The Life of a Water Bottle

The Life of a Water Bottle

December 13, 2012

Americans buy nearly a billion water bottles each week, which equals an average of three bottles for every person in the U.S. daily. Whatever way you look at it, we are chugging a lot of bottled aqua and pouring our money down the drain. So what happens once you take the last chug? This infographic […]

Why You Should Stop Drinking Bottled Water

Why You Should Stop Drinking Bottled Water

October 1, 2012

Addicted to bottled water? You can save lots of money a month if you can kick your bottled water habit and start using good, old fashioned tap water. This infographic argues the point that bottled water isn’t any more superior than regular water and that we are all being conned by marketers to buy priced […]

Preparing for Hurricane Irene: When Storms Rain down shoppers stock

Preparing for Hurricane Irene: When Storms Rain down shoppers stock

July 19, 2012

A little over a month ago, Hurricane Irene made landfall along the Eastern Coastline, causing over $10.5 billion dollars in damage. Here in Vermont, the home state of Social Grocery, many towns, businesses, and people are still cleaning up the mess it left behind. Our parent company, MyWebGrocer, took a look at its online sales […]

The Facts about Bottled Water

The Facts about Bottled Water

July 2, 2012

We drink a lot of bottled water in America. Answers to questions about where it comes from, how much waste it produces, and various costs and benefits of getting our H2O in bottled form can be found here. Source

The Hazards of Bottled Water

The Hazards of Bottled Water

June 9, 2012

This infographic provides the facts about bottled water. It shows how bottled water is damaging the environment and is not safer than tap water.

Dirty Water

Dirty Water

May 4, 2012

When you think of low-quality water, you may think of under-developed or impoverished countries. However, even the U.S struggles with providing clean water to its citizens in certain parts of the country. Here is a representation of the cleanest and dirtiest water utilities in America. Source