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University of Ontario Officially Bans the Bottle!

September 1, 2010 | 0 Comments

Students, staff and faculty at the University of Ottawa will no longer be able to buy a bottle of water to quench their thirst. Starting today, the university has stopped the sale of bottled water...

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The government in Nova Scotia is taking serious steps help curb the sale of bottled water by committing to ban the sale of bottled water in provincial facilities. The Polaris Institute notes: Nova Scotia Premier...

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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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Hamilton, Ontario, a city with nearly 700,000 residents in Canada is considering banning the bottle. Well not quite. But the city is at least trying to start campaigns aimed at curbing bottled water sales. The...

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Unlike our friends in Washington, landfills in North Carolina seem a little less dense these days. The mid-Atlantic state recently banned disposing plastic bottles in landfills to help reduce trash and encourage recycling. This has...

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The Anti-Bottle, Water Bottle

January 5, 2010 | 0 Comments

What a great way to start 2010, with a new portable water bottle! And when we say portable, we mean portable! This water bottle can fit and fold into almost any space! The Vapur bottle...

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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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The Reno Waste Management team is taking steps to ban the bottle by encouraging employees and the local Reno community to use ban one-time-use plastic bottles and use more eco-friendly reusable bottles like those from...

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