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SCARBOROUGH — Did you know Americans use 1,000 plastic water bottles every second, and almost all will end up in landfills, even though they can be recycled? Nina Chase, a rising fourth-grader at Wentworth Intermediate...

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Commuters at Hammersmith Bus Station and Tube station in London can now get access to free chilled, filtered mains water in an effort to cut waste. For the first time, thirsty commuters will be able...

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The International Water Bottle Association (IBWA) sent out a press release this week [Tues/10] “applauding” a new federal law aimed at improving public drinking water. Although some might consider this unusual, the bottled water industry...

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Bottled water is one step closer to being passe in San Francisco, after the Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved a measure that would ban the sale of the items at events held on city property....

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San Francisco’s proposed ban on sales of plastic water bottles on public property faces a key vote today amid some concerns about lack of water access and financial impacts on popular events such as the...

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Eastfield College Becoming a Greener Campus

October 30, 2013 | 0 Comments

Eastfield College in Mesquite, Texas is addressing way to becoming a greener campus. Terrance Wickman, math professor and adviser of the Green Team, discussed Eastfield’s current and future green projects for this semester during a Green...

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Why is it so important to stay hydrated? Your body depends on water for survival. Did you know that water makes up more than half of your body weight? Every cell, tissue and organ in...

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WWU to become largest public college in U.S. to ban bottled water Seattle’s NPR recently reported Western Washington University plans to ban the bottle on campus, making it the largest public university in the United...

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