Pathwater launches reusable packaging solution

4 February 2019 (Last Updated February 4th, 2019 10:05)

Pathwater has launched a reusable packaging solution to address the issues faced by the single-use plastic water bottle industry.

Pathwater has launched a reusable packaging solution to address the issues faced by the single-use plastic water bottle industry.

The packaging involves a concept where bottled water is sold in a BPA-Free aluminium bottle, which can be reused and recycled for an indefinite time.

Available at Safeway, Gelson’s, Lassens, 7-11 and other convenient stores across the US, the new Pathwater reusable bottled water is offered in 600ml, 700ml and 740ml bottles.

The bottled water is also available online at the Amazon and Pathwater store.

Pathwater co-founder and CEO Shadi Bakour said: “We created Pathwater to provide options for people to reduce and reuse against plastic waste.

“We want to be the true alternative to plastic water bottles. With Pathwater, you will receive a well-designed, sturdy reusable bottle that you can refill infinitely.

“With Pathwater, you will receive a well-designed, sturdy reusable bottle that you can refill infinitely.”

“We are confident that our new way of drinking water in a sustainable and convenient bottle will resonate with shoppers.”

According to Pathwater, the new reusable packaging solution is a convenient, affordable and healthy solution.

The environmentally friendly solution is expected to eliminate the pollution caused by single-use plastic. It also aims to prevent plastic pollution from entering the airways, landfills, oceans, and bodies.

When taken out the refrigerator, the Pathwater bottle offers a cold drinking experience compared to plastic water bottles.