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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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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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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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On September 1, 2010 the University of Ottawa, in collaboration with the Student Federation (SFUO), will be the first University in Ontario to put a complete and immediate stop to the sale of bottled water...

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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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Students at Seattle University are uniting to ban the bottle, part of a nationwide student-led initiative to stop the sale of bottled water on college campuses and promote sustainable alternatives. 2009 marks Seattle U’s second...

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