IT'S TIME TO TURN OFF THE PLASTIC TAP

The more plastic we make, the more ends up in our forests, oceans or even our stomachs. In 2018 only 9% of plastic was recycled and that fell to 7% in 2019. When you consider every ton of plastic produced creates 5 tons of CO2, we don’t think that’s good enough.

Recycling plastic clearly isn’t working. We believe switching to aluminium is the fastest solution to plastic pollution. It’s why we put water in a can.

WHY CANS ARE BETTER?

The most recycled and recyclable packaging on the planet.

Recyclable forever and ever and ever and ever.

Could be back in your hands in as little as 60 days.

19th Century chic - 75% of the aluminium we use today was made back in the 1800's.

Made from more than 50% recycled content and 100% better looking than a bottle.

Paying it forward - every drinks can recycled reduces the carbon footprint of the next.

ONE CAN, ENDLESS POSSIBILITIES

Recycled cans use 95% less energy to produce than new cans. Think of all the brilliant things you could do with all that power…

Powers your four-hour Netflix binge.

Lets you swipe right, right, left, right, left, right for 24 hours.

Gives you a power hour with your hairdryer. Curly blow dries all round.

Gives you lightbulb moments all day long.

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KILOGRAMS OF PLASTIC HAVE POLLUTED OUR OCEANS

DITCH THE BOTTLE, CHOOSE CANO WATER

Plastic bottles turn up wherever they aren’t wanted. They’re there, refusing to budge on your beach stroll or floating past your surfboard. Hardly surprising when there are a million of them sold every. single. minute.
But there is a way to make a difference – we call it the ditch and switch.
Swipe the images below to see the difference you can make.

It’s estimated seafood lovers eat 11,000 pieces of toxic plastic every year.

Between 8 to 14 million tonnes of plastic enters our ocean every year.

Recent estimates suggest there are 150 plastic bottles every mile of the UK coastline.

REFRESH, RESEAL, RECYCLE

Just like the plastic part on your deodorant, our resealable lid is separated from the can during the recycling process. It’ll be recycled or incinerated within a controlled environment. The best bit? The waste energy powers the recycling process.

TRANSPORTATION

We’re always working on ways to reduce the miles of our cans. Right now, the Alps is the best place we can source our water for the taste and quality we’re after. But one of the reasons we put water in a can in the first place was because they’re lighter and save 40% space compared to glass. Which means less trucks on the road over all.

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