National Parks Being Lobbied To Do Away With Bottled Water, Install Filling Stations

National Parks Traveller, March 21, 2013, by Kurt Repanshek

"It's been more than a year since bottled water and corporate America collided at Grand Canyon National Park, and the push continues to get more national parks to phase out packaged water in favor of fresh tap water and refillable bottles."


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Colleges and universities say "no" to bottled water

I'm excited to learn that 14 colleges and universities in the US have taken steps to ban bottled water use on campuses this fall.  I wonder if community colleges are following this lead, since that would really begin to impact the families and communities where the students live.  "Back to the tap" could be the mantra (and making sure the muncipal drinking water is safe and clean). I drink the water from the tap in my house.  Do you?

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An Unflinching Examination Of The Big Business Of Bottled Water.
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