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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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Would you pay over 1,000 times more for something you could get for free? I didn’t think so, but that’s exactly what happens approximately 85 million times every day, as Americans consume water out of pre-packaged...

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Our Reaction to IBWA’s New Bottled Water Video

December 21, 2012 | 2 Comments

Recently, the International Bottled Water Association developed a YouTube video titled “Meet Norman”. Through this video, the IBWA attempts to portray the idea that bottled water bans “shift consumer consumption to less healthy drinks.” Essentially,...

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Boston Sets Foundation for Hydration

November 27, 2012 | 0 Comments

Citing the state’s rapidly rising obesity rate, city officials are calling for water to flow from more public places to keep Bostonians hydrated and cut back on wasting plastic. According to a hearing request filed...

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Queen’s University in Ontario, Canada is on track to ban all bottled water sales across campus by September of 2012, aiming to help create a greener community. “We’re among the first few universities in Canada...

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Elk Grove District’s local paper reports the newest addition to Franklin Elementary school, an arsenic treatment system that delivers close to arsenic-free water for students. After recent regulation changes, the Elementary school needed to adapt,...

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Time for a Drinking Water Fountain Renaissance

September 24, 2010 | 0 Comments

Wait a minute: free drinking water ISN’T available in all of our school cafeterias?? We have to pass a LAW requiring that free water be made available to children in lunchrooms? Article by Dr. Peter...

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