THE ON GOING YEARLY COUNT OF THE HIGHLY POLLUTING NON-BIODEGRADABLE
PLASTIC BAGS USE, THIS YEAR ALONE, As Of January 01, - U.S. ONLY




The staggering on going count of NON-BIODEGRADABLE plastic bags at the above is the up to date indicator of the plastic bags given to the U.S. shoppers, beginning January 01, of this year across the United States. - Each year a shocking quantity of 916,981,973,789 plastic bags are trashed, in U.S. alone, polluting and poisoning Land-fields, the Air and our Waters.

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Boycott All Bottled Water
And The Nation-less Corporations Who Own Them


The overall bottled water industry
called "H2Uh-Oh": with a big PR Challenge.

It talks about Sam’s Choice, which is sold at Wal-Mart. "Water comes from the Las Vegas municipal supply. A test by the Environmental Working Group found it had 200% of the allowable" let’s see if I can even pronounce it -- trihalomethane, a carcinogen, and included several chemicals known to cause DNA damage.

Dasani, which is owned by Coca-Cola: "Coca-Cola’s bottling plant near the village"—near a village [Plachimada] -- in Kerala, India, began pumping groundwater in 2000. When wells dried up and villagers couldn't irrigate their fields, Coke offered a goodwill gesture: heavy-metal-laced sludge from the plant to use as fertilizer. After company ignored years of protests -- and two government orders to install wastewater treatment and provide drinking water to villagers -- the state ordered Coke plant to close in 2004. -- Coke won the right to reopen the next year. --

Then there’s Arrowhead, owned by Nestlé: "Nestlé is seeking a permit to pipe 65 million gallons a year from a spring in rural Colorado. When critics raised concerns about the effect of climate change on local water supplies, Nestlé said it was ‘illogical’ to base decisions on changes ‘many years in the future.’"

Then there’s Volvic, which is, "Last fall, Japan recalled 570,000 bottles of the French water after finding the toxic paint chemicals xylene and naphthalene in the bottles."

Deer Park, owned by Nestlé: "In the middle of a drought, convinced officials to let it pump water from Florida’s Madison Blue Spring State Park for 14 years for no fee except a $230 permit (more than offset by nearly $1.7 million in tax subsidies)."

Ice Mountain, owned by Nestlé: "Pays nothing (other than small lease and $85 yearly well fee) to pump from a Mecosta County, Michigan, spring. Citizens sued, saying the plant would damage nearby waterways, and prevailed. But Nestlé appealed and this past July won the right to continue pumping up to 200 gal./minute."



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