Sustainability in Your Ear — Tapp Water’s Biodegradable Water Faucet Filters Slash Plastic Pollution

Earth911 Podcast: Sustainability in Your Ear
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Magnus Jern, chief water drinker at London-based Tapp Water, explains the company’s TAPP 2 biodegradable water faucet filters. Tapp Water filters decompose in industrial compost piles quickly and will break down in backyard compost piles. Even the body of the TAPP 2 Twist and TAPP 2 Click filters, which is made with biodegradable PLA plastic, is largely recyclable. American families spend more than $5.5 billion on plastic-bottled water unnecessarily because they are concerned about water quality. They pay between 300 and 2,000 times more than tap water costs for plastic-bottled water. A faucet filter can eliminate plastic pollution and save hundreds of dollars annually.

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