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Is water a right or a commodity? Can it be both? In this book, Elizabeth Royte filters through the complicated politics of tap and bottled water, investigating what goes into the... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Katerina Parsons
Royte covers all the bases here, goes hundreds of years into the past to explain who bottled water became mainstream and why tap water isn't necessarily perfect either. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Alexander Joseph Knapp
Well researched well written book that all drinkers of bottled water should read. However I do think it was overly long for such a "dry" subjectPublished 13 months ago by Rollingblock
A bit long-winded and hard to follow. The author has a lot of information to disseminate and she does try to make it interesting but she is definitely NOT Michael Pollan!Published 14 months ago by AnneMarie Keenan
Royte does an excellent job diplomatically telling you the story of our water supply. What's truly scary is this book is already six years old now-- who knows what state we're in... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Andrea J Martin
that is so good,i love it, you need to worth it.yes,it is useful. good things, so far so good.okay! that's enough.Published 21 months ago by Xiao Ma
Wow!! Had no idea until I read this, of how we are controlled by bottled water industry. Great background story of the towns from which the water is taken.Published on October 9, 2013 by Mark Smith
I am still reading the book. This is a must have book. One of the books that makes you think. I recommend this bookPublished on June 5, 2013 by gardentricks123