Glass and metal no solution to bottled water's single use footprint, study argues

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New study from environmental think tank Green Alliance finds canned water products are only fractionally better for the environment than plastic bottles

It is the latest environmental craze. Around the world a raft of new canned water products have been launched in an attempt to offer a greener alternative to the environmentally vilified plastic water...

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