Australian township bottled water ban mineral water bottle manufacturers should pay attention

The picturesque Australian town of Bundanoon is located in the southern highlands of New South Wales. Recently, the town held a poll on the prohibition of bottled water. Most people expressed their support. The poll passed an act prohibiting the purchase and sale of bottled water.

According to this decree, in the future, residents of the town can only purchase empty plastic bottles that can be used repeatedly, and then continue drinking for free at the water stations distributed throughout the town. The decree will take effect before the end of this year.

Huw Kingston is a local businessman and one of the organizers of the event. He said that nearly 400 people attended the voting held at the Ben Thannon Memorial Hall, of which only 2 were negative votes.

“So far, this is the biggest grand public gathering in Ben Thanon. This event has received great support from people. Now we can continue with the established plan to make Bindarnon the first bottled water in Australia. Town," he said.

"We have gained the support of the masses and the recognition of commercial power so that our actions can be furthered." Kingston said.

Since then, bottled water will be forbidden to be stored and sold within the town’s shops. We will install a filtered water drinking device on the main street of Bendangon, so that people can bring their own bottle of free water. For tourists coming to the town, people do not encourage them to drink bottled water though they do not encourage it.

The local residents took such action because a local drinking water company named Norlex Holdings had planned to exploit the underground reservoir of the town, then shipped the water to Sydney, bottled and then shipped back.

Mr. Dee worked for an organization called Do Something. He hoped that through the bottled water ban in Ben Thanong town, people around the world could balance the purchase of bottled water and consider environmental protection factors. This organization had participated in the prohibition of the use of plastic bags on the waterfront of the Gulf of Malta in Tasmania.

“This initiative will be extended to all corners of the country. Our main purpose is to make people aware of the harm caused by the use of bottled water. In this operation we have invested nearly 500 million U.S. dollars. This is just a small town in Australia. Input."

Although the ban on bottled water will hurt the interests of local retailers, they have now agreed to stop storing and selling bottled water.

Participants in this event believe that the plastic used to make bottles of bottled water and the fuel used to transport these bottles are unnecessary. In 2006, a study in New South Wales showed that 60,000 tons of greenhouse gases on balloons were emitted by the bottled water industry and they should be responsible for this.

After the town of Ben Thanon officially announced that it had stopped storing and selling bottled water since then, the NSW government immediately responded by requiring all government departments and agencies in the state to use filtered water instead of bottled water. Discarded plastic bottles have a very bad influence on the environment.

Nathan Rees, the state government official, said that government agencies should set an example. “We are in action and require all government departments to set an example. Except for special circumstances such as cold water in hot areas, bottled water is strictly prohibited.”

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