BYOB: Bring your own bottle

BYOB: Bring your own bottle

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Tap water is one of the best choices you can make for your health, your wallet, and the environment.

Did you know that around two thirds of our body weight is water? That’s why it’s important to drink water and replace loss from your body through everyday functions and perspiration. Aim to drink at least two litres of water every day to stay hydrated and healthy. Keeping hydrated improves physical and mental health and helps prevent kidney stones, constipation and urinary tract infection.

One of the easiest, most cost-effective and environmentally friendly ways to build this healthy habit is by using your own re-useable bottle and drinking clean, safe water, straight from the tap. Tap water is the best beverage choice you can make, with no sugar, no kilojoules, no caffeine and no damaging acidity which can contribute to tooth decay.

A better habit

Around 370 million single use plastic water bottles make their way to landfill each year around Australia. Single use plastic bottles impact the environment when they are made, with each one litre bottle taking up to 250ml of crude oil and three litres of water to manufacture. Single use plastic bottles then continue their impact on the environment long after the drink they held has been consumed, taking up to 1000 years to break down.  

We’re pretty good recyclers in South Australia, but with only 65.8% of PET bottles sold last year being returned for recycling, there’s still a huge number of plastic bottles making their way to landfill or the natural environment.

Bring your own re-useable bottle while you’re out and about, and form a better habit.

It’s for these reasons that we’re encouraging South Australian’s to Bring Your Own Bottle. Look out for our refreshed Quench Benches with this messaging when you’re out and about. And, there’s Bring It in social media or on your next bill. These clever little animations will remind you of the opportunities to do your bit for the environment and your hip pocket simply by choosing to BYOB.

  • Major faults

  • Underway

  • Old Mount Barker Rd
  • Stirling
  • 21/07/2019
  • Water Supply On
  • 21/07/2019 04:05 PM - We are attending to an incident in Stirling with no interruption to the water supply. The safety of our crews and customers comes first, and we always aim to minimise inconvenience by restoring services as quickly as we can. Reference Number WO: 07041256.
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  • Scheduled works

  • Underway
  • Stebonheath Rd
  • Munno Para West
  • 22/07/2019
  • Temporary Supply Interruption
  • Estimated start time and water supply off: 24/07/2019 09:00 AM
    Estimated restore time and water supply back on: 24/07/2019 06:00 PM

    We’re improving your services and undertaking maintenance work in Munno Para West. Sometimes our crews need to temporarily interrupt the water supply to our customers and/or manage traffic while they are working. Temporary traffic management may remain in place until reinstatement of the impacted road is complete. We always aim to minimise inconvenience by restoring services as safely and quickly as we can.

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