The recent drought in Ontario, Canada has stressed water supplies. Governments have placed water use restrictions on citizens, but not corporations like Nestle Waters Canada.
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Happy Earth Day! Since the first Earth Day in 1970, billions of people have come together to better the world we live in.
Creating a better living space doesn’t have to cost a lot or take a lot of effort. In many ways, it’s the small things we do that can have a large impact.
Skip the bottle and all plastic entirely. Here’s the solution for your home or office. Quench, a company that serves half the Fortune 500, creates bottleless water coolers.
If you are anything like me, then you are sick of paying loads of money for bottled water. Not only are you paying big bucks for it, the bottles themselves are not good for your or the environment. Plastic contains tons of toxins which can seep into your water, making it really unhealthy to drink. On top of that, plastic also takes up a lot of space in landfills and never goes away. Why damage yourself, the environment, and your pocketbook? Try one of these four alternatives to bottled water today:
The Week in Water brings you blue living ideas and news from around the web.
U.S. bottled water sales in 2011 broke the record for sales in 2007, the previous record-holder. In 2011, 9.1 billion gallons of bottled water were sold in the U.S., topping the 8.8billion gallons sold in 2007.
The bottled water industry is fighting back with a campaign on college campuses. With recent bottled water bans in cities, national parks, and schools, the industry seems to be feeling the pressure.
The Week in Water brings you the latest news in blue living from around the web.
Grand Canyon National Park is enacting a bottled water ban. Sales of bottled water within the park will cease in the next thirty days.
When the National Park Service (NPS) decided to ban the sale of bottled water at concessions in the Grand Canyon, it was hailed as a smart way to reduce solid waste in the park. But according to a string of recently released emails, the plan was put on hold after Coca-Cola and other beverage industry representatives asked to be included in the discussions.
In a ruling last week, European Union (EU) officials announced that there is no proof that water prevents dehydration.
If you’re a regular reader here, you know that we are not fans of bottled water. This infographic sums up several the major issues with bottled water, and we’ve got some tips to help you kick the bottle!