Outdoor drinkware – Many of us choose drinkware for fear of our health. Apparently, you should not rely on any cup water and there are precautions to follow when reusing them as well. Not all of them are created the same way and you should learn about the dangers of some cup waters and the alternatives available to drink clean and safe water.
The disposable plastic outdoor drinkware (polyethylene terephthalate, PET, for its acronym) used for soft drinks and water , and plastic bottles type molding (high density polyethylene, HDPE for short) that is used in milk , detergents and oils for the engine have become an environmental concern. The reusable plastic bottles (polycarbonate) that are mainly used in sports bottles and bottles have been cited as potential major health problems.
Keep your outdoor drinkware away from direct sunlight as much as you can. While the FDA has tested carcinogens on plastic drinkware and found none in PET bottles, you should do your best to keep the plastic bottles at or below room temperature. Choose a glass bottle instead of a plastic one when possible. While not very convenient, glass bottles are less likely to contain harmful leaching chemicals in your drinking water.