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Guest Post: The Plastic Water Bottle Effect

This blog, A Bridge for Business & STEM, is 16 months old. While I still feel like a newcomer to the blogosphere, I am definitely not a neophyte to this region of cyberspace.

One of my proudest moments as a blogger was on April 29, 2013 when my post, BAITERs, Haters, and Social Climbers, received 1,292 views. This post continues to generate significant interest, and is referenced in other blogs. Another high moment for me was writing the guest post, Show and Tell: Promoting STEM Through Volunteerism and Contests, for Roundup, an online newsletter for the Institute for Electrical & Electronic Engineers (IEEE) on October 4, 2012.

This post is significant because it is the first guest post for this blog! The content appears in the form of a well-developed infographic, and discusses the negative effects of plastic water bottles on the environment. The infographic was prepared by Waterfiller, a manufacturer, of non-disposable filtered water bottles.

You can find more information about Waterfiller products at. www.waterfiller.com.

About Vi Brown

Vi is principal and CEO of Prophecy Consulting Group, LLC, an Arizona firm that provides business and engineering services to private and public clients. Prior to establishing her consulting practice in 2001, Vi worked with Motorola, Maricopa County Government, Pacific Gas & Electric, CH2M Hill, and Procter & Gamble. As an adjunct faculty member, Vi teaches undergraduate calculus classes and graduate level environmental courses. She is also a professional speaker.



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