A bottle you'll want to be seen with! With this stainless steel and BPL-free bottle you'll no longer contribute to the growing consumption of plastic bottles. Good for your health and good for the environment.
Retulp bottles are made from leftover stainless steel, meaning no new raw materials have been used for their production. The cap of this hip Urban has a rubber ring that ensures it is leak-proof.
Thirsty for more impact? For every tumbler purchased, Retulp ensures that 1000 times the drinking water content is donated to developing countries, in partnership with Made Blue. Seehere for more information about Retulp's Mission Indisposable.
Mission Indisposable 2020 The plastic problem is growing every year, and yet plastic production is only increasing. This has an enormous impact on nature and the environment. That is why Retulp wants to close the plastic tap and open the drinking water tap again. Their goal for 2020: prevent 20 million single-use plastic bottles and donate 20 million liters of drinking water to people in need.
How does Retulp approach this? Retulp offers reusable bottles as an alternative to single use plastic. By regularly using a reusable bottle or mug, you can save dozens of disposables every year. By 2020, they want to avoid 20 million disposables, because prevention is more impactful than recycling.
Retulp donates 1000 times the content of your bottle or mug of drinking water to developing countries. Their target is to donate 20 million liters of water by 2020.
Why Mission Indisposable 2020? Retulp aims to prevent the use of unnecessary plastic. This is urgently needed! Did you know that the equivalent of one garbage truck full of plastic ends up in the world's oceans every minute? Plastic waste reaches the ocean through streets, ditches, rivers and the sea. Prevention– more than recycling– is the best way to keep plastic waste out of the environment. Currently, about 50% of plastic is thrown away immediately after use and only a small part of this waste is recycled. The rest can end up in our food chain. Fortunately, there are super practical alternatives to disposable plastics, such as reusable water bottles. Even so, approximately 500,000 water bottles are thrown away every day in the Netherlands. With Mission Indisposable 2020, Retulp wants to make this a thing of the past.