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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Americans went through more than 50 billion disposable plastic water bottles in one recent year, according to a Fast Company Magazine report, with fewer than one in four being recycled. Reusable plastic and metal bottles come with their own drawbacks, though, often leaving an aftertaste and subjecting their owners to dangers like BPA, phthalates, or lead.
A new glass water bottle with sleeve from GoGlass solves the problem for good, addressing all the issues at once. Made from rugged, shatter-resistant, heat- and cold-tolerant borosilicate glass and equipped with a protective silicone sleeve, the GoGlass Terra is the best water bottle on the market.
Producing no aftertaste at all and free of BPA, BPS, PVC, phthalates, polycarbonate and lead, the Terra is a no-compromise way to eliminate the waste inherent in disposable bottles. With only a durable stainless steel cap, pure borosilicate glass, and a silicone seal ever touching water or other beverages, Terra owners can always drink with confidence. The innovative, one-of-a-kind glass water bottle is available now at the GoGlass e-commerce store and on Amazon.com, with a brand-new Vimeo video detailing its many advantages.
“Like so many others, we were never satisfied with either disposable water bottles or the various reusable plastic or metal alternatives,” said GoGlass representative Shawn Gibson. “We knew there had to be a better answer, and the GoGlass Terra bottle is the result of a great deal of research and hard work. We resolved right from the beginning to solve all the problems that people have with drinking bottles, and we’re proud to report that we truly achieved that goal. With our GoGlass Terra borosilicate glass bottle now available to all, we think many future owners are going to be delighted.”
More than half of all Americans, according to research conducted by the nonprofit Pacific Institute, now drink bottled water regularly. With people worldwide spending an estimated $100 billion annually on bottled water in various forms, it takes more than 17 million barrels of oil just to produce the disposable containers that Americans buy and throw away each …