Circularity rate of Air Up’s new water bottle

Air Up’s desire to reduce plastic waste has led to the launch of a new water bottle made of Tritan Renew, a material in post-consumer recycled plastic from single-use waste with a circularity rate of 50%. The recycled content is certified by ISCC using mass balance allocation. The new bottles are produced in factories that use 100% renewable energy.
What makes Air Up unique is the production of refillable bottles in which natural water is flavoured by retronasal smell, replacing flavoured drinks, which are mainly available in disposable plastic bottles. The pods that give the water its flavour are made from recyclable materials. The pod sachets, on the other hand, are not currently recyclable, but Air Up plans to use a recyclable mono-material with the prospect of increasingly improving the environmental performance of the final product.

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