Posted by: toobeeman | March 4, 2011

Canned Water from CannedWater4Kids Replaces Bottled Water in St. Paul School District

*Article originally posted on moso-technology.com

West St. Paul-Mendota Heights-Eagan Area Educational institutions are enhancing their recycling efforts district-extensive.

Lisa Johnson, Energy Supervisor for the district announced that “In holding with the district’s dedication to sustainable use of our assets, plastic h2o bottles will be replaced by drinking water packaged in much more eco-friendly aluminum cans.

In addition, composting will be extra as a portion of all college lunch programs”.

CannedWater4Kids.org will be supplying the h2o in cans.

Ms. Johnson chose CannedWater4Kids since of how very good it tastes, and the reality that the group utilizes all money collected from the sale of their product or service to aid provide clean, secure water to kids almost everywhere. That includes h2o initiatives like, the drilling of wells, drinking water filters and the like. “When an individual buys a can of CannedWater4Kids purified spring drinking water,” Ms. Johnson stated., “they are not only supporting the environment, but they are supporting to fund tasks that will deliver clean h2o to people who are without.”

A “Kickoff” of the districts’ enhanced recycling efforts will consider place on Friday, September 4th for the duration of the Henry Sibley High School “Home” Soccer sport. Canned H2o will be marketed at all house games (Sept. 4, 17th and Oct. 2nd).

For a lot more data speak to: Lisa Johnson, Energy Manager for West ST. Paul-Mendota Heights-Eagan Region Universities. 1897 Delaware Ave. Mendota Heights, MN 55118 – Mobile phone: 651-403-7323 or 651-403-7324

CannedWater4Kids, a 501c3 non-profit charity is an organization focused on bringing clean, protected water to kids throughout the world. For far more information, pay a visit to their internet site at:

www.CannedWater4Kids.org – CannedWater4Kids P.O. Box 166, Sussex, WI 53089

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