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The University of Canberra will become the first Australian campus to ban the sale of bottled water. Assuming it is successful in encouraging students to use refillable bottles, the ban – starting on March 22...

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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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British environmentalist David de Rothschild is planning to sail the Pacific on a boat made of 12,500 drinks bottles. Mr de Rothschild, 31, the youngest son of renowned financier Sir Evelyn de Rothschild and part...

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Still, Sparkling….or Tap?

August 31, 2009 | 0 Comments

A Fashion Trend Meets a Watery Grave – take some to time to read†this interesting Wall Street Journal opinion article†about the demise of “fancy water” by Eric Felton. † “For a little while, carrying a...

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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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On May 28, 2009 the Central Okanagan Regional District Board became the 50th municipality (and the 33rd in 2009) to implement restrictions on bottled water. The Canadian board noted the bottled water continues to cause...

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A college in Canada is taking steps to ban the bottle and stay hydrated using a new product called Hydration Station. The water-dispensing device is a unique system/filling station for re-usable bottles. The College is...

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A recent article on Newsday.com noted that many states are beginning to cut back on bottled water and help the environment by reducing waste. The New York City Council called for an end to bottled...

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