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IBWA response to Consumer Reports article on PFAS

IBWA response to Consumer Reports article on PFAS

International Bottled Water Association | NEWS RELEASE |September 23, 2020 IBWA response to Consumer Reports article on PFAS Alexandria, VA – The claim by Consumer Reports that bottled water products with PFAS levels of greater than 1 part per trillion (ppt) pose...

Consumer Choice and Availability

Consumer Choice and Availability Consumer Choice and Availability People need to drink more water. The consumption of water, whether from the bottle, tap, or filter is a good thing. In recent years, anti-bottled water activists have tried to influence decision makers...

BOTTLED WATER & PFAS

BOTTLED WATER & PFAS BOTTLED WATER & PFAS Currently, there are no U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Standards of Quality (SOQs) or testing requirements for per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in bottled water. However, while not mandated by law,...

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Small Environmental Footprint Bottled water, there when you need it Smart choice for healthy hydration Strictly regulated, safe, and reliable Consumer choice and availability Small Environmental Footprint Bottled water, there when you need it. Smart choice for healthy...

Correction Letters

Correction Letters Correction Letters   Letters to the Editor / Author | Statements & Testimony Here you will find information that helps to convey IBWA’s opinions and positions on a variety of issues. Below, is a collection of selected letters to the...

The Healthy Choice

The Healthy Choice The Healthy Choice When it comes to choosing a healthy beverage to quench your thirst, few beverages can compare with convenient, safe, zero-calorie bottled water. It’s the healthy and smart packaged beverage choice. When looking to make healthy...
Environmental Footprint

Environmental Footprint

Environmental Footprint Environmental Footprint When it comes to bottled water’s environmental footprint, we have a strong and positive story to tell. A 2021 life cycle assessment (LCA) conducted by the product sustainability consulting firm Trayak compares the impact...

Recycling

Recycling Recycling All bottled water containers are made to be recycled. The packaging used to bottle water – whether plastic or glass – is 100 percent recyclable. Empty bottled water containers (including the caps) should always be placed in a recycle...

About IBWA

About IBWA About IBWA The International Bottled Water Association (IBWA) is the trade association that represents the No.1 packaged beverage in the United States: bottled water. Founded in 1958, IBWA’s membership consists of U.S. and international bottlers and...

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