Published on June 20th, 2011 | by Ritecraft0
Re:newal’s Fully Compostable Water Bottle
In the US alone, more than 50 billion bottles of water are consumed each day. As most of these bottles are made of plastic, they end up in landfills and pollute the environment.
While the trend for the green consumer is to go in for reusable water bottles which can be refilled and last a long time, there are times when a person will need to have a bottle which can be thrown away. If you are traveling for example, on the road or walking around, you may not want to be lugging around a reusable bottle and want to have something you can throw away. At such times, Re:newal premium spring water is a compostable bottle is the answer.
You get fresh and clean spring water from a natural source, which then goes through ultra-violet to get disinfected. And the bottle it comes in looks like a plastic disposable bottle, but is made from plants. Sugars are taken from the easy to grow plants and transformed into Ingeo polymer which mimics plastic. The plants are natural and 100 percent renewable and the bottle composts in particular municipal and industrial facilities into carbon dioxide, water and humus.
As a consumer you get two benefits – you get to drink pure spring water, instead of tap water which has been sterilized. And you use a compostable and biodegradable bottle, so you are reducing your carbon footprint and being eco-friendly.