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As Americans continue to consume over 50 billion plastic water bottles every year, we must continue to inform those who have not been exposed to the ill effects of bottled water on our environment, our pocketbooks, and...

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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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Concord resident Jean Hill will have to wait at least another month before she finds out if the Attorney General will approve her bylaw banning drinking water in single-serving plastic bottles in Concord. Attorney General...

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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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Communities around the globe continue to develop widespread movements, from protecting the vital wildlife to preserving our water sources, and many are joining the pledge to help our environment and make our world a clean...

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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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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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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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