Decreasing demand for bottled water

The bottled water market reached $62 billion in 2007 on the back of strong and steady growth over the past decade, averaging between 6% and 8% annually. However, the backlash against bottled water, largely over environmental concerns regarding disposal of plastic bottles in addition to newfound aust...

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