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.
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.
Just like the plastic part on your deodorant, our resealable lid is seperated 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.
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.