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I’m Hilarie Barsky for Good Morning America, now my guest is Cindy Crawford.

Happy Pre-Mothers Day.

oh, thank you, yeah, great.

Do your kids do anything special?

Er, I’m sure I will be getting some object made out of clay. Yeah, I actually, I saw them working on it last week when I was volunteering at school, and they were like "you’re not supposed to be seen". And I was like, "Ok, I don’t see it, but yes, I know I’m getting a clay hand in fact.

They’re six and eight.

Yes.

And they have made you eco-friendly in a way.

Well, I think as soon as you become a mother, you start having more concern about the planet that you are bringing children, you know, to live on. But also the school that they go to is very environmentally aware, and it’s just a big part of the curriculum there, and it’s, it's kind of shown me that I need to pay more attention to it and we’ve learned from each other, you know, like we go art school, there is a beach clean-up every year and we all go, we do it together. And I think that they, if they saw me wasting plastic or whatever, they would say something, it’s kinda like smoking, you kown, how now, if you, if anyone smokes the 5-year-old, it's like, mom, don't, I mean I don’t smoke, but I've seen kids will... (yes, sure) My, for instance, my mother smokes, and my daughter is just so mad at her. (Really?) "how I told grandma to stop?". But it’s same with wasting plastic or, you know, running, you know, they know, turn off the water when you’re not, when you’re brushing your teeth, like, they don’t just leave it run. They already know that it's...

Wow! They’re just so savvy.

But I think, I think that's just, they just makes us seem like old-timeies that we don't, that we had to learn that, they’re just growing up in the world with that is the way it is.

And tell us you have developed this reusable water bottle.

Well, I teamed up with pure water filtration which is, er, they make water filters for home use. We/ teamed up to make reusable aluminum bottles. We called it “thirsty for change”. And even I started just myself, like, OK, I’m not gonna use plastic water bottles at home, I started just but easy. And I stopped six water bottles a day, six plastic water bottles which is over 2000 a year. I mean, it’s, and so, I thought, wow, and then my kids see me doing it, my husband sees me doing it, and other people who’re at my house. I just have one another picture, sitting out, and have a room temp warn, and I have one fridge, it's cold. And that’s what I give people now. And then, when you make one small change like that, you are like, well, what else can I do, it’s, it's empowering to do little changes like that.

What is interesting is you said that I threw out some bottles of water this morning and put them into the recyclable bin in my apartment building,(Right.) I couldn’t believe how many bottles I threw out.

It’s like 50 billion water bottles, I think, a year that we use in America, and only less than 15% are recycled. So that’s 86% are unrecycled. And you know, besides the financial implication, that plastic is made from petroleum, from oil. And I think that the numbers on that were something like, if, if we didn’t use, if Americans didn’t use all the plastic bottles, it would fuel 100,000 cars for one year. (It’s incredible.) And when you think about that, and just, and the cars, because the part/ of the cost of bottled water is the bottle that we throw out. And also, you know, there're a lot of health concerns about when those water bottles are heated up if you leave it in your car.

Yeah, we were talking about that. Sure.

Just like, just getting into the water, I mean the aluminum does not leach anything into the water. Plus, I mean, I think New York, everyone says the drinking water here is good, right?

It's great.

But where they test it is at the plant. It, and that's, sometimes, it’s going through very old pipes to actually get to your apartment. So even though, it might taste good.

Sure.

There's stuff that you might not see. (Sure) And when you filter water into pure water, it’s a three times filter, that’s a triple filtration system, and it actually tastes great. And you know that you’re not getting any lead or any the other, you know, things that could be lurking in old, very old pipes.

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I’m Hilarie Barsky from Good Morning America, now my guest is Cindy Crawford. Happy pre-mother’s day. (oh, thank you, yeh.) do your kids do anything special?

 

Er, I’m sure I will be getting some object made out of clay. Yeh, I actually saw them working on it last week when I was volunteering at school and I was there like you’re not supposed to be seeing it. Ok, don’t see it, but yes, I’m gonna getting a clay hand in fact.

 

There’re six in eight. (Yes.) And they’ve made you eco-friendly in a way.

 

Well, as soon as you become a mother, you start having more concern about the planet that you are bringing children, you know, to live on. But also the school that they go to is very environmentally aware and it’s just a big part of curriculum there, and it’s kind of show me that I need to pay more attention to it and we’ve learned from each other, you know, like we go art school then, there is beach cleanup every year and we all go, we do it together. And I think that day if they saw me wasting plastic or whatever, they would say something, it’s kinda like smoking in the house. If anyone smoke, the 5-year-old is like, mom, no, I mean, I don’t smoke, but I’m seeing kid, my mother smokes and my daughter is just so matter her, how I told her but she ain’t gonna stop, but it’s same with wasting plastic or, you know, they know turn off the water when you’re not, you’re brushing your teeth. They don’t just leave it run. They’ve already known that.

 

Wow! They’re so savvy.

 

But I think that they just make us seem like old-timees that we have to learn that, they’re just growing up in the world with that. It is the way it is.

 

and tell us how to develop this reusable water bottle.

 

Well, I teamed up with pure water filtration which just, they make water filters for home use. We’ve teamed up to make reusable automaton bottles. We call it “thirsty for change”. And even I started just myself, OK, I’m not gonna use plastic water bottles at home, I started just but easy. And I stop 6 water bottles a day, 6 plastic water bottles which are just 2000 a year. I mean, it’s so, I thought wow, and then my kids see me doing it, my husband sees me doing it and the people who’re at my house. I just have one of the pictures sitting out, I have a room tempo *one * call. And that’s what I give people now. And then, when you make once more change like that, you know, well, what else can I do, it’s empowering to do little changes like that.

 

I was interested. you said that I threw out some bottles of water this morning and put them into the recyclable bin in my apartment building, I couldn’t believe how many bottles we thrown out.

 

It’s like 50 billion bottles, I think, a year that we use in America, and only less than 15% are recycled. So that’s 86% unrecycled. And you know, besides the financial application, that part is made from petroleum, from oil. And I think the number on that was something like if we didn’t use, if Americans didn’t use plastic bottles, it would fuel a hundred thousand cars for a year.

 

It’s incredible.

 

And when you think about that and the cars because parts of cost of bottled water is the bottle that we throw out. And also you know there’s a lot of health concerns about when those water bottles were heated up because it will get in tar. It’s getting into the water, I mean the aluminum just not leaves anything into the water. Plus, I mean, I think New York everyone has a drinking water system here.  (it’s great.) but where they test it is at the plant. Sometimes it’s going through very old pipes that actually get in your apartment. So even though it tastes good, there’re stuff you might not see. And when you filter water into pure water, it’s the real-time filter, that’s atriple filtration system, and it actually tastes great. And you know that you’re not gonna any led or any the other, you know things that could be lurking in very old pipes.  

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I’m Hilarie Barsky from Good Morning America, now my guest is Cindy Crawford. Happy pre-mother’s day. (oh, thank you, yeh, I'm great.) Do your kids do anything special?

 

Er, I’m sure I will be getting some object made out of clay. Yeh, I actually saw them working on it last week when I was volunteering at school and they are  like "you’re not supposed to be seeing it". Ok, i don’t see it, but yes, I’m gonna getting a clay hand in fact.

 

There’re six and eight. (Yes.) And they’ve made you eco-friendly in a way.

 

Well, i think as soon as you become a mother, you start having more concern about the planet that you are bringing children, you know, to live on. But also the school that they go to is very environmentally aware and it’s just a big part of curriculum there, and it’s kind of show me that I need to pay more attention to it and we’ve learned from each other, you know, like we go art school then, there is beach cleanup every year and we all go, we do it together. And I think that day if they saw me wasting plastic or whatever, they would say something, it’s kinda like smoking you kown how now, if anyone smokes, the 5-year-old is like, mom, no, I mean, I don’t smoke, but I’m seeing kid, "sure" , my friends and my mother smokes and my daughter is just so mad on her, "how I told grammar to stop". But it’s same with wasting plastic or, you know, they know turn off the water when you’re not, you’re brushing your teeth. They don’t just leave it run. They’ve already known that. Wow! They’re just so savvy.

 

But I think that they just make us seem like old-timees that we have to learn that, they’re just growing up in the world with that is the way it is.

 

and tell us you have developed this reusable water bottle.

 

Well, I teamed up with pure water filtration which just, they make water filters for home use. We’ve teamed up to make reusable automaton bottles. We call it “thirsty for change”. And even I started just myself, OK, I’m not gonna use plastic water bottles at home, I started just but easy. And I stop 6 water bottles a day, 6 plastic water bottles which are just 2000 a year. I mean, it’s so, I thought wow, and then my kids see me doing it, my husband sees me doing it and other people who’re at my house. I just have one another *** sitting out, I have a ****into fridge and cold. And that’s what I give people now. And then, when you make one small change like that, you are like, well, what else can I do, it’s empowering to do little changes like that.

 

I was interested. you said that I threw out some bottles of water this morning and put them into the recyclable bin in my apartment building, I couldn’t believe how many bottles we threw out.

 

It’s like 50 billion bottles, I think, a year that we use in America, and only less than 15% are recycled. So that’s 86% are unrecycled. And you know, besides the financial implication, that plastic is made from petroleum, from oil. And I think the numbers on that were something like if we didn’t use, if Americans didn’t use all the plastic bottles, it would fuel a hundred thousand cars for a year.

 

It’s incredible.

 And when you think about that and the cars because parts of cost of bottled water is the bottle that we throw out. And also you know there’s a lot of health concerns about when those water bottles were heated up because it will get in tar. It’s getting into the water, I mean the aluminum just not leaves anything into the water. Plus, I mean, I think New York everyone has a drinking water system here.  (it’s great.) but where they test it is at the plant. Sometimes it’s going through very old pipes to actually get in your apartment. So even though they might taste good, there’re stuff you might not see. And when you filter water into pure water, it’s three times filter, that’s a triple filtration system, and it actually tastes great. And you know that you’re not gonna any led or any the other, you know things that could be lurking in very old pipes.  

 

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 I’m Hilarie Barsky for Good Morning America, now my guest is Cindy Crawford.

Happy Pre-Mother’s Day.

oh, thank you, yeah, I'm great.

Do your kids do anything special?

Er, I’m sure I will be getting some object made out of clay. Yeah, I actually, I saw them working on it last week when I was volunteering at school, and they are like "you’re not supposed to be seeing it". Ok, I don’t see it, but yes, I know I’m / getting a clay hand in fact.

They’re six and eight.

Yes.

And they have made you eco-friendly in a way.

Well, I think as soon as you become a mother, you start having more concerned about the planet that you are bringing children, you know, to live on. But also the school that they go to is very environmentally aware, and it’s just a big part of a curriculum there, and it’s, it's kind of show me that I need to pay more attention to it and we’ve learned from each other, you know, like we go art school, there is a beach clean-up every year and we all go, we do it together. And I think that they, if they saw me wasting plastic or whatever, they would say something, it’s kinda like smoking, you kown, how now, if you, if anyone smokes, the 5-year-old, just like, mom, no, I mean I don’t smoke, but I’m seeing kids for sure. My friends and my mother smoke/, and my daughter is just so mad at her. "how I told grandma to stop". But it’s same with wasting plastic or, you know, running, you know, they know, turn off the water when you’re not, when you’re brushing your teeth. They don’t just leave it run. They’ve already known that.

Wow! They’re just so savvy.

But I think, I think that just, it just makes us seem like old-timees that we don't, that we had to learn that, they’re just growing up in the world and that is the way it is.

And tell us you have developed this reusable water bottle.

Well, I teamed up with pure water filtration which is, er, they make water filters for home use. We/ teamed up to make reusable aluminum bottles. We call it “thirsty for change”. And even I started just myself, like, OK, I’m not gonna use plastic water bottles at home, I started just but easy. And I stopped six water bottles a day, six plastic water bottles which are over 2000 a year. I mean, it’s, and so, I thought, wow, and then my kids see me doing it, my husband sees me doing it, and other people who’re at my house. I just have one another pictures, sitting out, and have a room temperature onto that, and then I went to fridge and it's just cold. And that’s what I give people now. And then, when you make one small change like that, you are like, well, what else can I do, it’s, it's empowering to do little changes like that.

What is interesting is you said that I threw out some bottles of water this morning and put them into the recyclable bin at my apartment building, I couldn’t believe how many bottles we threw out.

It’s like 50 billion water bottles, I think, a year that we use in America, and only less than 15% are recycled. So that’s 86% are unrecycled. And you know, besides the financial implication, that plastic is made from petroleum, from oil. And I think that the numbers on that were something like, if, if we didn’t use, if Americans didn’t use all the plastic bottles, it would fuel 100,000 cars for a year. It’s incredible. And when you think about that, and just, and the cars, because the part/ of cost of bottled water is the bottle that we throw out. And also, you know, there're a lot of health concerns about when those water bottles are heated up if you did /.

Yeah, we've been talking about that.

I
t’s getting into the water, I mean the aluminum does not leak anything into the water. Plus, I mean, I think New York, everyone says the drinking water system here is great.

It's great.

But where they test it is at the plant. It's, er, and that's, sometimes, it’s going through very old pipes, / actually get to your apartment. So even though, it might taste good.

Sure.

There's stuff you might not see. And when you filter water into pure water, it’s three times filter, that’s a triple filtration system, and it actually tastes great. And you know that you’re not gonna any left or any the other, you know, things that could be lurking in old, very old pipes.
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 I’m Hilarie Barsky for Good Morning America, now my guest is Cindy Crawford.

Happy Pre-Mothers Day.

oh, thank you, yeah, I'm great.

Do your kids do anything special?

Er, I’m sure I will be getting some object made out of clay. Yeah, I actually, I saw them working on it last week when I was volunteering at school, and they are like "you’re not supposed to be seeing it". Ok, I don’t see it, but yes, I know I’m / getting a clay hand in fact.

They’re six and eight.

Yes.

And they have made you eco-friendly in a way.

Well, I think as soon as you become a mother, you start having more concern about the planet that you are bringing children, you know, to live on. But also the school that they go to is very environmentally aware, and it’s just a big part of the curriculum there, and it’s, it's kind of show me that I need to pay more attention to it and we’ve learned from each other, you know, like we go art school, there is a beach clean-up every year and we all go, we do it together. And I think that they, if they saw me wasting plastic or whatever, they would say something, it’s kinda like smoking, you kown, how now, if you, if anyone smokes, the 5-year-old, just like, mom, no, I mean I don’t smoke, but I’m seeing kids. (sure) My friends and my mother smoke/, and my daughter is just so mad at her. "how I told grandma to stop". But it’s same with wasting plastic or, you know, running, you know, they know, turn off the water when you’re not, when you’re brushing your teeth. They don’t just leave it run. They’ve already known that.

Wow! They’re just so savvy.

But I think, I think that just, it just makes us seem like old-timees that we don't, that we had to learn that, they’re just growing up in the world and that is the way it is.

And tell us you have developed this reusable water bottle.

Well, I teamed up with pure water filtration which is, er, they make water filters for home use. We/ teamed up to make reusable aluminum bottles. We call it “thirsty for change”. And even I started just myself, like, OK, I’m not gonna use plastic water bottles at home, I started just but easy. And I stopped six water bottles a day, six plastic water bottles which is over 2000 a year. I mean, it’s, and so, I thought, wow, and then my kids see me doing it, my husband sees me doing it, and other people who’re at my house. I just have one another pictures, sitting out, and have a room temperature onto that, and then I went to refrigerator and it's just cold. And that’s what I give people now. And then, when you make one small change like that, you are like, well, what else can I do, it’s, it's empowering to do little changes like that.

What is interesting is you said that I threw out some bottles of water this morning and put them into the recyclable bin at my apartment building, I couldn’t believe how many bottles we threw out.

It’s like 50 billion water bottles, I think, a year that we use in America, and only less than 15% are recycled. So that’s 86% are unrecycled. And you know, besides the financial implication, that plastic is made from petroleum, from oil. And I think that the numbers on that were something like, if, if we didn’t use, if Americans didn’t use all the plastic bottles, it would fuel 100,000 cars for a year. It’s incredible. And when you think about that, and just, and the cars, because the part/ of cost of bottled water is the bottle that we throw out. And also, you know, there're a lot of health concerns about when those water bottles are heated up if you did, it'll get into tar.

Yeah, we've been talking about that.

It’s getting into the water, I mean the aluminum does not leak anything into the water. Plus, I mean, I think New York, everyone says the drinking water system here is great.

It's great.

But where they test it is at the plant. It's, er, and that's, sometimes, it’s going through very old pipes, then actually get to your apartment. So even though, it might taste good.

Sure.

There's stuff you might not see. And when you filter water into pure water, it’s a three times filter, that’s a triple filtration system, and it actually tastes great. And you know that you’re not gonna any lead(铅) or any the other, you know, things that could be lurking in old, very old pipes.

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I’m Hilarie Barsky for Good Morning America, now my guest is Cindy Crawford.

Happy Pre-Mothers Day.

oh, thank you, yeah, I'm great.

Do your kids do anything special?

Er, I’m sure I will be getting some object made out of clay. Yeah, I actually, I saw them working on it last week when I was volunteering at school, and they are like "you’re not supposed to be seeing it". Ok, I don’t see it, but yes, I know I’m / getting a clay hand in fact.

They’re six and eight.

Yes.

And they have made you eco-friendly in a way.

Well, I think as soon as you become a mother, you start having more concern about the planet that you are bringing children, you know, to live on. But also the school that they go to is very environmentally aware, and it’s just a big part of the curriculum there, and it’s, it's kind of show me that I need to pay more attention to it and we’ve learned from each other, you know, like we go art school, there is a beach clean-up every year and we all go, we do it together. And I think that they, if they saw me wasting plastic or whatever, they would say something, it’s kinda like smoking, you kown, how now, if you, if anyone smokes, the 5-year-old, just like, mom, no, I mean I don’t smoke, but I’m seeing kids. (sure) My friends and my mother smoke/, and my daughter is just so mad at her. "how I told grandma to stop". But it’s same with wasting plastic or, you know, running, you know, they know, turn off the water when you’re not, when you’re brushing your teeth. They don’t just leave it run. They’ve already known that.

Wow! They’re just so savvy.

But I think, I think that just, it just makes us seem like old-timees that we don't, that we had to learn that, they’re just growing up in the world and that is the way it is.

And tell us you have developed this reusable water bottle.

Well, I teamed up with pure water filtration which is, er, they make water filters for home use. We/ teamed up to make reusable aluminum bottles. We call it “thirsty for change”. And even I started just myself, like, OK, I’m not gonna use plastic water bottles at home, I started just but easy. And I stopped six water bottles a day, six plastic water bottles which is over 2000 a year. I mean, it’s, and so, I thought, wow, and then my kids see me doing it, my husband sees me doing it, and other people who’re at my house. I just have one another pictures, sitting out, and have a room temperature onto that, and then I went to refrigerator and it's just cold. And that’s what I give people now. And then, when you make one small change like that, you are like, well, what else can I do, it’s, it's empowering to do little changes like that.

What is interesting is you said that I threw out some bottles of water this morning and put them into the recyclable bin at my apartment building, I couldn’t believe how many bottles we threw out.

It’s like 50 billion water bottles, I think, a year that we use in America, and only less than 15% are recycled. So that’s 86% are unrecycled. And you know, besides the financial implication, that plastic is made from petroleum, from oil. And I think that the numbers on that were something like, if, if we didn’t use, if Americans didn’t use all the plastic bottles, it would fuel 100,000 cars for a year. It’s incredible. And when you think about that, and just, and the cars, because the part/ of cost of bottled water is the bottle that we throw out. And also, you know, there're a lot of health concerns about when those water bottles are heated up if you did, it'll get into tar.

Yeah, we've been talking about that.

It’s getting into the water, I mean the aluminum does not leak anything into the water. Plus, I mean, I think New York, everyone says the drinking water system(反复听了,确实没有这个词) here is great.

It's great.

But where they test it is at the plant. It's, er, and that's, sometimes, it’s going through very old pipes, then actually get to your apartment. So even though, it might taste good.

Sure.

There's stuff you might not see. And when you filter water into pure water, it’s a three times filter, that’s a triple filtration system, and it actually tastes great. And you know that you’re not getting any lead(铅) or any the other, you know, things that could be lurking in old, very old pipes.

HW

 

H: I’m H.B for Good Morning America now, my guest is C.C. Happy pre-mother’s day.

 

C: Oh, thank you.

 

H: Do you kids do anything special?

 

C: I’m sure I’ll be getting some object made out of clay. Yeah, actually I saw them working on the last week, on the volunteering at school. You are not supposed to be thing just like, Ok, I don’t see it but yes, I know I’m getting a clay hand.

 

H: They are 6 and 8, and they have made you eco-friendly in the way.

 

C: Well, I think as soon as you become a mother, you start having more concern about the planet that you’re bringing children, you know, to live on. But also the school that they go to is very environmentally aware and it’s just a part of curriculum there and if it’s kinda of show me that I need to pay more attention to it, and we’ve learned from each other, you know, like we go art school. There’s a beach clear up every year. We all go, we do it together and I think that if they saw me wasting plastic or whatever. They will say something, it’s kinda of like smoking, you know, how now you, if you, if anyone smoke the five yards, just like mom. I mean I don’t smoke, but I seem kids.

 

H: Sure.

 

C: My friends, my mother smoke. And my daughter is just so mad of her.

 

H: How I told grandma to stop?

 

C: But same with wasting plastic or you know running, you know, they know turn off the water when you’re brushing your teeth, like they don’t just leave it run. They already know that.

 

H: Wow, they are just so savvy.

 

C: But I think, I think that it just make a same like old-times that they are just growing up in the world and it’s the way it is.

 

H: And tell us you’ve developed this reusable water bottle.

 

C: I teamed up with pure water filtration, which is, they make water filters for home use. We teamed up to make reusable of the minimum bottle. We called it thirsty for change and even I start, just myself. Ok, I’m not gonna use plastic water bottles at home. I start to just but easy, I start 6 bottles a day, 6 plastic water bottles, which over 2000 in a year and I mean it’s, and so I though, wow, and then my kids see me doing it, my husband sees me doing it, and other people who are at my house. I just have one of the pictures, sitting out, I have a room temper on another one refrigerator is cold. And that’s what I give people now, and then when you make one small change like you are like well. What else can I do? It’s empowering to do little changes like that.

 

H: What is interesting you said that I throw out bottles water this morning put them into recyclable bin in my apartment building. I couldn’t believe how many bottles are thrown out.

 

C: It’s like a 50 billion water bottles I think a year we use in America, and only less than 15% recycled, so that’s 86% are not recycled. And you know, besides the financial inflation, plastic is made from petroleum, from oil, and I think that numbers are now something like if we didn’t use if America didn’t all the plastic bottles. It would fuel hundred thousand cars for one year.

 

H: It’s incredible.

 

C: When you think about that, just in the cost, because part of the cost bottled water is the bottle that we throw out and also you know that is a lot health concerns about when those water bottles are heat up. If you

 

H: We’ve been talking about that.

 

C: Is it, is getting in the water. I mean aluminum does not leak you anything into the water, plus, I think New York, everyone says the drinking water.

 

H: It’s great.

 

C: Where they test it that plant, and sometimes it’s going to very old types, actually get to your apartment, so even though it might taste good.

 

H: Oh.

 

C: They are sucked you might not see.

 

H: Sure.

 

C: And when you filter water into pure water, it’s three time filter, it’s a triple filtration system and actually taste great and you know that you’re not getting any lead or any other you know stings could be looking in very old types.

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I’m Hilarie Barsky from Good Morning America, now my guest is Cindy Crawford. Happy pre-mother’s day. (oh, thank you, yeh.) do your kids do anything special? Er, I’m sure I will be getting some object made out of clay. Yeh, I actually saw them working on it last week when I was volunteering at school and I was there like you’re not supposed to be seeing it. Ok, don’t see it, but yes, I’m gonna getting a clay hand in fact. There’re six in eight. (Yes.) And they’ve made you eco-friendly in a way. Well, as soon as you become a mother, you start having more concern about the planet that you are bringing children, you know, to live on. But also the school that they go to is very environmentally aware and it’s just a big part of curriculum there, and it’s kind of show me that I need to pay more attention to it and we’ve learned from each other, you know, like we go art school then, there is beach cleanup every year and we all go, we do it together. And I think that day if they saw me wasting plastic or whatever, they would say something, it’s kinda like smoking in the house. If anyone smoke, the 5-year-old is like, mom, no, I mean, I don’t smoke, but I’m seeing kid, my mother smokes and my daughter is just so matter her, how I told her but she ain’t gonna stop, but it’s same with wasting plastic or, you know, they know turn off the water when you’re not, you’re brushing your teeth. They don’t just leave it run. They’ve already known that. Wow! They’re so savvy. But I think that they just make us seem like old-timees that we have to learn that, they’re just growing up in the world with that. It is the way it is. and tell us how to develop this reusable water bottle. Well, I teamed up with pure water filtration which just, they make water filters for home use. We’ve teamed up to make reusable automaton bottles. We call it “thirsty for change”. And even I started just myself, OK, I’m not gonna use plastic water bottles at home, I started just but easy. And I stop 6 water bottles a day, 6 plastic water bottles which are just 2000 a year. I mean, it’s so, I thought wow, and then my kids see me doing it, my husband sees me doing it and the people who’re at my house. I just have one of the pictures sitting out, I have a room tempo *one * call. And that’s what I give people now. And then, when you make once more change like that, you know, well, what else can I do, it’s empowering to do little changes like that. I was interested. you said that I threw out some bottles of water this morning and put them into the recyclable bin in my apartment building, I couldn’t believe how many bottles we thrown out. It’s like 50 billion bottles, I think, a year that we use in America, and only less than 15% are recycled. So that’s 86% unrecycled. And you know, besides the financial application, that part is made from petroleum, from oil. And I think the number on that was something like if we didn’t use, if Americans didn’t use plastic bottles, it would fuel a hundred thousand cars for a year. It’s incredible. And when you think about that and the cars because parts of cost of bottled water is the bottle that we throw out. And also you know there’s a lot of health concerns about when those water bottles were heated up because it will get in tar. It’s getting into the water, I mean the aluminum just not leaves anything into the water. Plus, I mean, I think New York everyone has a drinking water system here. (it’s great.) but where they test it is at the plant. Sometimes it’s going through very old pipes that actually get in your apartment. So even though it tastes good, there’re stuff you might not see. And when you filter water into pure water, it’s the real-time filter, that’s atriple filtration system, and it actually tastes great. And you know that you’re not gonna any led or any the other, you know things that could be lurking in very old pipes.
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hw

 

I’m Hilarie Barsky for Good Morning America, now my guest is Cindy Crawford.

Happy Pre-Mothers Day. oh, thank you, yeah, I'm great.

 

Do your kids do anything special?

 

Er, I’m sure I will be getting some object made out of clay. Yeah, I actually, I saw them

working on it last week when I was volunteering at school, and they are like "you’re not

supposed to be seeing it". Ok, I don’t see it, but yes, I know I’m  getting a clay hand

in fact.

 

They’re six and eight. Yes.

 

And they have made you eco-friendly in a way.

 

 

Well, I think as soon as you become a mother, you start having more concern about the

planet that you are bringing children, you know, to live on. But also the school that they

go to is very environmentally aware, and it’s just a big part of the curriculum there,

and it’s, it's kind of show me that I need to pay more attention to it and we’ve learned

from each other, you know, like we go art school, there is a beach clean-up every year and

we all go, we do it together.

 

And I think that they, if they saw me wasting plastic or whatever, they would say

something, it’s kinda like smoking, you kown, how now, if you, if anyone smokes, the 5-

year-old, just like, mom, no, I mean I don’t smoke, but I’m seeing kids. sure. My

friends and my mother smoke, and my daughter is just so mad at her. "how I told grandma to

stop".

 

 

But it’s same with wasting plastic or, you know, running, you know, they know, turn off

the water when you’re not, when you’re brushing your teeth. They don’t just leave it

run. They’ve already known that.

Wow! They’re just so savvy.

 

But I think, I think that just, it just makes us seem like old-timees that we don't, that

we had to learn that, they’re just growing up in the world and that is the way it is.

And tell us you have developed this reusable water bottle.

 

 

 

Well, I teamed up with pure water filtration which is, er, they make water filters for

home use. We/ teamed up to make reusable aluminum bottles. We call it “thirsty for change

”. And even I started just myself, like, OK, I’m not gonna use plastic water bottles at

home, I started just but easy. And I stopped six water bottles a day, six plastic water

bottles which is over 2000 a year.

 

 

I mean, it’s, and so, I thought, wow, and then my kids see me doing it, my husband sees

me doing it, and other people who’re at my house. I just have one another pictures,

sitting out, and have a room temperature onto that, and then I went to refrigerator and

it's just cold. And that’s what I give people now. And then, when you make one small

change like that, you are like, well, what else can I do, it’s, it's empowering to do

little changes like that.

 

What is interesting is you said that I threw out some bottles of water this morning and

put them into the recyclable bin at my apartment building, I couldn’t believe how many

bottles we threw out.

 

 

It’s like 50 billion water bottles, I think, a year that we use in America, and only less

than 15% are recycled. So that’s 86% are unrecycled. And you know, besides the financial

implication, that plastic is made from petroleum, from oil. And I think that the numbers

on that were something like, if, if we didn’t use, if Americans didn’t use all the

plastic bottles, it would fuel 100,000 cars for a year.

 

 It’s incredible. And when you think about that, and just, and the cars, because the

part/ of cost of bottled water is the bottle that we throw out. And also, you know,

there're a lot of health concerns about when those water bottles are heated up if you did,

it'll get into tar.

 

 

Yeah, we've been talking about that.

 

It’s getting into the water, I mean the aluminum does not leak anything into the water.

 

Plus, I mean, I think New York, everyone says the drinking water system here is great.

It's great.

 

But where they test it is at the plant. It's, er, and that's, sometimes, it’s going

through very old pipes, then actually get to your apartment. So even though, it might

taste good.    sure.

 

There's stuff you might not see. And when you filter water into pure water, it’s a three

times filter, that’s a triple filtration system, and it actually tastes great. And you

know that you’re not getting any lead or any the other, you know, things that could be

lurking in old, very old pipes.

 

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I’m Hilarie Barsky for Good Morning America, now my guest is Cindy Crawford.

Happy Pre-Mothers Day.

oh, thank you, yeah, I'm great.

Do your kids do anything special?

Er, I’m sure I will be getting some object made out of clay. Yeah, I actually, I saw them working on it last week when I was volunteering at school, and they are like "you’re not supposed to be seeing it". Ok, I don’t see it, but yes, I know I’m / getting a clay hand in fact.

They’re six and eight.

Yes.

And they have made you eco-friendly in a way.

Well, I think as soon as you become a mother, you start having more concern about the planet that you are bringing children, you know, to live on. But also the school that they go to is very environmentally aware, and it’s just a big part of the curriculum there, and it’s, it's kind of shown me that I need to pay more attention to it and we’ve learned from each other, you know, like we go art school, there is a beach clean-up every year and we all go, we do it together. And I think that they, if they saw me wasting plastic or whatever, they would say something, it’s kinda like smoking, you kown, how now, if you, if anyone smokes at the 5-year-old, just like, mom, no, I mean I don’t smoke, but I’m seeing kids. (sure) My friends and my mother smoke/, and my daughter is just so mad at her. (Really?) "how I told grandma to stop". But it’s same with wasting plastic or, you know, running, you know, they know, turn off the water when you’re not, when you’re brushing your teeth. They don’t just leave it run. They’ve already known that.

Wow! They’re just so savvy.

But I think, I think that just, it just makes us seem like old-timey that we don't, that we had to learn that, they’re just growing up in the world with that it's the way it is.

And tell us you have developed this reusable water bottle.

Well, I teamed up with pure water filtration which is, er, they make water filters for home use. We/ teamed up to make reusable aluminum bottles. We call it “thirsty for change”. And even I started just myself, like, OK, I’m not gonna use plastic water bottles at home, I started just but easy. And I stopped six water bottles a day, six plastic water bottles which is over 2000 a year. I mean, it’s, and so, I thought, wow, and then my kids see me doing it, my husband sees me doing it, and other people who’re at my house. I just have one another pictures, sitting out, and have a room temperature onto that, and then I went to refrigerator and it's just cold. And that’s what I give people now. And then, when you make one small change like that, you are like, well, what else can I do, it’s, it's empowering to do little changes like that.

What is interesting is you said that I threw out some bottles of water this morning and put them into the recyclable bin at my apartment building,(Right.) I couldn’t believe how many bottles we threw out.

It’s like 50 billion water bottles, I think, a year that we use in America, and only less than 15% are recycled. So that’s 86% are unrecycled. And you know, besides the financial implication, that plastic is made from petroleum, from oil. And I think that the numbers on that were something like, if, if we didn’t use, if Americans didn’t use all the plastic bottles, it would fuel 100,000 cars for one year. It’s incredible. And when you think about that, and just, and the cars, because the part/ of cost of bottled water is the bottle that we throw out. And also, you know, there're a lot of health concerns about when those water bottles are heated up if you did, it'll get into tar.

Yeah, we've been talking about that.

It’s getting into the water, I mean the aluminum does not leak anything into the water. Plus, I mean, I think New York, everyone says the drinking water here is great.

It's great.

But where they test it is at the plant. It's, er, and that's, sometimes, it’s going through very old pipes to actually get to your apartment. So even though, it might taste good.

Sure.

There's stuff you might not see. And when you filter water into pure water, it’s a three times filter, that’s a triple filtration system, and it actually tastes great. And you know that you’re not getting any lead(铅) or any the other, you know, things that could be lurking in old, very old pipes.

hw

I am Hilarie Barsky from Good Morning America Now; my guest is Cindy Crawford. Happy pre-mother's day

 

Oh, thank you

 

Do your kids do anything special?

 

 I am sure I’ll be getting some objects made out of clay. Yeah actually I saw them working on it last week when I was volunteering at school. And they're like you're not supposed to be seeing them. And I said ok, I don’t see it. But I know I am getting a clay hand.

 

They’re 16 and 8

 

Yes.

 

And they have made you eco-friendly in a way

 

Well, I think as soon as you become a mother, you start having more concern about the planet that you're bringing children you know to live on. But also the school that they go to is very environmentally aware, and it's just a big part of the curriculum there, and it's kind of show me that I need to pay more attention to it, and we've learn from each other, you know like our school does a beach cleaning up every year and we all go, we do it together. And I think if they, they saw me wasting plastics or whatever, they would say something. It’s kind of like smoking, you know how now if anyone smokes, the five-year-old, its like “mom”, and I mean I don’t smoke but I’ve seen kids. First my mother smoke, and my daughter is just so mad at her “how I told grandma to stop!” But say if we're wasting plastics or you know running, you know they know turn off the water when you're brushing your teeth they don’t just leave it run, they already know that

 

Wow they’re so savvy

 

But I think they re just make it a see mikle timey that they we don’t, that we have to learn that. They’re just growing up in a world as the way it is.

 

And tell us you have developed this reusable water bottle?

 

Well I, I teamed up with Pure Water Filtration which is a, uh they make water filters for home use. We teamed up to make reusable mineral bottles. We call it thirsty for change and even I started just myself like ok, I am not going to use plastic water bottles at home. I started just easy. and I stopped 6 water bottles a day, 6 plastic water bottles which is over 2000 a year, I mean it I thought wow and then my kids see me doing it my husband sees me doing it and other people who are at my house . I just have one other pictures sitting out I have a room temple and I have one refregis cold. And that's what I gave people now, and then when you make one small change you're like well what else can I do. It’s empowering to do little changes.

 

It’s interesting I throw out some water bottles this morning and put them in the recycable bin in my apartment building; I can’t believe how many bottles I have thrown out.

 

Well, it's like 50 billion water bottles that I think that a year we use in America and only less than 15% are recycled, so that's 86% aren’t recycled. and you know besides the financial implication, the plastic is made from petroleum from oil, and I think that the numbers on that were something like if we didn’t use off, if America didn’t use off all the plastics bottle, it would fuel 100,000 cars for one year.

 

It’s incredible

 

And when you think about that, just the cost because the part of the cost of the bottle of the water is the bottle that we throw out, and also you know there's also a lot of health concerns about when those bottle heat up, when you get a new car, does it get into the water, I mean aluminums doesn’t mean anything in the water plus I mean I think New York everyone also drink bottled water but where they’re tested is at the plant, and sometimes it’s going through very old pipes actually get to your apartment. So even though it might taste good, there is staff you might not see, and when you filtered the water and the pure water is three times filtered it’s a triple filtration system, it actually tastes great, and you know that you're not getting any lead or any the other you know things that could be lurking in old very old pipes

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**** Good morning, American now. My guest is Cindy Crawford. Happy spring mother’s day.

 

Oh, thank you.

 

Do your kids give you something special?

 

I’m sure I’ve been given some objects made out of clay. Actually I saw them working on it last week. ** at school. You’re not supposed to be seen. Okay, I don’t see it, but yeah, I have to clean the clay hand.

 

They are 6 and 8. And they have made you eco-friendly anyway.

 

Well, I think as soon as you become a mother, you start having more concerns about the planet that you are bringing your children, you know, to live on. But also the school that they go to is very environmentally aware. And it’s just a big part of *. And it’s kind of show me, that I need to pay more attention to it and we’ve learnt from each other, you know, like we * each year, and we all go, we do it together, and I think *. If they saw me wasting plastic or whatever, they would say something. It’s kind of like something. If anyone smoke in front of a 5-year-old, * Mom. I mean I don’t smoke, but I’ve seen *. My daughter is so mad at her, how I told grandmother about it. But the thing is the same with waster plastic, or running you know, they know, turn off the water, when you are brushing your teeth, they just don’t leave around. They’ve already known that

 

Wow, it’s so savvy.

 

But I think that **, that we had to learn that they’ve grown up * it’s the way it is.

 

Tell us that you’ve developed this reusable water bottle.

 

I teemed up with pure water filtration, which is, they make water filters for home use. Uh, we teemed up to make reusable bottles. We call it thirsty for change. And even, I start with myself. Okay, I’m not gonna use plastic water bottle at home. That start is easy, and I start 6 water bottles a day, 6 plastic water bottles which is over 2,000 a year. I mean, * I saw, wow, * my kids see* my husband see me * people at home, I just have one of these pictures sitting out **. That’s what I get people now. And when you make one small change like that, you like well, what else can I do? It’s empowering to do little changes.

 

It’s interesting that I threw out some bottles of water this morning, put them In the recycle bin at my apartment building. I can’t believe the bottles thrown out.

50 billion water bottles, I think a year we use in America, and only less than 15% are recycled, so that’s 80% are un-recycled. And you know, beside the financial implication, the plastic is made from petroleum, from oil. And I think that number ** is something like, if we didn’t use, if American didn’t use all those plastic bottles, it would fuel 100,000 cars for one year.

 

It’s incredible.

 

When you think about it, and the cost, because the part of the cost of bottle waste is the bottle that we throw out. Also, you know, there are health concerns about when those * fed up* getting the water ** Plus I think in New York, everyone says the drinking water here is great.

 

It’s great.

 

But where they test it **. Sometimes it’s going to * very *, actually get your apartment. So even through mine tastes good. And when you filter water, and pure water, a three times filter, that’s triple * system. And actually tastes great. And you know that, * or any other you know things that could be looking in very old *.

 

 

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I’m Hilarie Barsky for Good Morning America, now my guest is Cindy Crawford.

Happy Pre-Mothers Day.

oh, thank you, yeah, / great.

Do your kids do anything special?

Er, I’m sure I will be getting some object made out of clay. Yeah, I actually, I saw them working on it last week when I was volunteering at school, and they were like "you’re not supposed to be seen". And I was like, "Ok, I don’t see it, but yes, I know I’m getting a clay hand in fact.

They’re six and eight.

Yes.

And they have made you eco-friendly in a way.

Well, I think as soon as you become a mother, you start having more concern about the planet that you are bringing children, you know, to live on. But also the school that they go to is very environmentally aware, and it’s just a big part of the curriculum there, and it’s, it's kind of shown me that I need to pay more attention to it and we’ve learned from each other, you know, like we go art school, there is a beach clean-up every year and we all go, we do it together. And I think that they, if they saw me wasting plastic or whatever, they would say something, it’s kinda like smoking, you kown, how now, if you, if anyone smokes / the 5-year-old, it's like, mom, don't, I mean I don’t smoke, but I've seen kids will... (yes, sure) My, for instance, / my mother smokes, and my daughter is just so mad at her. (Really?) "how I told grandma to stop?". But it’s same with wasting plastic or, you know, running, you know, they know, turn off the water when you’re not, when you’re brushing your teeth, like, they don’t just leave it run. Theyalready know/ that it's...

Wow! They’re just so savvy.

But I think, I think that's just, they just makes us seem like old-timeies that we don't, that we had to learn that, they’re just growing up in the world with that is the way it is.

And tell us you have developed this reusable water bottle.

Well, I teamed up with pure water filtration which is, er, they make water filters for home use. We/ teamed up to make reusable aluminum bottles. We called it “thirsty for change”. And even I started just myself, like, OK, I’m not gonna use plastic water bottles at home, I started just but easy. And I stopped six water bottles a day, six plastic water bottles which is over 2000 a year. I mean, it’s, and so, I thought, wow, and then my kids see me doing it, my husband sees me doing it, and other people who’re at my house. I just have one another picture/, sitting out, and have a room temp warn, and I have one fridge, it's / cold. And that’s what I give people now. And then, when you make one small change like that, you are like, well, what else can I do, it’s, it's empowering to do little changes like that.

What is interesting is you said that I threw out some bottles of water this morning and put them into the recyclable bin in my apartment building,(Right.) I couldn’t believe how many bottles I threw out.

It’s like 50 billion water bottles, I think, a year that we use in America, and only less than 15% are recycled. So that’s 86% are unrecycled. And you know, besides the financial implication, that plastic is made from petroleum, from oil. And I think that the numbers on that were something like, if, if we didn’t use, if Americans didn’t use all the plastic bottles, it would fuel 100,000 cars for one year. (It’s incredible.) And when you think about that, and just, and the cars, because the part/ of the cost of bottled water is the bottle that we throw out. And also, you know, there're a lot of health concerns about when those water bottles are heated up if you leave it in your car.

Yeah, we were talking about that. Sure.

Just like, just getting into the water, I mean the aluminum does not leach anything into the water. Plus, I mean, I think New York, everyone says the drinking water here is good, right?

It's great.

But where they test it is at the plant. It, and that's, sometimes, it’s going through very old pipes to actually get to your apartment. So even though, it might taste good.

Sure.

There's stuff that you might not see. (Sure) And when you filter water into pure water, it’s a three times filter, that’s a triple filtration system, and it actually tastes great. And you know that you’re not getting any lead or any the other, you know, things that could be lurking in old, very old pipes.

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