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Student Shows Bottle with Water Business

by Ashley Warner April 12, 2010

12 April 2010

A University of Manchester Student has started a new business based on converting bottled water drinkers to tap water. Edwin Broni-Mensah, who is doing a PhD in Mathematics, devised a branded GiveMeTap bottled and persuaded 26 cafes and restaurants to offer users free refills.




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