Sustained increased consumption of bottled water has taken a toll on our natural resources and has polluted our environment.  Most common plastic in bottled water is PET plastics (polyethylene terephthalate) and is manufactured using natural gas and petroleum.  This process exhausts more than seventeen million barrels of gas or the equivalent to fueling over one million cars for over one year.  Colleges and universities are taking a “front seat” approach by developing high-quality water filtration systems on campus.

Institutes of higher learning in both the U.S. and Canada are reducing students’ pollution caused by these water bottles by developing water filtration systems on campus.  Campus Solutions, Inc. is offering brands the opportunity to go green on campus by teaming up on these campus eco-friendly improvements.  Campaigns against bottled water and the support of clean water programs on college campuses will improve a brand’s image among a demographic that rewards environmental responsibility through their purchase decisions.  Numerous branding opportunities are available generating great exposure on each campus.

It may come as a shock to most people to learn that bottled water is not necessarily safer than most tap and well water.  Campus Solutions, Inc. provides both secondary education and higher education institutions with consulting services and strategy development for their institutions’ water filtration systems.  For more information, please visit our website at or feel free to reach Bryan Carbone at

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