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Tyler Sadek

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About Tyler Sadek

Tyler Sadek is a happily married father of five children who resides in Indianapolis. He spends time with his family, watching soccer and golf, eating delectable food, and traveling. He does admit, though, that as a native Chicagoan, he has a special spot in his heart for the Cubs.

He is also a shrewd businessman. Tyler is known among his peers as a private investor with a passion for making the world a better place. He has earned the designation of Chartered Financial Analyst and is a member of the Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO), a global network of over 30,000 leaders from 130 countries. He is also an active member of his community. One position close to his heart is serving on the board of directors at The Oaks Academy, a diverse educational facility committed to providing a rich learning environment based on Christ and His teachings. Tyler’s dedication to inclusiveness on all levels is shared by the school, which is open to all races and socioeconomic backgrounds.

Tyler Sadek understands that water is the most essential element for humans. As the world’s population grows, effective water reuse and treatment management have become more critical than ever. Tyler sees the growing concern over the availability of clean and nutritious water supplies, and he’s made it his goal to learn all he can about ways to solve the problem. 

There is a massive amount of petroleum products required in the manufacturing, transportation, and distribution of bottled water. As a result, more than 60 million plastic water bottles are discarded in the United States every day, most of which wind up in landfills or as trash in America’s streets, parks, and rivers. Every year, Americans discard 35 billion empty water bottles. Unfortunately, only around a quarter of them get recycled.

To curb this problem, many communities throughout North America have banned the sale of water in plastic bottles in public spaces. However, there is still more knowledge to be shared about purified, artisanal water. Tyler is a firm advocate for the concept of self-serve water vending, but he knows that is more work to be done. He helps raise consumer awareness about the environmental effect of plastic bottles and the truth about boutique water. This holds for water delivery services as well as luxury bottled brands.

Contrary to popular belief, beneficial minerals are removed from water when it is cleaned. In addition, the pH levels of the water are lowered when alkalinity is decreased, resulting in acidic water. This can lead to numerous health problems. 

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