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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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Harvard in the Running to Ban Bottled Water

December 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

The Fall 2013 Referenda at Ivy League school, Harvard University, came in with 46.9% of students voting on the referenda questions. One question in particular asked students “Do you support or oppose ending the sale and...

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What’s In Your Bottled Water?

September 11, 2013 | 3 Comments

Ever wonder what dangers are entrapped in that plastic bottle of water? GH?H, P/.TL, XFsS, 123, blah, blah, blah… But what are they and how are they harmful to us? Lets start with the basics: Bisphenol A...

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The northern Nevada community can celebrate and learn about options for more sustainable living at the University of Nevada, Reno campus Monday, April 15 through Friday, April 19. Educational programs and demonstrations will focus on...

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This past March, in an effort to boost environmental sustainability and reduce costs, the Graduate Student Government at the University of Maryland voted to ban most bottled water purchases for its functions. The Graduate Student...

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Dr. David Reina, a noted Florida physician and a member of the IncreaseYourHealth.net team, has published his latest blog explaining why filtered tap water is healthier to drink than most bottled waters. “Bottled water is...

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Say No To The Lies and Ban the Bottle!

August 2, 2012 | 0 Comments

It is bemusing to see how easily our nation has been deceived into believing bottled water is the better alternative to tap water. The bottled water industry controls a massive market share with current revenues totaling a...

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The government in Nova Scotia is taking serious steps help curb the sale of bottled water by committing to ban the sale of bottled water in provincial facilities. The Polaris Institute notes: Nova Scotia Premier...

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