water bottles

The George Washington University
Automated return systems have the potential to drastically improve the world's recycling rate.
George Washington University
The Trump administration recently rescinded a 2011 ban on the sale of disposable water bottles in National Parks, which data show worked to prevent waste.
The George Washington University, Spring 2016 Editorial Intern
It’s time to think before you drink.
Video by Musadiq Bidar, Nimet Kirac and Max Chen
Video by Musadiq Bidar, Nimet Kirac and Max Chen
The George Washington University
Of the 30,000 water bottles sold annually in America only 1 out of 5 gets recycled. We hit the streets of D.C to ask people why they buy bottled water.
The George Washington University
Which is better: tap water or bottled water? Here are the facts. It’s your decision.
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
We all use water bottles, but if you're not filling up a reusable every time you're creating a lot of waste. Disposable bottles are convenient, and convenience determines what gets used - the folks at True2o think they might be able to bridge the... Read More
Sarah Kite, the Director of Recycling Services at the Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation, details the recycling process and gives a tour of Rhode Island's recycling center.