In the world of water bottles, three materials are king: plastic, stainless steel, and glass. While there are strong arguments for use of each of them, when it comes to finding the most eco-friendly option, glass towers above the competition as the clear winner. When handled properly, glass has environmentally friendly benefits at every
Americans use 500 million disposable plastic drinking straws every day which is enough to fill over 125 school buses. That's 46,400 school buses every year. We at Glasstic are very pleased to be partnering with GlassDharma for a giveaway of a $25 Gift Certificate to two winners for their glass straws. GlassDharma’s glass straws help
GlassDharma is inviting people to participate in their 7th Annual Earth Day Project where they will give away thousands of free glass straws. This "Plastic Is Drastic" awareness project will run through Earth Day, April 22, 2015. Participants are asked to view a video and answer some multiple choice questions under the guidance of GlassDharma's
Glass from the Stone Age until Glasstic [caption id="attachment_296" align="alignright" width="150"] Image Source: Princeton University Art Museum[/caption] Glass is a widely used item in the modern world but did you know that glass has been around over 5000 years? Glass was once the object of only a few due to its great cost but with
Keeping a glass water bottle on hand can help you get enough water to prevent dehydration and support a healthy lifestyle. Your healthy lifestyle includes a nutritious diet, getting plenty of exercise, and staying hydrated. When you get enough fluids each day, you can prevent dehydration and associated symptoms such as fatigue and a headache.