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WaterWeek AluminumAnother Friday, another freebie! You have until 12 noon ET on Monday, February 8, to comment on this post with a valid email address and you’ll be entered for a chance to win.

This week we’re bringing a little green to your weekend with some help from our friends at REDUCE. Their WaterWeek system brings an end to the wasteful and expensive habit of purchasing bottled water. According to REDUCE, “WaterWeek is the ONLY true solution for consumers to end the wasteful and costly purchasing of bottled water, saving them over $500 a year!“ Just fill the 16 oz. BPA-free bottles at the beginning of the week and stash them in your fridge in the convenient tray. With WaterWeek there’s no need to buy water on the way to work or when heading to the gym.

This week, we want to know: What your plans are to be more eco-friendly in 2010? Are you finally getting around to swapping out your incandescent bulbs to CFLs? Maybe doing some upgrades around the house to take advantage of tax credits? Let us know in the comments. You have until 12 noon ET on Monday to answer. Click here for the Official Rules

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  1. jb79 says:

    What a great idea! Fill multiple bottles for the whole week and then you just have to grab one in the morning. Why didn't I think of that? :)

  2. Allykat613 says:

    Those ARE very pretty!!! :)

  3. Cherie says:

    I have tried some water filters , but my kids did not seem to like the taste of the water. I would definelty give this cute bottles a try.

  4. Nyla says:

    Love the idea, I take water everyday. This would save me lots of money and help reduce trash,

  5. Debbie says:

    I ONLY DRINK WATER – NO SODA FOR ME. WE GO THROUGH A LOT OF PLASTIC. I WOULD LOVE TO HAVE ONE

  6. Heather K. says:

    What a great giveaway! We use reusable water bottles every day. They get packed in my kids lunches.

  7. AppleAnny says:

    Those are so cute. I would love one for going to the gym with.

  8. anna says:

    that's great post. but tell me about maintenance . how often do you wash reusable bottles? warm water? every day? And than where you would keep big container? it is a lot of work to keep up with the new way but sure will help environment.

  9. aschmidty says:

    I love the new water bottles! It would be perfect for the kids to bring to school or to the park instead of having to pack plastic water bottles each time.

  10. Kelly says:

    cute!

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