The Nestle corporation is bottling an estimated 250 to 510 million gallons of water a year, draining water from aquifers and the waterways in an unsustainable way
Those poor bottled water companies, they are suffering an injustice at the hands of mean college students on various college campuses. College students are tired of the waste of bottled water knowing full well how easy it is to bring their own water to class. This pro-bottled water on campus video provided by the bottled water companies tries to claim a ban of bottled water would be an injustice to all as well as affect their health adversely. Its just plain silly.
Recently Nestle was asked if they market specifically to minority communities. The answer they gave was yes, and they really do push their products with Latino-specific brands. They claim they are helping Latinos fight obesity by pushing their bottle water as an alternative to sugary drinks. There couldn't possibly be any other alternative than Nestle bottled water right?
A new viral video has been released this week in recognition of World Water Day from the makers of "The Story of Stuff" called "The Story of Bottled Water" highlighting the impacts of buying water, sparking outrage from the bottled water industry
Britons are rebelling against consumerism-driven bottled waters, and increasingly choosing to drink from the tap when at home and on the town
In order to promote the use of non-disposable drinking bottles for the I Heart Tap Water Campaign, the campus at Berkeley has installed two "Hydration Stations" designed to help students refill their water bottles. Excellent!
An environmental advocacy group tested ten brands of bottled water and found everything from medications to fertilizer, raising further doubts about bottled water purity standards. Why does anyone still buy this stuff?