More than 25% of bottled water comes from a municipal water supply, the same place that tap water comes from.
Approximately 400 billion gallons of water are used in the United States per day.
In one year, the average American residence uses over 100,000 gallons (indoors and outside).
It takes seven and a half years for the average American residence to use the same amount of water that flows over the Niagara Falls in one second (750,000 gallons).
American residents use about 100 gallons of water per day.
Americans use more water each day by flushing the toilet than they do by showering or any other activity.
Taking a bath requires up to 70 gallons of water. A five-minute shower uses only 10 to 25 gallons.
A running toilet can waste up to 200 gallons of water per day. At 1 drip per second, a faucet can leak 3,000 gallons per year.
If you drink your daily recommended 8 glasses of water per day from the tap, it will cost you about 50 cents per year. If you choose to drink it from water bottles, it can cost you up to $1,400 dollars.
Over 713 gallons of water go into the production of one cotton T-shirt.
1000 gallons of water are required to produce 1 gallon of milk.
Roughly 634 gallons of water go into the production of one hamburger.