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Open Water is the bottled water for clean oceans. We use aluminum bottles and cans to package our water—they’re recycled more than 2x as often as plastic, glass, and cartons. We also donate a portion of every sale to help clean up the damage that’s already been wreaked by plastics. Oh! And we're the only certified Climate Neutral water brand in the country (and were the 1st in the world!)
There are lots of great refillable bottles out there, and we’re totally, 100% in support of using them! Open Water is there for those times when you find yourself without your reusable bottle. It’s during these times that you have an opportunity to reduce your impact by opting for a container that is far less harmful to the environment.
Every time an Open Water product is sold, we set aside a portion of funding to go towards ocean cleanup projects. Through 1% for the Planet, we've worked on the ground with the Oceanic Global to clean up our shores.
The answer to that is a resounding “absolutely not!”. Plastic is never really recycled. It’s actually downcycled, which means it loses quality and volume with each cycle, so your bottle will never become another bottle (it would if it were aluminum). Read more about why aluminum is the most eco-friendly packaging here.
Yes! Our bottles are safe to refill. We recommend cleaning Open Water bottles with soap and warm water. They should not be run through the dishwasher. Once you're finished with the packaging, please make sure it ends up in a recycling bin.
The water itself is sourced from an underground aquifer and then purified through a reverse osmosis system to make it as pure and delicious as possible. Are you going to find it absolutely thirst-quenching? You betcha.
We'll defer to the experts over at the Alzheimer's Association on this one: "Studies have failed to confirm any role for aluminum in causing Alzheimer’s. Experts today focus on other areas of research.
The best way to bring Open Water to your customers is to fill out this form this form. We’ll help you get set up with a distributor, or if there are none in your neighborhood, we’ll work with you directly. Looking forward to hearing from you!
Unlike many other expensive bottled waters (we won’t say which ones, but we’re sure you can figure it out), our higher-than-average price is not a marketing gimmick. It really all comes down to the aluminum. Because aluminum has a high raw value, our bottles are much more expensive to produce than plastic ones. This same value is what translates into such amazing recycling rates!