Browsing the "bottled water" Tag →

Latest and Greatest Reusable Water Bottles

April 15, 2014 | 0 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...

Read More →

Every year, 20 million tons of plastic enters the world’s oceans. In 2012, the Rio +20 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development dubbed marine plastic litter “a major environmental issue that the world must address,”...

Read More →

Hydration: What You May Not Know

March 27, 2014 | 1 Comments

You’re active, putting in the miles on your bike or your favorite pair of running shoes, so hydration should be a fact of life, right? We hope so, but just in case, see how many...

Read More →

Nearly two dozen units of the National Park System have instituted bans against the sale of disposable water bottles, a move proponents say will greatly reduce trash. For most parks, according to Public Employees for...

Read More →

Background In 2006, SFCC developed a five-year plan including the use of sustainable technologies and practices, then signed the American College and University President’s Climate Commitment in 2009 and a zero waste resolution two years...

Read More →

The bottle ban might not be water under the bridge just yet. In 2012, the University ended the sale of flavorless bottled water on campus and mandated that one-third of beverages offered in vending machines...

Read More →

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...

Read More →

TAP- Travelers Against Plastic

February 3, 2014 | 1 Comments

The Ban the Bottle team was contacted by Chris MacKay, the co-founder of the TAP- Travelers Against Plastic Campaign. As their initiatives to discourage the use of disposable water bottles fell in line with those...

Read More →