How will I stay hydrated if I cannot buy bottles of water?

There are numerous locations around the island where you can refill your water bottle, with additional filling stations planned: Additionally, only water in a single-use plastic or non-recyclable container of a liter or less is banned in this bylaw. Local businesses have already found alternative containers for drinking water made from other materials. Using a reusable water is preferable in order to minimize waste from single-use items, as well as reduce carbon emissions associated with production and transportation of single-use items.

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1. Will I be fined if I am carrying a single-use plastic water bottle around?
2. What is “drinking water”? Will I still be able to buy sparkling water?
3. How will I stay hydrated if I cannot buy bottles of water?
4. Will vending machines be allowed to sell bottled water?
5. Can I bring these banned items from off-island or order them online?
6. How will this bylaw be enforced?
7. How does this relate to waste stream separation?
8. How does this bylaw relate to the existing Biodegradable Packaging Bylaw?
9. Can my business use these items if they are made from compostable plastics, bamboo, or a natural fiber?