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633,754 LBS OF PLASTIC ELIMINATED TO DATE

LET'S TALK TRASH

1 Million Plastic Bottles Are Used
Every Single Minute

Bottled water is healthy and convenient, but single-use plastic bottles are wreaking havoc on our environment, and especially our oceans.

91% of plastic never gets recycled

Of plastic never makes it to a recycling bin. Most bottles end up in landfills and oceans.

Plastic gets downcycled, not recycled

Plastic doesn't get recycled, it gets downcycled into lower quality materials.

There will be more plastic than fish in the ocean

By 2050, there will be more plastic than fish in the ocean by weight.

Plastic in the ocean kills marine life

Over 267 marine species have been impacted by ocean plastic pollution. This includes whales, turtles, and most seabirds.

Plastic breaks down into smaller and smaller pieces called microplastics

Plastic never goes away. It breaks down into smaller and smaller pieces that get ingested by marine animals. Yuck!

Plastic has been found in the foods we eat

Plastic pieces make their way up the food chain and onto your plate. Plastic soup, anyone?

The Top 6 Items Found in Beach Clean-Ups Are Plastic
Plastic bottles are beach trash

Plastic drink bottles

Plastic caps are beach trash

Plastic
caps

Cigarette filters are beach trash

Cigarette filters

Food wrappers are beach trash

Food wrappers

Plastic straws are beach trash

Straws & stirrers

Plastic utensils are beach trash

Plastic utensils

Okay. So Plastic Sucks...
But Why is Open Water the Best Alternative?

ALUMINUM IS BEST

Aluminum packaging is recycled 50% of the time, which is 2x higher than plastic (PET), glass, or cartons
Open Water uses the most recycled packaging in the world.

Empty aluminum beverage containers are recycled more than twice as often as their plastic, glass, and carton counterparts.

By the way, aluminum's industry-wide recycling rate is nearly 70% (that covers beverage packaging plus other industries like cars and building materials).

Open Water uses 73% post-consumer material, more than plastic, glass, or cartons
Open Water is made of recycled material.

Open Water uses an average of 73% post-consumer aluminum in every bottle and can. Other packaging materials (including some aluminum options) don't fare so well on this front.

Open Water is infinitely recyclable
Open Water is infinitely recyclable.

Aluminum recycling is a true closed loop. That means that the material from one bottle can go right back into making another identical bottle, which doesn't happen with plastic and cartons.

Open Water is certified carbon Neutral
Open Water is carbon neutral.

Open Water is the 1st and only certified Climate Neutral bottled water brand. We offset all of the emissions created not only by our packaging, but by our company operations as a whole.

What About Cartons?

Ah, the age old question... What. About. Cartons? We've done our homework (bibliography and all)!

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Zero emissionsWe're Climate Neutral certified.

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