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Green myths debunked-Food: Water-Tap or Bottled?

Here is the first article in a series that investigates 25 green myths.  Check back each day for a new update.

Starting off, this article explores the myth of which is better for the environment, bottled or tap water?

All myths in the series are from Fortune.

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  1. Congratulations! A terrific choice!
    I trolled through all 25 clips in the
    Gallery and found them clear and
    clarifying. This is my first post and
    a very fitting one indeed. There is
    pressure to do the ‘right thing’ in
    many diverse areas with different
    technologies it is easy to become
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