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Our Planet

This wonderful vessel holds 1.386 billion km3 (approx 554 trillion Olympic Swimming Pools) of water and ultimately we all share it. Almost every molecule of water we consume are the same molecules of water that were once consumed by the dinosaurs.

Our actions have significantly altered this big blue planet and we are all responsible for dealing with the reactions and counter actions of these changes.

We are a business that let our actions speak for themselves when it comes to our corporate responsibility.

Our mission is to support the global shift to reusable drinking containers.

Our business model is focused on buy it for life products to reduce the waste and replacement cycle. We continue to seek ways of reducing our own impact on the planet.

Stainless Steel

Polypropylene

Borosilicate Glass

Borosilicate Glass

Stainless Steel

Polypropylene

Global Recycle Rates

Typical CO2e footprint for manufacture

kgCO2e/kg
manufactured
material

References

  1. Comprehensive Multilevel Cycle of Stainless Steel in 2015 by Barbara Reck, Senior Research Scientist at Yale University
  2. https://www.azocleantech.com/article.aspx?ArticleID=240
  3. Glass Recycling - Current Market Trends by Dr.-Ing. Joachim Harder, OneStone Consulting S.L., Barcelona/Spain in ‘recovery’ magazine, May 2018
  4. https://www.imoa.info/download_files/stainless-steel/issf/educational/Module_11_Sustainability_en.pdf?m=1592476644&
    1. B. Rossi. Stainless steel in structures: Fourth International Structural Stainless Steel Experts Seminar. Ascot, UK. 6-7 December 2012.
    2. T.E. Norgate, S. Jahanshahi, W.J. Rankin. Assessing the environmental impact of metal production processes. Journal of Cleaner Production 15 (2007), 838-848.
  5. https://askwonder.com/research/carbon-footprint-cardboard-boxes-single-double-wall-plastic-storage-boxes-nf5da5477#
  6. https://www.recyclingtoday.com/article/recycled-pp-hdpe-lower-carbon-footprint-pet/
  7. https://feve.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/FEVE-brochure-Recycling-Why-glass-always-has-a-happy-CO2-ending-.pdf

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