Owen Sound (Canada) may ban bottled water sales at city facilities with public water-filling stations
The Canadian city of Owen Sound will soon decide if it will ban the sale of bottled water at city-owned facilities that have public water-filling stations.
The city recently installed two water-filling stations, one at the former Canadian National train station and one at the city's transit terminal. A third will be installed at the Harry Lumley Bayshore Community Centre later this year. The Owen Sound & North Grey Union Public Library is also looking to purchase one of the machines. And there are further plans to install three water-filling stations at city facilities each year for the next five years.
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