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When you buy bottled water you’re not buying the bottle, you’re buying the water.  The bottle is the wasteful byproduct.  We provide quality drinking water at self-serve refill stations in many locations.  In 2019 GO H2O has reduced single use bottle waste by over 4 million bottles each month through our self-serve refill stations.  The GO H2O lifestyle promotes habits that benefit your physical health, the health of our planet and saves a significant amount of money compared to buying bottled water.  

Where Do You Go
With Your H2O?

What’s In
Your Water?

Tap Water Contaminants

Did you know tap water frequently contains contaminants?

Hover on the contaminants below to learn more about adverse health effects. 

  • ALUMINUM
  • AMMONIA
  • ARSENIC
  • BARIUM
  • CADMIUM
  • CHLORAMINE
  • COPPER
  • FLOURIDE
  • LEAD
  • MERCURY
  • NITRATES
    • PFAs
    • RADIUM
    • SELENIUM
    • SILVER
    • URANIUM
      • ALUMINUM
      • AMMONIA
      • ARSENIC
      • BARIUM
      • CADMIUM
      • CHLORAMINE
      • COPPER
      • FLOURIDE
      • LEAD
      • MERCURY
      • NITRATES
      • PFAs
      • RADIUM
      • SELENIUM
      • SILVER
      • URANIUM
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        PLASTIC POLLUTION IS A BIG PROBLEM

        • Every single second, 1,000 people open a bottle of water in the U.S.
        • Each day, people in the U.S. throw away more than 60 million plastic water bottles, most of which end up in landfills or as litter in America’s streets, parks, and waterways.
        • Americans throw away 35 billion empty water bottles a year. Of those, only 12 percent are recycled.
        • Out of everything we put in our recycle bins at home, approximately 50% of it is never recycled.
        • Every person in America drinks an average of more than 30 gallons of bottled water a year. That means it takes 90 gallons of water just for one person to drink bottled water. 
        • Although the U.S. comprises less than 5 percent of the world’s population, we consume more than 25 percent of natural resources and produce 30 percent of the trash and pollutants. Plastic constitutes 90 percent of all of the trash floating on the ocean’s surface – approximately 46,000 pieces of plastic per square mile.
        • Each week, it takes 40,000 18-wheeler trucks on our roads just to deliver our bottled water.
        • Americans drink more bottled water than milk or beer a year, and bottled water consumption increases by 10 percent each year.

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        PLASTIC POLLUTION IS A BIG PROBLEM

        • Every single second, 1,000 people open a bottle of water in the U.S.
        • Each day, people in the U.S. throw away more than 60 million plastic water bottles, most of which end up in landfills or as litter in America’s streets, parks, and waterways.
        • Americans throw away 35 billion empty water bottles a year. Of those, only 12 percent are recycled.
        • Out of everything we put in our recycle bins at home, approximately 50% of it is never recycled.
        • Every person in America drinks an average of more than 30 gallons of bottled water a year. That means it takes 90 gallons of water just for one person to drink bottled water. 
        • Although the U.S. comprises less than 5 percent of the world’s population, we consume more than 25 percent of natural resources and produce 30 percent of the trash and pollutants. Plastic constitutes 90 percent of all of the trash floating on the ocean’s surface – approximately 46,000 pieces of plastic per square mile.
        • Each week, it takes 40,000 18-wheeler trucks on our roads just to deliver our bottled water.
        • Americans drink more bottled water than milk or beer a year, and bottled water consumption increases by 10 percent each year.

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        1440 Newport Road

        Colorado Springs, CO 80916

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        Phone: 719-212-0096

        Toll Free: 877-660-5901

        Email: info@GOH2O.com