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Students moving into to their dorms at Western Washington University this weekend will have to unpack their sheets, their clothes and their reusable water bottles, as the school is working toward banning bottled water. Students...

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Not only are schools and colleges Banning the Bottle, but even wildlife refuges like the J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge located in the subtropical barrier island of Sanibel, Florida. They are taking the step towards...

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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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Burn the Man, Ban the Bottle

August 28, 2012 | 5 Comments

Burning Man is an annual tribal celebration of fire, art, and eloquence. Originating in the mid 1990’s, Black Rock Desert, Nevada has become the home of this thrilling and highly renowned festival. You will know...

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When it comes to disposable containers, no product gets as much flack as the infamous plastic water bottle. Criticized for the contents on the inside (which are often said to taste exactly like tap water)...

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As we begin to pack up our camping gear, store away our mountain bikes, and set aside the sunscreen, we also need to think about shifting back into school mode. For the next 4 months,...

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Not only are schools taking advantage of having filling stations at events and on their campuses, but now the London Olympics are providing free filtered tap water via filling stations to all attendees encouraging them...

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