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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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Follow-up to IBWA Reply

February 5, 2013 | 2 Comments

Recently, Ban the Bottle was contacted by the International Bottled Water Association (IBWA) on January 25, 2013 with a response to our post “Our Reaction to IBWA’s New Bottled Water Video”. The email we received...

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Bottled water purchased with Massachusetts taxpayer dollars may soon dry up if a bill filed Friday by state Rep. Tom Sannicandro passes this legislative session. Submitted hours before the filing deadline, the bill would prohibit...

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Concord, Massachusetts has become one of the first communities in the U.S. to ban the sale of single-serving plastic water bottles. According to the Associated Press, the plastic bottle ban resulted from a three-year campaign...

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Our Reaction to IBWA’s New Bottled Water Video

December 21, 2012 | 2 Comments

Recently, the International Bottled Water Association developed a YouTube video titled “Meet Norman”. Through this video, the IBWA attempts to portray the idea that bottled water bans “shift consumer consumption to less healthy drinks.” Essentially,...

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