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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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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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Cross-posted from Triple Pundit by Kristin Urquiza. We’re on the verge of the next wave of national parks going bottled water free. Today, a broad coalition led by Corporate Accountability International is providing the grassroots support for four...

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According to National Parks Traveler, there is a growing movement to ban the sale of bottled water at National Parks given the success of the ban at Grand Canyon National Park. Check out the full...

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Some Poland Spring water bottles may be contaminated by gasoline, the New Hampshire Department of Health warned in a consumer advisory published this week. According to WMUR.com, state health officials said Friday that consumers who purchased 3- and...

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We’ve previously discussed the Concord, Massachusetts proposal to ban the sale of bottled water here on Ban the Bottle. Local citizen Jean Hill had the original idea and fought for years to get a city-wide vote...

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Could water bottles soon be a thing of the past in Massachusetts? Maybe, if one state senator gets her way. Frustrated by stalls on an expansion to the state’s bottle redemption law, State Sen. Cynthia...

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Lemon:Aid: Make a Stand for Clean Water

June 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

Summertime – a time to make memories, spend time outdoors, get re-acquainted with friends and neighbors, and drink lemonade! This summer, Blood:Water Mission invites you to not only make memories but make a difference, too. Over 320...

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