I watched a program once, and the answer to your question is simple. Bottled water comes straight from the mountains, but as with tap water..tap water contains urine, but has been mechanically cleaned.
Tap water will not make you ill, it is cheaper, so you may as well just drink it, enough people do!!
It depends really, some bottled water is just a more pure tap. Some include vitamins that may not be found in tap water. Honestly, one should just buy a water purifier that can be mounted to ones sink. The filter will clean about as much gunk out of the water as their industrial filters, also it is more environmentally and financially less straining. (Less plastic to take up space in landfills, and it's cheaper.)
No because of all the STUPID chemicals.
Plastic bottles constantly deteriorate, the chemicals given off gradually mixing with the water in the bottles. Plastic water bottles that have been stored in a refrigerator or freezer apparently give off even more chemicals than plastic bottles that have been continually at room temperature. People that feel a need to constantly carry a container of water with them would drink safer water if it was stored in a glass container. Much of the bottled water sold in stores is simply bottled tap water, and there is no assurance that any bottled water is free of contaminants.
That depends on your location (where your tap water is coming from) and the source of the bottled water.
Aside: I once lived in a place where my tap water and the local popular bottled water came from the same place. Bottled water comes from a tap somewhere!
Tap water has chlorine and various metals in it. Filtered water has all those things filtered out. It is my opinion that bottled water is better than tap water. It is all I ever drink.
yes, your body needs water to survive...so yes it is good
the answer is simple tap water contains minerals to help wash dishes bottle water is much cleaner
Actually tap water is more regulated and pure than bottled water
Depends on what company you're comparing tap water to. But most bottled water companies use filtered water (the same as tap water). In most cases bottled water is not purer than tap water. Note that tap water is not the same everywhere, not are all brands of bottled water the same. But legal requirements for water purity are the same for tap water as for bottled water. In some cases, bottled water actually is tap water, that has simply been taken from the tap and put into bottles.
The benefits of bottled water over tap water are it does not have that metallic taste which can be found from tap water, high health and safety standards are associated with bottled water to ensure it is free of contaminants.
NO!!! bottled water costs so much more than tap!
No bottled water is just tap water in a bottle they just try to rip you of and it works
tap from a whell
That depends if the tap water is filtered or not. Bottled water is filtered, and some tap water isn't, but if the tap water is filtered, then both kinds of water are the same healthiness to plants.
It's about the same. Most bottled water IS tap water, so any chemicals and weird stuff in tap water are in bottled water too.
It all depends on where you live. if you live in a country/rural area the tap water is most likely from a well or storage facility in the area. The water is not as well treated as city water so bottled water is better because it is cleaner and better for your health. In the city its all the same thing.
Yes. It's more expensive. Bottled water is 500 times more expensive than tap water. Bottled water requires ridiculous amounts of plastic to make all the bottles, which are then dumped in landfills and often kill wildlife. Bottled water is also exempt from the harsh quality standards that make sure tap water is very clean. learn more below --------------------------------------------------------- It depends on a person's point of view. I think bottled water is no scam for tap water is bad for you and can cause blockage in the intestines. But still it is true bottled water can get pricey in some countries.