Microplastics In Our Water

Swim in, bathe with, and drink water, not plastic. Microplastics in water are a growing concern for wildlife and humanity. Rehydrate with peace of mind by filtering plastic particles in water. Reduce your carbon footprint by keeping the oceans clean. Learn about the growing concerns surrounding microplastics in water and what you can do about it!


H2-Uh-Oh for the Ocean

Live sustainably to improve your health and the environment. Limit your use of plastic to reduce ocean pollution. 

One study found that there are [1]:

  • 24.4 trillion pieces of microplastics in the world's upper oceans.

  • These microplastics weigh up to 578,000 tons in total.

  • This mass is equivalent to 500 million plastic water bottles.

Think green to save the blue seas. Microplastics are used to make everything from flooring to electronic devices to non-stick cookware. 

Be conscious of what you're purchasing. These items inevitably end up in a landfill, where they can be blown into our waters. 

Sun your body, not plastic bottles. Microplastics in landfills have high sun exposure. UV rays can heat the plastic, causing harmful chemicals to enter the atmosphere. 


Refreshing and Toxic-free is the Way to Be

Nourish your body with water rather than harm it. A 2017 report analyzed 159 water samples in 14 countries. 80% of samples found microplastics in tap water and bottled water [2].

Water can get contaminated in many ways, including:

  • Runoff from fire hydrant foam

  • Sewer overflows

  • Larger plastic pieces degrading

  • Washing down our drains and into water supply

  • Bottled water and cap pollution

Hydrate on the go without using plastic bottles. 94% of U.S. samples used in this study found microplastics in bottled water. 

Cross bottled water off of your grocery list. An LA Times report found that the most mass-produced water companies (like Pepsi and Coca-Cola) use tap water [3]. 

Not only are there microplastics in many tap water supplies, but the water is bottled in plastic, like BPA. BPA is a known endocrine disruptor. Reclaim your health by taking clean water into your own hands.


Detox from Microplastics in Water

Improve your quality of life with proper hydration. Drink at least eight glasses per day. Optimize your wellness by making sure there are no microplastics in your drinking water.

Studies show that microplastics may:

  • Cause inflammation

  • Cause stress on healthy cells

  • Negatively impact the nervous system

  • Disturb metabolism

  • Increase the risk of cancer

Relax with a refreshing glass of toxic-free water. Reduce your exposure to microplastics to live a healthier life.



Say goodbye to microplastics in drinking water and the ocean. Revitalize your body and the environment with these Million Marker Approved recommendations:


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[1] https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2021/10/211027122120.htm#

[2] https://orbmedia.org/invisibles-final-report 

[3] https://www.latimes.com/business/story/2021-09-28/bottled-water-is-really-just-tap-water

[4] https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0048969720374039