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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Choices have consequences Journey of a Fiji Water Bottle 1 2 3 4 recyclable polyethylene terephthalate PET or Plastic comes from the Middle East water comes from an artesian aquifer that lies hundreds of feet below the edges of a primitive rainforest on the island nation of Fiji Fiji Islands Panama Canal New York Los Angeles That sugar, doesn't that have to be grown as cane first? Hmm. And then there's that plastic lid, which has to be created and distributed over hundreds of miles. And doesn't plastic require a pretty vast amount of water and oil to produce? Come to think of it, there's the sleeve and the cup itself too . . . - Brian Merchant Latte Fiji Bottle Gallons Of water how manysold a year 18 million 1.570,000 16 53 Quote Water management- It is constantly replenished by rainfall and they work expert hydrogeologists to ensure that they draw the water at a sustainable rate and protect the aquifers environment Energy Usage- They have recently completed a facility-wide installation of 70% more energy-efficient lighting and also perform regular modifications and upgrades of electrical equipment to optimize overall power usage.Waste and Recycling- The FIJI Water plant has improved yield loss performance during production, therefore reducing the amount of waste that will ultimately require recycling. PET plastic comes from MIDDLE EAST FIJI is trying to lessen thier eco-footprint Enviromental impacts of manufacturing/producing the product Packaging-PET bottles require 24% less energy to produce, generate 40% less solid waste, and emit 46% less carbon during shipping than glass bottles. Continuously reduce the package weight, using recyclable materials, and they design the packaging for efficiency to conserve space. Sourcing Locally- minimize emissions associated with transport of raw materials and work-in-process packagingShipping and Transportation- Ocean freight is the most fuel-efficient and produces the fewest emissions per ton carried and distance traveled. An example is the route through the Panama Canal results in 55% fewer greenhouse gas emissions than the route to get to New York City which is one-third as long. The conclusion is that they are trying their best to minimize the amount of air pollution and energy being used to transport their products. MORE LESS Reduce the amount of bottles you buy. Even though FIJI is Eco-friendly every thing has an eco-footprint.Reuse your FIJI water bottles and refill the with natural filtered water. Recycle your bottles. It takes three seconds to find a bin and throw a bottle in it. Materials Together we can make a difference How To Lessen Your Eco-Footprint My personal ecological Footprint Percentages Services - 33%Goods - 9%Mobility- 5%Shelter - 11%Food - 42% Girls gotta eat! Negative Impacts in the Fiji IslandsMore then 3/4 Fijians don't have running water.More than half have no electricity. 1/3 (give or take) fijians live in poverty Since FIJI is so far away it has a big Ecological footprint. The Fiji islands is formally known as Bligh Islands There is an ancient Fijian myth about trading their magical water. FIJI water is untouched by man and far from industrial waste
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