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RightWater

by Holly Riddle

Aug 21, 2019

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Food/Drink

RightWater is the newest way to hydrate and a leading canned spring water product in the reduced plastic movement. RightWater gives socially conscious consumers a plastic-free option by ethically packaging its natural spring-sourced water in 100 percent recyclable aluminum and BPA-free cans. With stylish packaging, RightWater is the only method of single-serve water supported by Greenpeace, and not only doesn’t use any single-use plastic in the packaging, but also in the entire production process, down to the way RightWater is shipped.

 

The 100 percent recyclable aluminum means every can that’s recycled can be turned into a new one (and in less than 60 days). Three quarters of all aluminum ever produced is still in use today, according to RightWater, and it is the third most abundant mineral on Earth and the most abundant metal.

 

The responsibly sourced spring water is sourced from one of three protected springs in California and never shipped from overseas to minimize environmental impact. The three protected springs are spaced far enough apart that RightWater does not have to deplete the resources the surrounding area needs in order to fulfill its manufacturing goals.

 

Beyond RightWater’s sustainability mission, it also has a charitable side. Every can of RightWater you buy supports clean drinking water projects via DROP4DROP, which builds wells and other infrastructure needed for clean drinking water in developing countries.

 

You can purchase a pack of 20 RightWater cans, with free U.S. shipping, for $30. Every case of 20 RightWater cans you purchase comes with two free reusable straws. If you refer a friend to RightWater, they’ll get 25 percent off their first case and you’ll get 25 percent off your next case.

 

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