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Should the national parks allow sales of water in plastic bottles?

Issues & Causes / Environmentalism : Legal Planet: Environmental Law and Policy

In May 2010, Grand Canyon National Park announced that as of January 1, 2011, it would no longer allow sale of water in small plastic bottles at park concessions. The park hoped the ban would reduce the costs of dealing with tossed ...

Grand Canyon National Park to ban plastic water bottles

Lifestyle / Travel : Gadling

Plastic water bottles are about to become an endangered species at Grand Canyon National Park. The Park Service has announced that the sale of bottled water in vending machines, shops, and hotels inside the park will be banned early...

National parks put a ban on bottled water to ease pollution. Trump just sided with the lobby that fought it.

Health : The Checkup

A National Park Service ban on bottled water sales to ease pollution was successfully fought by an industry lobby.

Water industry wins round in fight against ban on plastic bottles in national parks

Politics / US Politics : The Federal Eye

The bottled water industry and the National Park Service have been wrestling for eight months over the parks’ campaign to slash sales of disposable water bottles to visitors to reduce the litter they leave behind. This week, Big Wat...

White House kills ban on bottled water at National Parks

Lifestyle / Green Living : Inhabitat

The Trump administration has put the kibosh on a six-year-old ban on selling bottled water at some national parks. The National Park Service announced on Wednesday that, effectively immediately, parks like the Grand Canyon will no l...

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