France: Paris Offers Water With Bubbles, but No Bottles

New York Times: In the latest in a series of unusual efforts to make Paris green, the city is now offering residents free sparkling water to try to wean Parisians not from red wine, but from overconsumption of plastic bottles. Inaugurated on Tuesday by Eau de Paris, the public water company, "la p├ętillante" – "the bubbly" – is a water fountain installed in a wooden hut of the Jardin de Reuilly, in eastern Paris, that delivers sparkling water. "We chill the water between 6 and 8 degrees ......

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