Take The NWT Water PLEDGE Today!

If you’re ready to start drinking more NWT tap water or even if you’re already a tap water advocate, take a stand, make a statement and join the growing community of NWT water lovers today. Dropping the bottled water habit is better for your wallet, the environment and your health. It is also an easy action (especially here in the NWT!) that all of us can take responsibility for, whether it is at an individual level, or through an organization, business, work or school.

Here’s the deal:

• You pledge to support water stewardship in the NWT by choosing to drink tap water over bottled water
• You fill out the form below to pledge your commitment
• You join the growing community of NWT water lovers today!

#loveNWTwater

Here’s the deal:

• You pledge to support water stewardship in the NWT by choosing to drink tap water over bottled water
• You fill out the form below to pledge your commitment
• You join the growing community of NWT water lovers today!

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Bottled Water in the NWT

The bottled water industry is valued at more than $170 billon, and North Americans are among the top consumers. In 1999, the average Canadian consumed 24.4 litres of bottled water per year. Fifteen years later, in 2014, that number has nearly tripled to 70 litres.

 

20160216 CWW 2016 poster DRAFT - Annually

 

If you are interested in learning more about our NWT bottled water research please take a look through our Background Research Report on Bottled Water Consumption in the NWT (March, 2016).