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Why would a 1 L bottle of water cost $1.50 whereas 1 L of gasoline currently costs about 90 cents? Discuss our current consumption of bottled water with specific emphasis on its relatively cleanliness compared to tap water, where the water comes from, how it is regulated, and the fate of waste generated.

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