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As our friend Jean Hill fought long and strong for two years to ban the sale of plastic bottled water within her hometown, the Town Meeting attendees voted in the passing of the bylaw that supported...

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The Canadian Tribune posts the latest on the upcoming development to cease any sale of bottled water within their premises and to show that drinking tap water is the sustainable choice. WELLAND, CANADA – Disposable plastic water...

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Senator Cynthia Creem and advocates push for the reconsideration and alteration of the state’s bottle bill to permanently prohibit the sale of all bottled water throughout the state. Only one issue brings the enhancement of the bill to...

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Loyola University is saying bye bye to bottled water. After a year-long campaign titled “UnCap Loyola,” students voted March 28 to prevent sales of the bottles on campus starting in the fall. But advocates of...

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Concord, Massachusetts, has become the first U.S. city to ban the sale of bottled water, residents voted last Wednesday. We’ve previously discussed municipalities banning the bottle at city buildings or offices, but this ban transcends...

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Teens in the Canadian town of Halifax are coming together to create a county-wide movement against the sale of bottled water. Halifax Metro News reports: Grace Hamilton-Burge and Jay Hubbard were on hand at the Halifax...

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In an effort to be more environmentally-friendly, the University of Vermont plans to stop selling bottled water on campus by 2013. In preparation, water-bottle filling stations will be set up around campus that allow students...

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Single-use plastic water bottles are a thing of the past in vending machines and the cafeteria at Vanier College. Vanier College, an English-language public college located in Montreal, Quebec, has a student population of over 6,000 students....

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