Refillable Bottle To Reduce Landfill Waste
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Hydration in the home or office is about to go green with the launch of the Kor refillable hydration vessel, claims local distributor Culligan Water.

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Designed for both the home and office, the Kor refillable water bottle has features that include one-handed lid hatch system that allows easy opening and closing, a hinged cap that stays open while you drink and doesn’t leak even when laid flat, and an extra-wide mouth small enough for a sip but big enough to chug or for ice cubes.

“We want Australians to think “refill, reuse, recycle” by combining a refillable water bottle with their home or office water filter,” says Tim Gordon, general manager of Culligan Water. “For only cents per litre of impurity-free drinking water, everyone can reduce the use of water, oil, plastic and carbon emissions required to make bottled water by each person using just one bottle.

“Our aim is to reduce plastic bottle waste into landfills by 100 million bottles per year. We can achieve this if people move from buying single use disposable bottles to re-useable bottles like the Kor bottle.”

Designed into the cap is a place for a KOR Stone – a small, disc-shaped token with a message that only you can see when drinking. Also the bottle is made from Eastman Tritan, which is free of bisphenol-A (BPA), a leaching toxin found in polycarbonate bottles.

Bottle $39

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