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Bottled Water Profits Funding Clean-Water Projects

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Bottled Water Profits Funding Clean-Water Projects

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Bottled Water Profits Funding Clean-Water Projects

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NPR's Karen Grigsby Bates talks to two Los Angeles entrepreneurs who donate profits from their bottled water sales to support clean water projects in the developing world. Ethos H2O charges almost twice as much for its bottled water as the competition — but people buy it because Ethos profits have brought clean drinking water to villages in India and Ethiopia.

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