Hawaiian Springs announced that its signature teal bottles will now be made with 30 percent post-consumer recycled plastic or recycled PET (rPET). The change reduces Hawaiian Springs’ use of virgin plastic and requires approximately 15 percent less energy to produce, the company says. The bottles’ design with Hawaiian flowers will remain largely unchanged, with the exception of additional “30 per-cent rPET” and “BPA Free” icons to highlight the changes. Other label changes call attention to the water’s alkaline qualities and artesian water source located in Kea‘au, Hawaii.
Hawaiian Springs chooses eco-friendly bottles
December 16, 2013