Stainless steel water bottles don't just benefit the environment but also are a great way to be green. Its durability makes it last longer than plastic, which starts recycling after only about five years on average before breaking down into smaller pieces of pollution-rich material that could end up anywhere from oceans and landfills all around us - even inside animals who might mistake them for food! The article goes on to say how much better stainless would work out in terms of sustainability because when you recycle these days people often use different grades (or types)of plastics so they don’t have as many trips going back and forth between production lines.
The plastics in recyclable plastic water bottles are thought to be a health risk. Harmful chemicals are emitted from these bottles, and these chemicals might cause cancer! By switching to stainless steel you can prevent leaching into your drinking water which will keep harmful carcinogens at bay for good measure
It's about time we all start paying attention when it comes down our grocery list ingredients: there could potentially BE something wrong with them if they're emitting toxic fumes as well as contributing directly towards their own recycling--recycling isn't always enough after all (I'm looking at YOU curbside bins). So I say give yourself some peace of mind by investing both financially AND environmentally; buy new mugs & glasses instead while they last.