Company to Donate Bottled Water to Children’s Hospitals

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SNO Glacier Water
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The bottled water comes from an aboveground source

SNO is donating its bottled glacier water to children's hospitals nationwide, starting with the Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital in Hollywood, Fla. The water has high oxygen content, zero nitrates and other natural pure qualities, making it ideal for for kids and expectant moms. Unlike other bottled waters coming from below ground, SNO comes from above ground and is less likely to be contaminated.

It also was shown to be a water whose natural taste children prefer, according to taste tests conducted by the not-for-profit organization, Kid Critics.

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July 31, 2015

Ecumenical Water Network Urges Elimination of Bottled Water

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Ecumenical Water Network
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The group urged organizations to eliminate bottled water due to its impact on the environment and because it is an impediment to realizing the human right to water

The International Reference Group of the Ecumenical Water Network (EWN) of the World Council of Churches (WCC), at the conclusion of its recent meeting in Geneva, urged churches and ecumenical organizations in Europe and North America to consider eliminating the use of bottled water due to its adverse impact on the environment and because it is an impediment to realizing the human right to water.

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July 28, 2015

Report Analyzes U.S. Bottled Water Market

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Packaged Facts
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Popularity of flavored water and water enhancers is on the rise

As summer temperatures steadily rise, staying properly hydrated amidst the humidity is something of an art form. With an increasing number of consumers already rejecting carbonated soft drinks for health reasons—combined with the dehydrating effects sugary beverages can potentially have on the body—it seems the temperature is just right for the bottled water market to thrive.

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July 22, 2015

Study Shows BPA Can Adversely Affect Parenting Behaviors in Mice

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University of Missouri
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Researchers have used the California mouse species to prove that offspring born to parents who are exposed to BPA receive decreased parental care by both the mother and father

Biparental care of offspring, or care that is administered by both parents, occurs in only a minority of species, including humans. Past studies have shown that maternal care can be negatively affected when females are exposed to endocrine-disrupting chemicals including bisphenol A (BPA); however, no studies have shown how this chemical can affect maternal and paternal care when both parents are exposed.

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June 19, 2015

Blue Can Water

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211 Calle Pintoresco
Suite A
San Clemente, CA 92673
United States
Phone: 949.248.7297

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Emergency Water

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Blue Can manufactures pure water in sustainable aluminum packaging. The water has a 50-year shelf life and is targeted for the emergency and disaster preparation market, which commonly uses plastic bottles, packets or storage barrels, which have shorter shelf lives. The company uses a filtration and sterilization process, and when water is placed in the aluminum cans under pressure, it stays pure and fresh for decades.

MTN Products Adds Staff Members

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MTN Products
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The company provides bottled water and filtration water coolers and related accessories

MTN Products announced the addition of three new staff members: Eva Guererro, Perry Rowley and Stacey Clemensen.

Guerrero, assistant warehouse/inventory control manager, joins MTN Products with more than eight years of experience in research and development, operations and manufacturing. She will be responsible for supervising warehouse personnel, product forecasts, order fulfillment, freight schedules, inventory analysis and maintenance, and product return processes.

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May 7, 2015

Niagara Bottling Finalizes Agreement to Install Brine Minimization System

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New Logic Research
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The plant will increase sustainability with a purification system for more than 99% water efficiency

New Logic Research and Niagara Bottling, LLC announced the finalization of an agreement to provide a VSEP brine minimization system for a Niagara facility currently being built in the U.S. The system will enable Niagara to further increase its water efficiency to greater than 99% plant-wide.

VSEP's patented vibratory shear mechanism coupled with a filter pack design keeps its membranes free of obstruction, ensuring trouble-free operation even in the face of difficult feed waters like reverse osmosis (RO) brine.

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April 23, 2015

Clean Ethics LLC

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65 Millet Street
Suite 106
Richmond, VT 05477
United States
Phone: 802.264.1916

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Cleaning Tablets

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Bottle Bright is an eco-friendly cleaning tablet that offers grime and stain removal. The tablets can remove stains, buildup and odors from hard-to-reach areas in bottles, travel mugs and drink dispensers. The all-natural formula rinses away and leaves behind no residual taste or odor. For each purchase of Bottle Bright, the company donates a product to a developing country in need.
 

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