FloWater on track to stop 1 billion plastic bottles from entering environment

April 23, 2021

A Denver-based company had some good news to commemorate Earth Day 2021.

FloWater, maker of new-tech water refill stations, announced that it’s on target to eliminate 1 billion single-use plastic water bottles from entering the environment by year’s end, 2022.

Since its launch in 2013, FloWater said it had already eliminated the need for more than 350 million single-use plastic water bottles through its refill stations at thousands of locations worldwide.

FloWater recently launched its purified alkaline water in aluminum bottles for consumers on-the-go, expanding its platform as a sustainable alternative to single-use plastic water bottles.

The company said that the vast majority--76% of Americans--do not trust their tap water, which has led to a dramatic increase in the consumption of bottled water. Its products are designed to dependency on plastic water bottlers, whose recycling rates are declining.


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