A park official at Grand Canyon National Park fills a reusable bottle with water from a hydration station. Grand Canyon is one of 20 national park units that have banned sales of bottled water to reduce litter. The bottled-water industry is lobbying Congress to overturn that ban.
A park official at Grand Canyon National Park fills a reusable bottle with water from a hydration station. Grand Canyon is one of 20 national park units that have banned sales of bottled water to reduce litter. The bottled-water industry is lobbying Congress to overturn that ban. Courtesy of Corporate Accountability International
A park official at Grand Canyon National Park fills a reusable bottle with water from a hydration station. Grand Canyon is one of 20 national park units that have banned sales of bottled water to reduce litter. The bottled-water industry is lobbying Congress to overturn that ban. Courtesy of Corporate Accountability International

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