Loyola University Chicago is getting rid of bottled water on its campuses

May 10, 2012
Cafeterias and stores will stop sales this year; vending machine water sales will end next year

From The Chicago Tribune: Loyola University Chicago is taking steps to eliminate bottled water from its campuses. It has provided all freshmen students with reusable bottles and has installed more refill stations around campus. In the fall, the university will stop selling bottled water in its cafeterias and retail locations. Then in 2013, bottled water will be removed from campus vending machines.

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