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Grand Canyon National Park recently announced it will shelve its proposed plans to eliminate the sale and use of bottled water at its park stores. Recent news reveals the park’s director was fearful of consequences...

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The University of Toronto, Canada’s largest university, recently announced efforts to stop the sale of bottled water on campus. As the academic year begins, bottled water will no longer be available at the majority of...

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Australia’s Mater Hospital will get rid of plastic water bottles this month and hopes other private hospitals will follow suit. Patients at the hospital are usually given at least”two plastic water bottles every day, but...

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Ban the Bottle congratulates the Concordia University administration for taking this important step towards a more sustainable and just campus. A special applause goes to the students who organized the successful TAPthirst campaign that was...

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Today, people across the United States and Canada are choosing to give up bottled water and drink tap water when available. People are taking a stand in support of public water and against the privatization...

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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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The Ban the Bottle Movement is spreading – this time to the Ivy League. Cornell University last week passed a resolution to phase out bottled water sales on campus. Cornell joins fellow Ivy Leaguers’ Dartmouth,...

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Sam Schleich wants to show students drinking water doesnt need to come in little plastic bottles. The Illinois senior is president of Take Back the Tap, a new registered student organization started at Central Michigan...

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