A new kind of bottle

We all know plastic is fantastic…but it can also be harmful to the environment. Not every type of plastic is recyclable in all areas, so unfortunately a lot of it ends up in landfills. Glass, on the other hand, is a class-act. First of all, it’s completely natural, made of silica (or sand). Unlike plastic, the process of making glass is quite simple. And unlike plastic, glass doesn’t leach, stain or retain colors or flavors. That’s why you should get ride of all your plastic bottles and buy the brand-new Bamboo Bottle.

Now, you’re probably thinking: “Wait a minute, weren’t we just talking about glass a minute ago? What does bamboo have to do with anything?” Well, the Bamboo Bottle is one part glass, one part bamboo, and one tiny part plastic: all the components to make a sustainable, clean, fresh and stylish drinking vessel.

The inner glass bottle helps to keep your drinks hot or cold and tasting pure and fresh. The outer bamboo shell acts as an extra insulator and armor…and let’s face it: it looks pretty cool, too! Of all the reusable bottles I’ve seen out there, the Bamboo Bottle is definitely quite unique in both its form and function.

Not only are the components of the Bamboo Bottle reusable, recyclable and in the case of bamboo, inexhaustible, the company partners with wonderful organizations to carry its green mission through out the manufacturing, shipping and fulfillment process: 1% For the Planet, Native Energy and Green Merchant Alliance.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I have not received any compensation for writing this post. I have no material connection to the brands, products, or services that I have mentioned. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”


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