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Vassar College Moves Forward to Reach New Ground

October 18, 2012 | 0 Comments

Last March, Vassar College voted to endorse the “Tap That” resolution throughout their campus eateries by prohibiting the sale of bottled water. Former Class of 2012 President Pam Vogel said, “I have received more emails...

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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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Queen’s University in Ontario, Canada is on track to ban all bottled water sales across campus by September of 2012, aiming to help create a greener community. “We’re among the first few universities in Canada...

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Colleges and Universities have been known to consume more plastic bottles annually than most other organizations. Many students and staff dislike this statistic and are taking the stand to bring an end to the sale...

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The University of Canberra will become the first Australian campus to ban the sale of bottled water. Assuming it is successful in encouraging students to use refillable bottles, the ban – starting on March 22...

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On September 1, 2010 the University of Ottawa, in collaboration with the Student Federation (SFUO), will be the first University in Ontario to put a complete and immediate stop to the sale of bottled water...

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Here is a GREAT example of student and faculty taking a proactive approach to the Bottled Water issue – EDUCATING! Professors from The College of William and Mary in Virginia presented economical, environmental, historical &...

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Brown University Plans Campus-Wide Bottle Ban

December 29, 2009 | 0 Comments

Students at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, are doing their part to help reduce their plastic footprint by initiating a campus-wide plastic bottle plan this winter. In a typical year, Brown University distributes as...

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