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Bottled Water

Bottled water maintains its popularity for many people. As a hot topic in this industry, we cover the developments and trends in delivery, maintenance and claims in this area of drinking water.

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IBWA applauds legislation that would provide information on quality & safety of bottled water products

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ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The Bottled Water Quality Information Act requires bottled water producers to annually prepare a bottled water quality report.


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IBWA appoints three new members to its Board of Directors

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ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Andrew Eaton, Ph.D., Heidi Paul and Shayron Barnes-Selby were appointed to fill three open seats vacated by outgoing board members.


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Water Technology talks with Joe Doss of the International Bottled Water Association

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LATHAM, N.Y. — Doss discusses how the bottled water industry incorporates sustainable practices in our latest podcast.


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IBWA issues statement on San Francisco bottled water bill

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ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The city’s board of supervisors has approved a bill restricting consumer access to bottled water.


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NSF International updates Beverage Quality Program

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ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Valbona Malo is the new global business manager for the program, which also has updated evaluation criteria.


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Bottled water: A public service for health

Modern lifestyles and government policies are bringing bottled water benefits to the forefront.
Chris Hogan
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IBWA issues statement on CDC obesity report

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ALEXANDRIA, Va. — IBWA emphasized the importance of calorie-free beverages like bottled or tap water.


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Drinking Water Research Foundation compares bottled, tap water

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ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The paper found that regulations for certain contaminants are more stringent with bottled water.


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IBWA study shows low water use in bottled water production

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ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The study showed that water use in bottled water production is less than all other packaged beverages.


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Nestle Waters becomes a supporter of the Drink Up initiative

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STAMFORD, Conn. — This first-of-its-kind program is aimed at encouraging and inspiring everyone to drink more water.


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