Harvard University Students Vote On Bottled Water Ban

Nov. 18, 2013

On Nov. 18. 2013, students at Harvard University will vote to end the sale of single-use plastic water bottles on campus, according to The Harvard Crimson. If the Environmental Action Committee’s referendum gains the majority of support, the Undergraduate Council will urge administration to install refilling stations in all on-campus buildings. The Harvard Crimson states that the measure would give students cleaner and more convenient water options. Full story.



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