Gallery: 6 Easy-to-Carry Essentials That Will Keep Your Travels Green

 
But maybe the water isn't safe to drink, you say? In some countries this is a valid concern. This author usually drinks the local water because it's safer than most people think, and bottled water, since it is less regulated than municipal supply centers, often contains harmful chemicals. Recently in Saudi Arabia, for example, it was found that one company was selling water laced with Bromate - a chemical that causes tumors in rats and mice,” according to the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI). Still, it's not safe to drink water in some places, in which case a water filter is a great solution. We picked this one from REI but there are dozens of them on the market. Check out camping stores for one that suits you.

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  1. travelwitheric February 29, 2012 at 7:40 pm

    Nice ideas, however, remember to pack any water bottles and any liquids over 3 oz. in your checked luggage. Even an empty water bottle will get confiscated by the TSA if you try and take it through security in your carry-on luggage.

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