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Five Eco-Friendly Reusable, BPA-Free Water Bottles That Save Money, Reduce Plastics Waste

The average American household spends hundreds of dollars each year buying bottled water. If these families were to fill reusable bottles with their own filtered tap water, they could save an average of at least $500 per year and help reduce the nearly 200 million pounds of plastics waste in the country’s landfills annually.

To help consumers reduce waste every day, Base Brands today introduces WaterWeek, a set of five 16 oz. reusable, BPA-free water bottles for the work week in a specially-designed tray that fits neatly in a refrigerator. Available in a variety of colors and patterns, these leak-proof bottles are ideal for a variety of indoor/outdoor activities where consumers typically use bottled water like the office, car or gym.

Although many consumers say they prefer the convenience of bottled water on the go, many do not realize how harmful bottled water production and consumption can be because it contributes greenhouse gas emissions and pollution. However, as research continues to illustrate the adverse effects on our environment, more people are committed to reducing bottled water waste.

WaterWeek is one of several eco-friendly home products in the Reduce suite of inventions by Base Brands. From two- and three-bin recycling cans to biodegradable dinnerware made of 60% bamboo fiber, the Reduce series makes it easy for consumers to minimize household waste as they support environmental sustainability in their daily lives.


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