak Knoll School in Summit, New Jersey installed sensor activated water coolers in the cafeteria at the school. The coolers are sensor activated and include a counter which ticks off every 16-ounces, indicating how many plastic bottles are NOT used. The well thought out system also saves time, space and money.
The coolers are linked to a PUR2o Water Purification & Filtration System with the ALL IMPORTANT remineralizing component which makes the water ALKALINE & IONIZED.
Day one – March 19, 2012 – opened to rave reviews …. more pictures coming soon!
From the Oak Knoll website: http://www.oakknoll.org/news/detail.aspx?pageaction=ViewSinglePublic&LinkID=1976&ModuleID=163&NEWSPID=1
Going Green: Dining Hall Water Filtration System Installed During March Break
Posted March 19, 2012
Oak Knoll was busy getting a little greener this March Break.
The students and faculty may have been away but campus was buzzing with workers installing a new, state-of-the-art PUR2o water filtration system inside the Aileen Maury Dining Hall.
The new water filtration system eliminates the need for bottled water in the dining hall. Along with this installation, biodegradable cups made from corn will be available, but students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to bring their own reusable water bottle container. Smaller, disposable plastic water bottles will still be available for the Lower School.
The water is more than just filtered however. The water is also purified, ionized, and re-mineralized with the natural nutrients and supplements needed in the body. According to Pur2o, this water not only tastes lighter and sweeter than bottled water, but it also provides better hydration, prevents muscle cramps, and is anti-oxidant.
Reducing the amount of plastic water bottles that are consumed is also helping make Oak Knoll greener. The oil used each year to make plastic water bottles in the United States could run more than 100,000 cars.
For more information, visit www.pur2o.com.
We posted this on our Facebook wall, but want to help it go even more viral! What a fabulous idea.