RightWater Introduces Spring Water In Recyclable Aluminum Cans

Posted On: 8/26/2019

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RENEWABLE: RightWater packages California spring water in classic 12-fl.oz. aluminum cans that can be recycled into new cans rather than becoming solid waste.

LOS ANGELES -- RightWater has launched its U.S.-based spring water line. The water comes from a protected natural spring in California, chosen for its mineral content, zero nitrates and pH balance said to be optimum for water consumption. It's packaged in 12-fl.-oz. aluminum cans.

According to RightWater, recent studies have shown that more than nine million cans are recycled every hour. Worldwide, aluminum recycling prevents close to 170 million tons of greenhouse gases from entering the environment every year. RightWater observed that this packaging solution is supported by Greenpeace.

The company also aids in alleviating the world water crisis by partnering with Drop4Drop, a charity that provides sustainable water solutions to some of the most water-stressed communities across the world. Every RightWater can sold funds clean drinking water projects, which have reached 1.4 million people to date.

"RightWater canned spring water was created as the zero plastic solution to the growing problem of plastic single-serve bottles polluting the environment," said Rightwater founder Simon Konecki. "After extensive research and consultations with Greenpeace, it became clear that cans are far more sustainable than plastic bottles. With their support, we knew we wanted to make infinitely recyclable aluminum cans, BPA-free, that left no carbon footprint and could be reused to produce more cans. We're proud to be leading this plastic-free movement."

Established with the "forward-thinking and socially responsible" individual in mind, RightWater explained that it has designed a "sleek and beautifully crafted aluminum can for progressive consumers looking for environmentally friendly options in their day-to-day purchases." Every can is sealed against light and air for lasting freshness.

RightWater will be sold nationwide in 12-fl.oz. cans, 20-can cases, and pallets of 2,400 cans.