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Ofcom Branded Bottled Water

by | 14th, March 2008

ofcom-branded-bottled-water.jpgANYONE for Ofcom Branded Bottled Water.

It was the Environment Minister, Phil Woolas, who said that the amount of money that people spend on bottled water “borders on being morally unacceptable”.

Tim Lang, the Government’s naural resources commissioner, told us:

“We have to make people think that it’s unfashionable just as we have with smoking. We need a similar campaign to convince people that this is wrong.”

You can read more at the Consumer Council for Water.

Ofcom is the independent regulator and competition authority for the UK communications industries.

The Chief Executive is Ed Richards, who was “Senior Policy Advisor to the Prime Minister for Media, telecoms, internet and e-govt. Before that he was Controller of Corporate Strategy at the BBC. He also worked in consulting at London Economics Ltd, as an advisor to Gordon Brown MP.”

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