Bottled water's ongoing travails make for PoE/PoU opportunity

Bottled water companies are still reeling from their fall from grace. Once they were heralded as the protectors of health, but in the past few years they have been recast as villains that clog landfills and fill waterways with plastic waste that remains an environmental blight for eternity. Companie...

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