We see our roll in doing the best we can to saving water and promoting drinking tap-water, eliminating, or reducing as much as possible one-use plastic containers, and assist in educating and motivating people, by giving the example, to take the right actions by applying these principles and measures, helping us making a difference.
On a foot race, an average stop to hydrate, for an average person will take no more than 5 seconds. On average, on a half marathon distance race, a participant will waste no more than a minute to hydrate if they stop 10 to 12 times (the number of times they usually hydrate during the race). An amazing trade off outcome for the 10 to 12 bottles or cups of trash usually generate by participant. It takes 5 seconds to make a huge difference!