Grand Canyon National Park Plans to Ban the Sale of Plastic Bottles in 2012

December 20, 2011 by  
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Keeping our national parks beautiful should be a nation-wide effort, and the Grand Canyon National Park is hoping to take a step in the new year that would make that easier for everyone by  banning the sale of plastic bottles within the park’s borders. The park has had a plastic bottle ban on its radar for a while now and is currently looking into the feasibility of placing public water refilling stations around the park to make sure visitors keep well hydrated. If the ban is approved and implemented the park would be following in the footsteps of Zion National Park in Utah and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park – two parks that have already put plastic bottle bans in place. Read the rest of Grand Canyon National Park Plans to Ban the Sale of Plastic Bottles in 2012 Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: banning plastic bottles , grand canyon , grand canyon national park , grand canyon water fountain , national park bottle ban , National Park Service , plastic bottle , plastic bottle ban , Plastic bottles

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Grand Canyon National Park Plans to Ban the Sale of Plastic Bottles in 2012

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