"Thousands have lived without love,
not one without water."
Here at WaterChatter, you are invited to join our community for enthusiasts of quality drinking water sources around the world. Whether you love drinking water, are interested in water projects or want to stay in the know about Global issues, WaterChatter is your oasis for all things water.
✓ Discover the latest bottled water, mineral water, and fine water trends
✓ Exchange ideas with other like-minded water enthusiasts
✓ Get involved with global issues
✓ Keep up with and comment on all drinking water-related projects around the world
✓ Stay up to date with water-related events
✓ Contribute articles, stories, your expert knowledge, and personal opinions
Unlike many other water-related sites, here at WaterChatter, we encourage the exchange of knowledge in a safe place for all members. Some of our members don’t know who to follow on social media for good info. They don’t always trust the source of information given because most water-related sites are trying to sell you something. They watch the news and turn to Google for answers, hoping they hit a good site. Luckily, we are different. We want to be your go-to source for all things water.
We know that your health is important to you. You are also interested in the sustainability of the earth and water supplies. Maybe, you just love the taste and want to find ways to keep enjoying water. This community is the place for you!
✓ Will we run out of clean water?
✓ Can we stop the amount of plastic involved in water distribution?
✓ Are we drinking enough water?
✓ Will our decision to not drink enough water (not because it’s unavailable, but due to choice) negatively affect our health?
✓ For those who don’t have enough, we are dedicated to sharing organizations committed to helping communities in their efforts to get enough water without having to walk for miles just for a day’s worth or enduring the risk of being accosted or worse during those ventures.
No matter why you’ve arrived here, yours is the most important voice in this global water conversation, and we invite you to: