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  • Save the Forests!

    We need air. We get air from trees. Without air, we can't breath. And if we can't breath, we'll die. STOP CUTTING DOWN TREES FOR STUPID PLASTIC! There is no need for plastic. We have WOOD! WOOD I TELL YOU! We can make bottles out of wood. Oh, never mind :)

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  • Should plastic bottles be banned

    Yes They should be banned because they cause 70% more air pollution and 50% more water pollution. The amount of plastic bottles we make can reach the moon and back 10 times! And can cover all of the stars in the milky way. It also cost more money than making glass bottles. Also tap water is more refined than bottled water. Come people join me in saving the world and ban plastic bottles.

  • They are bad to the invirment.

    Plastic water bottles are very bad to the inviroment and can couse siknes by melted plastic.Platic water botles disterb the earth. Most plastic water bottles end up floteing 10000000000 miles out at see. But no one picks them up and it causes polution. Now peaple can get sick or can get poluted

  • Water bottles should be banned.

    Water bottles are a waste of resources. People could just as easily drink from reusable thermoses or flasks. The waste from water bottle sales has been shown to cause severe pollution in rivers and seas. Beverage companies are exploiting the market to produce an unnecessary product. People should refuse to buy bottled water in the future.

  • Ruining our planet

    Until we can figure out a more effective way to recycle all of the plastic water bottles I feel like they should be done away with. Not only is the plastic harmful to the environment when not properly disposed of(Which it usually is not) it has been linked to many health issues when ingested.

  • We will banned It!!!!

    Yes we should banned it because look at how much is being wasted! So what is the point of keeping water bottles when we have water bottles that are plastic (or not). We should banned it because their are so many/millions sent to landfills. WE SHOULD BANNED WATER BOTTLES BECAUSE THEIR COUSING US SO MUCH.

  • Water bottles should be banned

    People always pollute and get to lazy to put their trash or bottle in a recycling bin or trash can. Also people are always bottle flipping and it's becoming a distraction. And lastly, it takes 17 million barrels of oil powers 1.3 million cars for a year! This is why we should ban water bottles

  • Yes they should

    It is bad for the enviorment. Many people think that tap water could have lead in it. Bu what if I told you that. There are studies that show it could have cancer causing chemicals in it. Sometimes it is just tap water put in bottles and sold. So why pay money for something you can get at home?

  • Tap Water Contains Unhealthy Minerals

    Tap water contains unhealthy minerals that are filtered out of bottled water. Especially in even bad towns, tap water is polluted. Bottled water is a safer way of drinking water, and lots of bottled water also has added healthy vitamins and minerals that are needed for our bodies to work.

  • Why Pay for Water

    Companies have made millions of dollars marketing water for its purity. Some companies even bottle local tap water and sell it to customers as preserved water. If people are naive enough to drink bottled water, they should bear the consequences and deal with whatever medical problems the plastic will cause them after 50 years of ingestion.

  • Don't ban the water entirely

    Bottled water plays a vital role in emergency kits, or when other water sources are contaminated. However, bottled water will pollute the environment, therefore you should cut down the amount produced in order to preserve the environment for a longer time period
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  • You need water

    U could use water after a natrual disaster because tap water whould have piceces of house and u miggth get some paint in ypur cup and give it to your child and he coluld die at any time and that whuold be your falt for not having water that is not safe

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  • Yes no poop

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  • What about the poisoned water

    On cnn student news there was a place in flint where their water was infested with lead so if you frank regular water they could die or get extremely sick from the lead so the story was about these people who would not let anybody drink the tap water because he didn't want anyone getting sick so even for brushing their teeth he had to use the water from a plastic water bottle to wet the toothbrush and clean it and he had a two month year old child and a two year old girl.

  • Water bottles are reusable

    Water bottles are reusable and recyclable. Also they are cheaper then metal or glass water bottles. This makes it easier for familys struggling from poverty and weather. In Flint Michigan, people have been struggling from poisoned water. This shows that if bottled water is banned it will be harder for people to get clean, fresh, and safe water.


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