FloWater on target to eliminate one billion plastic bottles
FloWater, maker of new-tech water refill stations, announced that it’s on target to eliminate one billion single-use plastic water bottles from entering the environment by the end of 2022.
Since its launch in 2013, FloWater has already eliminated the need for over 350 million single-use plastic water bottles through its new-tech Refill Stations at thousands of locations nationwide and overseas.
FloWater CEO and Co-Founder, Rich Razgaitis sees consumers driving the change away from plastic waste.
“The entire consumer marketplace is rapidly moving towards responsibility without compromise,” says Razgaitis.
“Just as the car industry is shifting from antiquated fossil fuels to EV and the centralized power grid is moving to decentralized solar grids, an identical shift is underway with drinking water.”
FloWater recently launched its purified alkaline water in aluminium bottles for consumers on-the-go, expanding its platform as a sustainable alternative to single-use plastic water bottles.
An end-to-end solution for consumers, FloWater now provides clean, great-tasting and trusted water with three proprietary products: Refill Stations where consumers work, rest and play, FloWater Faucet Filters for their homes and FloWater in infinitely recyclable aluminum bottles for consumers on-the-go.
76% of Americans do not trust their tap water, which has led to a dramatic increase in the consumption of bottled water.
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