Reusable water bottles are convenient, eco-friendly, and, in the long run, a money saver.
According to the Clean Up Australia - Rubbish Report (2016), we continue to see that non-reusable plastic bottles are amongst the most found rubbish item “littered” in Australia. The number 1 overall group of rubbish collected is disposed drink containers, including soft drink, water, etc.
Another reason to consider using a reusable bottle is because of the amount of waste caused by non-reusables.
Let’s say a bottle of non-reusable water costs you $3.00 from your local supermarket or petrol station. The average water drinker would go through at least one bottle of water per day, for example. In just one month, this would roughly accumulate to $90.00 spent.
In just one year, you could save $1,080 by purchasing a 321 Water bottle. Not only is it reusable, but it will also give you filtered water on the go.
National Geographic recently reported that “ The bottled-water industry is so successful, it has outpaced milk, coffee, and juice in the number of gallons of drinks sold.” Further to this, the average price per liter of bottled water surpasses both petrol and milk.
This is perfect for the on-the-go. For example, if you go to the park, you can fill up the tap and filter on the spot, giving you fresh filtered water.