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December 2012 Recap: Ban the Bottle

December 31, 2012 | 0 Comments

December 3rd– 14-Year Old Invents Solar-Powered Water Jug (Video) December 4th– Rubbermaid® Reduces Environmental Impact with Dishwasher-Safe Reusable Bottles December 6th– January 1: UVM Makes It Official for 2013 Bottled Water Ban! December 7th– Smart...

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October 2012 Recap: Ban the Bottle

November 1, 2012 | 0 Comments

  October 2nd- New Water-Filtering Reusable Bottle with Style October 4th- Happy Columbus Day from Ban the Bottle! October 9th- Infographic: Waves of Rubbish October 10th- No More Plastic for India. Period. October 18th- Vassar College Moves Forward to Reach...

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New students, faculty and staff at Rochester Institute of Technology added a new item to their orientation materials this year—reusable water bottles. This is part of a larger campus-wide effort to reduce the amount of...

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Niagara College in Ontario, Canada has conquered a new level of sustainability by banning the sale of plastic water bottles on their campus. This initiative took full force this past Wednesday, August 29th as the...

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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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Filter Your Water as You Drink

July 25, 2012 | 2 Comments

Yeah, yeah all of us water guru’s have been preaching to the world that using a refillable water bottle is more environmentally friendly and cost-efficient. And that it is. Despite IWBA opposition, tap water is...

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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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Finals week is approaching quickly and study sessions are being planned. This means fatigue, stress, and uneven eating/drinking habits are bound to occur. Although some people may not be aware, healthy eating/drinking habits can strongly...

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