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UC Berkeley Takes Steps to Ban Bottled Water

March 23, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Courtney Moulds, Daily Cal Efforts to ban the sale of bottled water at UC Berkeley continue this semester, with the Cal Student Store being the first on-campus vendor to eliminate its sale of the...

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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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Ban the Bottle, Increase Backlash?

November 16, 2011 | 1 Comments

University of Toronto students, hot on the heels of the country’s largest university banning the sale of bottled water, recently showed increasing concern for convenient, healthy ways to stay hydrated on campus. We’ve shown you...

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The College of St. Benedict used to like bottled water enough to affix its logo to the plastic and hand it out at alumni events. Macalester College did the same. But bottled water isn’t welcome...

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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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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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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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