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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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WRHS Administration…Ban the Bottle!

November 27, 2013 | 0 Comments

Wachusett Regional High School students ask the school’s Administration to rid of the 13 vending machines around the school. They also ask to offer reusable water bottles that can be refilled up at Hydration Stations....

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Greenfield, Massachusetts- A Congress Street resident has proposed two town ordinances, one that would ban plastic bags from being used at checkout counters and the other that would prohibit the sale of single-serve (one liter...

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The Detroit Zoo hopes to wean its visitors off the bottle. As part of the Detroit Zoological Society’s (DZS) Greenprint sustainability plan, the Zoo has launched a three-year initiative to discontinue the sale and use...

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Banning the bottle not only focuses on single-use plastic water bottles, it also can apply to offices who have large 5-gallon bottles that must be replaced multiple times each month. University of Portland’s OCCD (Oregon...

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Hampshire College Says Down With Bottled Water

September 14, 2012 | 1 Comments

As of today, Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts is the newest college to ban the sale of bottled water on their campus. Look for Hampshire College on our Map of Campaigns. Bottled water will no longer be...

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Niagara College in Ontario, Canada has conquered a new level of sustainability by banning the sale of plastic water bottles on their campus. This initiative took full force this past Wednesday, August 29th as the...

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Below is a highlighted interview conducted between myself and University of Nevada, Las Vegas “Take Back the Tap” Campus Coordinator, Monica Garcia. Here at Ban the Bottle, we were interested to learn more about the ongoing efforts...

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