REDUCE PLASTIC IN OUR OCEANS
Nature Unite Bottle
The Nature Unite bottle is a symbol or ocean unity and a reminder of how beautiful our oceans are and the importance of keeping them blue.
Made for our oceans, the bottle is made with Oceanbound recycled plastic from Central America that has been diverted from entering our oceans, with a carefully considered carbon-neutral supply chain and sustainable packaging.
Designed for you, with a Scandinavian minimalist design and the best features to allow for easy carry, drinking, cleaning, and overall use for any situation where you want to drink water.
• BPA Free • CO2 Neutral • Made in the UK • Dishwasher Safe • 100% Recyclable • Sustainable packaging • 600ml
It's more than just a bottle
The Nature Unite bottle is made with Oceanbound recycled plastic and represents a real solution to plastic pollution whereby it ensures that we consume less single-use plastic which in turn reduces plastic waste, whilst also driving demand for increased infrastructure and support the livelihood of the most vulnerable people in the world. Now that is a SOLUTION!
It removes the need to buy single-use plastic water bottles. This has never been more important considering that 1 million single-use plastic bottles are bought around the world every minute, most becoming waste after just 1 use.
It uses Oceanbound recycled plastic from particularly exposed countries that contributes to clean-up efforts of plastic waste that is at the verge of ending up in our oceans.
It reduces the amount of plastic waste that enters our oceans. This is particularly important considering that 1 garbage truck of plastic waste enters our oceans every minute.
Less plastic in our oceans means less entanglements, less indigestion and less pollution, leading to a healthier life for all ocean living and dependant animals and wildlife.
It drives demand and economic feasibility for recycled plastic which will drive improved and increased infrastructure worldwide, leading to economic growth and prosperity in countries that need it the most.
It supports the most vulnerable people in the world with jobs and security through increased waste management work so that they can stay healthy, support their families, and improve their overall quality of life.