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November 29, 2008

New York City May Close Tap On Bottled Water

The Department of Citywide Administration Services reports that the city spends $2.1 million annually on bottled water. Councilmen Eric Gioia says that passage of this bill would also bring savings in storage and disposal costs (of those 5 gallon bottles) and help the environment by reducing waste and truck traffic for water-delivery services. Councilman Simicha Felder (co-sponsor of the bill) chose to install a bottleless water heating-cooler in his office which “is a much more economical choice”.

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