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EU measure demands rise in public fountains to cut bottle waste

Directive seeks better access to safe drinking water to reduce use of throw-away containers The EU is to oblige national governments to provide greater access to drinking fountains, encourage restaurants to offer free tap water, and raise the standards required of suppliers, as part of a move to clamp down on plastic waste and improve the health of Europeans. Related: Bottled water is a nonsense.
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