Yes. There are some new bottled water companies that are putting out bottles made more environmentally favorably. Aquamantra, announced it is launching a biodegradable compostable bottle. Keeper Springs water is packaged in an eco-friendly PET bottle, and BIOTA spring water from Colorado, is in a compostable plastic bottle derived from the renewable resource cornstarch (PLA or bioplastic polyactide). The most eco friendly options is still tap water in a SIGG bottle, Klean Kanteen stainless mug, Nalgene or some other BPA free container.
Yep. Perhaps the most popular brand (for eco-friendly reasons) is Sigg. They make their bottles from recycled aluminum, which are lightweight and durable. Other companies are Nalgene, which as a result of the ongoing hubbub surrounding BPAs, has launched a line of eco-friendly, BPA-free bottles; Camelbak; Klean Kanteen; and Platypus.
Honestly the greenest bottle you can get is one that is made of material that can be used over and over again. Put it in the wash once or twice a week, and just keep reusing it. No matter how recyclable or biodegradable a water bottle gets, REUSING will always be better.
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