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    the world choose to buy bottled water, not so many realise the adverse effects this practice has on the environment. Anthropocentric thinking as a result of modernity has led humans to see themselves as superior to the natural world (Jones, 2010). From 2014 to 2015 the number of Australians consuming bottled water rose from 4.9 million per week to 5.3 million per week (Australian Food News, 2016). The effects of bottled water consumption have severe impacts on natural water consumption, leads to excess

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    Bottled Water Argument

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    Bottled Water Argument Imagine you’re late for sports and you need to fill your water bottle. The race is on for finding your water bottles. Seconds later you hear the car honk, you know your moms mad. You go in the garage and look where the plastic water bottles usually are… your out of luck. Than you remember THERE BANNED. Waunakee should not ban bottled water or else that could happen to you. Plastic water bottles are an easy grab and go. There especially essential for running late. Its an

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    Bottled water shows that people commodify nature a lot, which reflect high value they put on nature. However, bottled water demonstrates the disregard of nature’s complexity, revealing the irony that might leads to the mutual destruction of humans and nature. People commercialized natural resources, the best example is selling bottled water. Holding a bottled water, it is evident to see the stunning picture of a lake and little piece of plastic around its neck, which is blue and green. At the side

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    Bottled water can do more harm than good, making tap water the best choice. What had I once believed, that bottled water had a superior taste and smell than tap, was proven to be wrong in that case. Is bottled water really better than tap water if there’s not a distinct difference that appeals to our senses and health? Bottled water is known to be harmful to our health, marine animal's’ health, and even our planet’s. Tap water is good for our environment and our bodies. It does not require the

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    Bottled Water Vs. Cost

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    Bottled Water Versus Cost According to The Water Project, “Bottles used to package water take over 1,000 years to bio-degrade and if incinerated, they produce toxic fumes. It is estimated that over 80% of all single-use water bottles used in the U.S. simply become ‘litter’” (“Bottled Water is Wasteful”). This fact is not the only reason I believe that bottled water does not outweigh its costs. Although statistics show that bottled water is efficient, there are many reasons to believe otherwise.

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    some water? You went to a store and bought plastic bottled water, drank it and threw it away? But, did you know bottled water is bought hundreds of thousands of times about every day? I am against drinking bottled water because I think that it’s hurting animals, costing 2000 times more than tap water, and making global warming worse. Buying bottled water can lead to huge consequences and it will affect us desperately. The first reason for why I am against bottled water is that bottled water is that

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    jugs down 38 billion water bottles (which is a cost of 1 billion dollars for plastic) a year! Which is kind of crazy, But, If we ban bottled water, were just taking away one of our water sources for no reason because bottled water isn’t bad for you. If we take it away, how would kids here at Waunakee intermediate school get water at lunch? You can get water in fountains here but at lunch if you get hot lunch and you don’t like milk then your gonna wanna get water. But the only water we having in the

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    Bottled Water Vs. Cost

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    Bottled Water Versus Cost According to The Water Project, “Bottles used to package water take over 1,000 years to bio-degrade and if incinerated, they produce toxic fumes. It is estimated that over 80% of all single-use water bottles used in the U.S. simply become ‘litter’” (“Bottled Water is Wasteful”). This fact is not the only reason I believe that bottled water does not outweigh its costs. Although statistics show that bottled water is efficient, there are many reasons to believe otherwise.

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    Bottled water in the u.s should be banned. Every year about forty two point six billion individual one liter plastic bottles are sold in the U.S alone. Bottled water is a deadly and destructive killer that is easy to be manipulated by. You may not know it, but bottled water is costly, polluting, and an enormous waste of resources. Since fossil fuel takes hundreds of millions of years to renew they are considered non renewables. In the process of making bottled water, it requires the use of , oil

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    this world, the bottled water drinker, the tap water drinker and the people who really don’t care which one they drink. To those who have a preference, it is a big deal. I am fighting for bottled water in this essay. It is a very controversial subject, and both sides could have great points so i am just giving my reasons on why i believe bottled water is better. By the end of this essay you might have a preference towards bottled water. Point one on this subject of bottled water is safety. In a more

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