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A Book That Can Purify Contaminated Drink Water

October 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

A paper that purifies drinking water, you say? Chemist Theresa Dankovich, Ph.D., invented the paper filters, and in collaboration with WATERisLIFE, hopes to distribute them to their primary sites in Ghana, Kenya, India, and Haiti. The paper...

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5 Reusable Bottles You Must Check Out

August 29, 2014 | 1 Comments

There are unlimited options of reusable bottles available to fit all types of lifestyles; everything from collapsible bottles to flat, paper-shaped bottles to fit perfectly your homework binder to customized bottles with your name on them....

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DIY: Edible Water Bottle

May 12, 2014 | 0 Comments

If you don’t want to be stuck carrying around a water bottle when you’re done taking a drink, why not just make a container you can eat? Yuka Yoneda from Inhabitat gives a demonstration of...

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Latest and Greatest Reusable Water Bottles

April 15, 2014 | 3 Comments

About time for a new reusable water bottle? The options are enormous to meet your needs, lifestyle and preferences from food-grade stainless steel to BPA free, you’ll be sure to find the right bottle for...

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Bring Back the Dignity of Tap

December 3, 2013 | 2 Comments

Ban the Bottle is a powerful environmental advocate focused on the elimination of single use plastic water bottles. While bottled water companies spend millions on advertising to sell an image of pristine magic water, there is a safe...

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Retap: Rethink water.

October 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

Our team continues to promote the environment by advocating bans on one-time-use plastic water bottles. We believe that tap water tastes great and by eliminating plastic bottles in schools, offices and public areas, we can...

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There is nothing more important than protecting ourselves from the chemicals that invade our everyday lives, including the chemicals and other contaminants that come out of the water tap. Equally important is protecting the environment...

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In a bid to get its customers to stop using disposables, Seattle coffee giant Starbucks is planning to roll out a $1 reusable tumbler. The reusable plastic tumblers will be made to look like its...

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