A startup company currently seeking funding through Kickstarter has developed a bottle cap with an attachable filter that can remove some impurities from tap and bottled water.
The news that Danone Waters (UK & Ireland) is giving out free bottles of water to London commuters is really great, and I applaud Transport for London for taking the initiative.
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According to a new report by Transparency Market Research, the demand for bottled water is expected to grow at an annual rate of 8.7% in terms of revenue from 2014 to 2020.
US first lady Michelle Obama's Drink Up campaign has increased bottled water sales by 3% among those who were exposed to the messages, says the International Bottled Water Association.
The Natural Hydration Council (NHC) has announced the formation of its technical working group.
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