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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.

  • It's damaging our economy

    Plastic bottles may look cheap at the supermarket but they are actually very expensive, it's expensive to have billions of plastic bottles being produced, it cost billions of dollars to do so. It's damaging our economy. Why should we still have bottled water, we have tap water, is that not enough?

  • Save the world

    In Scotland (where I live ) the tap water comes straight from the highlands so its very fresh an lots of people can't tell the difference between the two plus lots of companies just put tap water into bottled water and make huge profits so whats the point in chopping down ll these trees when you have it right infant of you

  • Yes they should be banned

    Bottled water is dangerous you dont know where the water has is can lead to lead poisoning and im pretty sure that nobody wants to be poisoned and be sent to a hospital. Also, when they are threw out it takes them a long time to dissolve away and it bad

  • Need to be banned

    Another reason that plastic water bottles need to be banned is the damage they do to our economy. A study by the Natural Resources Defence Council says that 25% or more of plastic water bottles are just tap water. Which means that you are paying for about 560x what the water is actually worth. What a waste of money! In 2012, People in the U.S. bought 11.8 billion dollars in plastic water bottles. That means that we waste 11.7 billion dollars that could have been used for things like fighting diseases and hunger. Plus, we could save even more money with litter if we banned the bottle.

  • 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.

  • Yes they should be banned

    Bottled water is dangerous you dont know where the water has is can lead to lead poisoning and im pretty sure that nobody wants to be poisoned and be sent to a hospital. Also, when they are threw out it takes them a long time to dissolve away and it bad

  • Bottles should not be banned

    By keeping bottles you can recycle them and make other things so the bottle is not wasted. Yes, there is a chance of polluting but if everyone helps out by cleaning up and recycling we can make bottles have a use rather than just throwing them into a lake, ocean, or stream

  • We shouldn't ban bottled water because homeless people would have nothing to drink.

    If we ban bottled water and then in the winter they turn off the water fountains people on the street would have nothing to drink bottled water my be bad for the environment but think about how it might effect other people. Also it's cheap and is good if there is a natural disaster.

  • Pet bottles help

    Bottles made of polyethylene terephthalate (PET, sometimes PETE) can be "recycled" to reuse the material out of which they are made and to reduce the amount of waste going into landfills. PET is semi porous and absorbs molecules of the food or beverage contained, and the residue is difficult to remove: Heating the plastic enough for sterilization would destroy it. Therefore, most recycled bottles are used to make lower grade products, such To make a food grade plastic, the bottles need to be hydrolysed down to monomers, which are purified and then re-polymerised to make new PET. In many countries, PET plastics are coded with the resin identification code number "1" inside the universal recycling symbol, usually located on the bottom of the container.

  • Pet bottles help

    Bottles made of polyethylene terephthalate (PET, sometimes PETE) can be "recycled" to reuse the material out of which they are made and to reduce the amount of waste going into landfills. PET is semi porous and absorbs molecules of the food or beverage contained, and the residue is difficult to remove: Heating the plastic enough for sterilization would destroy it. Therefore, most recycled bottles are used to make lower grade products, such To make a food grade plastic, the bottles need to be hydrolysed down to monomers, which are purified and then re-polymerised to make new PET. In many countries, PET plastics are coded with the resin identification code number "1" inside the universal recycling symbol, usually located on the bottom of the container.

  • No plastic water bottles

    I do not think plastic water bottles should be banned because we use them so much we might not find a substitute for them and how would we go to the store and buy metal bottles full of water in like 48 packs that would have a outrageous price tag.

  • More convenient and healthy

    People chose bottled water over soda at a store. It is an alternative to sugary drinks and unhealthy sodas
    it is so much more convenient because you can just grab it to go. It is like a portable water bottle but much more convenient plus you don't have to wash it every time and that saves water

  • More convenient and healthy

    People chose bottled water over soda at a store. It is an alternative to sugary drinks and unhealthy sodas
    it is so much more convenient because you can just grab it to go. It is like a portable water bottle but much more convenient plus you don't have to wash it every time and that saves water


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