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The City of Encinitas, California is considering banning plastic water bottles at city-sponsored events. The ban, proposed by Councilwoman Lisa Shaffer, would apply during city events where drinking water is available from fountains and other...

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How Much Water Goes Into Your Bottled Water?

October 31, 2013 | 0 Comments

I just ran across this interesting article that speaks on a study done by the IBWA on how much water is used to produce a liter. The study was skewed…. The International Bottled Water Association,...

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The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is discontinuing the sale of bottled water at its facility. The museum has made this decision in keeping with its long-standing conservation mission and aligns with other institutions across the country...

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Concord’s Bottle Bylaw Tested Once Again

October 23, 2013 | 0 Comments

At Concord’s special Town Meeting in December, voters will have another chance to decide whether or not the bylaw banning the sale of single-serve plastic water bottles should stick around in town. According to Town...

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Update: Map of Campaigns

September 25, 2013 | 0 Comments

Check out our recently updated map of campaigns by clicking HERE! If your school or organization has or is working towards Banning the Bottle, let us know and we’ll add you to the map!...

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Why is it so important to stay hydrated? Your body depends on water for survival. Did you know that water makes up more than half of your body weight? Every cell, tissue and organ in...

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Great Pacific Garbage Patch

Why Recycle?

July 18, 2013 | 0 Comments

Although Ban the Bottle strongly promotes the reduction/elimination of bottled water sales and purchase as the first choice, businesses and consumers still buy and sell bottled water. When that is the case, there is a another solution...

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Dear Editor, Bottled water is valuable, especially to people in the United States. We buy bottled water because we think it’s safer, it tastes better and it’s convenient. It is so valuable that we go through...

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