Alexandria, VA – The International Bottled Water Association’s (IBWA) consumer website www.bottledwatermatters.com has launched its twentieth YouTube video, “Every Bottle Counts,” a humorous and informative look at how people recycle when they are out and about in public places. A teenaged consumer explores how…
ALEXANDRIA, VA — This year’s theme for World Water Day 2011, celebrated annually on March 22, is “Water For Cities: Responding to the Urban Challenge.” This United Nations (U.N.) sponsored event is held every year to focus attention on the importance of fresh water, and to advocate the sustainable management of fresh water resources.
IBWA Rebuttal to Corporate Accountability International’s Flawed Report: “Tapping Congress to Get Off the Bottle”
On February 8, 2011, Corporate Accountability International (CAI) released a report calling upon Congress to stop purchasing and consuming bottled water. The CAI report contains many false and misleading statements about bottled water.
Recent Actions in Concord, MA, Virginia, and San Francisco, CA Are a Welcome Shift in Momentum for Bottled Water Consumers
Alexandria, VA – Three recent actions – the nullification of an attempt by a town to ban bottled water sales; the reversal of a state government’s anti-bottled water purchasing policy; and an abrupt end to a controversial proposal to ban the sale of bottled water at outdoor venues controlled by…
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulates bottled water products, working to ensure that they’re safe to drink.
Air conditioning coolant in tap water? Yikes.
It is agreat to see E, a environmental magazine, covering bottled water in such a fair way.
They did a nice story on the lightweighting of the bottled water industry. Thanks to Kristin Bender for her reporting.
Good news for Earth Day 2010: A recent analysis performed by the Beverage Marketing Corporation shows that over the past eight years the average gram weight of the 16.9 ounce “single serve” bottled water container has dropped by 32.6%.