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With the recent implementation of composting and Sustainability Week, Sonoma State University has been making changes to become a more environment-friendly campus. Banning the sale of single-use plastic water bottles on campus could be the...

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Plastic single-serving bottles filled with water will no longer be sold in most places on Drake University’s campus next fall after a successful student-led campaign to ban the convenient and popular items. When classes begin...

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The northern Nevada community can celebrate and learn about options for more sustainable living at the University of Nevada, Reno campus Monday, April 15 through Friday, April 19. Educational programs and demonstrations will focus on...

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In a bid to get its customers to stop using disposables, Seattle coffee giant Starbucks is planning to roll out a $1 reusable tumbler. The reusable plastic tumblers will be made to look like its...

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5 of the Best Reusable Water Bottles

November 21, 2012 | 1 Comments

Despite the availability of reusable options, single-use bottled water consumption continues to rise in the United States. Luckily, the market IS filled with reusable water bottle options.  So to help determine which bottle is best for you,...

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How many disposable plastic water bottles do you throw in the trash every day? Every week? Do you leave them in your car, behind in class, or on the ground? A group of Plymouth State...

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Thompson Rivers University’s student union in Canada wants a campus wide ban on disposable plastic bottles and they appear to have the support to back their campaign. The student union’s sustainability crew presents its case...

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New Water-Filtering Reusable Bottle with Style

October 2, 2012 | 0 Comments

The social impact focus of Hydros Bottle, the nearly four-year-old quick-fill, water-filtering reusable bottle company from a pair of University of Pennsylvania alumni, continues to spread. The model always included donating a portion of proceeds to...

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