Analysis Of A Ban On Water Bottles

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A Ban on Water Bottles In the article ‘’ A Ban on Water Bottles: A way to bolster the University’s image’’ Amanda Jacobowitz discusses the ban of water bottle sales in her campus. The University of Washington has arranged an accession to ban water bottles over the usage of plastic. Water should be a product available at any campus for dehydration. Having an ecofriendly environment can change people’s perspective on how much plastic is being withered.
The amount of water usage it takes to make different beverages adds up to a large amount going to waste. It takes up to 1.39 liters to make one liter of water which is less than a soda bottle. The water bottle association stated that bottle use is more efficient in terms of water usage than

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