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I LOVE seltzer water. You can buy cartridges in bulk, and beat out the store prices on bottles by a good margin, and reduce the hauling and waste.

There are also various tutorials online for how to build a home carbonator with a co2 tank and gauges and whatnot. That's my next project, and will reduce the waste even further by not having the cylinders. (Costs around $300 for a basic set up, I think.)

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Im just curious because my brother came back from a trip from Milwaukee, and he brought these water bottles home.. and everyone that drank the water became sick.

We think it may be contaminated with Cryptosporidious, a waterborne disease that cause Diarrhea and vomiting. The parasite is Cryptosporidium Parvum

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