Abe170a1 – video explaining research paper topic

this is a video explaining my chosen topic for my research paper for a class that I am taking that focuses on the basic concepts in water related applications I’m a young adult the drinks water at the beverage preference I do so because I’m aware of the health benefits it has over other alternatives I chose this topic because I recently noticed the red relatively high prices of bottled water and their increasing variety and local supermarkets I also wanted to uncover the truth about the realities behind bottled water and the companies that are supplying it the first part of my paper highlights the most basic common misconception regarding bottled water that bottled water is a more pure and better tasting than tap water this misconception is a crucial marketing point for bottled water companies and has led to the majority of people purchasing water and plastic bottles rather than simply turning the tap on and filling the glass the issue is it’s simply not true the truth is that many major bottled water companies typically by municipal water filter it and our minerals to create the perception of a pure taste they ingeniously market the water in such a way as they convinced their consumers into believing this misconception the next part of my paper I thought important to discuss the ethics and incentives of these such applies the questionable ethics and incentives of suppliers of bottled water has been brought in to light recently regarding the potentially dangerous widespread in current use of PE t plastics in bottling and the impact of operations on our environment until recently p ET was the most preferred material thanks to his cheap cost and easy manufacturing process through my research and thanks to the indian journal of occupational and environmental medicine i was able to identify the dangers posed to a consumer health by the reuse of p ET plastic bottles which reportedly includes increased insulin resistance and decreased levels of sex hormones what is scary is that plastics is this plastic is still widely used in bottle manufacturing and despite an emphasis on recycling the reality is that eighty-six percent of the 17 million discarded water bottles daily in the US I just thrown in trash contributing greatly to a negative environmental impact my paper goes on to highlight an organization that recognizes these companies as water profitez exploiting natural resources and has begun right raising awareness against their practices it is called corporate accountability international organizations such as corporate the corporate accountability international have began protesting to ensure the investments needed to guarantee universal access I put into public water systems rather than into the pockets of global corporations like Coke Pepsi and Nestle Wilma bottling water they raise awareness to the crisis of a lack of clean drinking which around the world and how water corporations are disregarding it I included this section of my paper as it provides a credible example towards your position regarding big business big businesses unethical practices and mentalities behind water I conclude concluded in my paper that the u.s. does currently have adequate means of providing its citizens with Korean drinking water though its own municipal systems through its own municipal systems but a large amount of the world still does not with over a billion people in the world lacking access to clean water these bottles these bottled water companies should consider reinvesting their 13 billion worth of yearly revenues and to building equally effective municipal systems in countries that are less economically well-developed the cost of these plastic bottles have on the environment and potentially to our health is great and unnecessary we must therefore encourage each other to drink from the tap and boycott these properties in order to improve the global crisis surrounding access to clean drinking water

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