Water in cardboard packaging contributes to reducing the carbon footprint
Bottled water is one of the fastest growing products globally, so water in cardboard carton means a decrease in plastic circulation by 75% and a reduction in the carbon footprint of between 50% and 63% in the life cycle of each container.
Water in cardboard containers, a sustainable product
On the one hand, our packaging is made up of 70% cardboard with FSC certification, which certifies that the paper comes from responsibly managed forests, in accordance with the principles and criteria of the Forest Stewardship Council, which define the minimum levels of good management. for forests around the world.
Our 330 ml stopper, Dreamcap Plantebased, is manufactured from an innovative process where the raw material that we use to make it is sugar cane.
We are 100% recyclable.
Disposable in the yellow container: From Only Water we are working on the implementation of eco-pallets, created from the recycling of waste from our packaging once thrown into the yellow container and, in this way, become the first company to close the circle of life of our product.
Efficient operation. The packages, before taking their commercial form, are cardboard coils, which means that more can be transported in the same trip. Also, to form a cardboard container requires much less energy than “blowing” or forming other types of containers, which is why we are seven times more efficient.
We do not use PET. The thin plastic layer that our containers contain is composed of Low Density Polyethylene (PE), which protects the product from external humidity. We are currently working to replace this material with one from natural sources, and in this way the entire container can be discarded in the blue containers, and we are achieving it.