Should communities ban bottled water?

Should communities ban bottled water?
A one-horse town in Australia has banned the sale of bottled water because of its environmental and economic implications. Several public sector organisations have already done this around the globe. Is it right to target bottled water for its environmental sins?
Yes, if clean, safe tap water is readily available
No, bottled water is no worse than many other products
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