What is billed as “the UK’s first spring water in a BPA-free can” is available from Life Water from the beginning of May. The can is made from 70% recycled aluminum and contains water from British natural springs. Every can sold also helps fund clean water projects for communities in need through its charity partner drop4drop.org.
The Life Water cans launch initially in partnership with the Natural History Museum and are also 100% recyclable. They allow the Museum to meet its commitment to stop selling single-use plastic water bottles, which it announced late last year at its Annual Science Lecture.
Ian Owen, director of science at the Natural History Museum said: “Our marine biologists know only too well the destruction plastics can cause and the critical need to halt the tide of plastic entering our oceans and endangering fragile marine ecosystems. As a world-leading research institution and visitor attraction, we need to lead by example, and this marks an important milestone in our efforts to build a more sustainable future.
“We are delighted to be pioneering the first zero-plastic water cans from Life Water, which is just one of the actions we are taking at the Museum to be more sustainable. We want to encourage visitors to join the refill revolution by bringing their own reusable bottles to top up at our water fountains, and recycle more on site. All small steps in our ongoing commitment to reduce plastic waste and empower everyone we interact with to make better decisions to sustain and improve life on Earth.”
To enquire about stocking Life Water, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.life-water.co.uk.