Many RVers prefer the taste of bottled water when they're traveling, however bringing it along can be expensive and wasteful.
According to OnlineEducation.net, the U.S. and other countries spend billions of dollars each year on bottled water, even though perfectly clean drinking water is readily available. The website points out that the price of bottled water is as much as 10,000 times the cost of tap water.
In addition, drinking bottled water creates billions of pounds of oil-based waste in landfills each year. It's estimated that only one out of every five plastic water bottles used is recycled.
RVers can cut down on the cost and the waste associated with drinking bottled water by installing a water filter, such as the TastePURE KDF/Carbon Water Filter.
This larger capacity filter typically lasts an entire camping season and reduces bad taste, odor, chlorine and sediment in drinking water with a 100 micron fiber filter.
This five-star rated product does not impede water flow, due to its flexible hose protector.
Camping World reviewer "Paul" writes, "It keeps all of the water in the coach smelling and tasting great, regardless of where we are. I wouldn't travel without it."