Nestlé Aquarel launches 100% recycled plastic water bottle

Commitment to sustainability

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Nestlé Aquarel recycled plastic water bottle. Photo - Nestlé

Nestlé Waters has just launched its first 100% recycled plastic water bottle to strengthen its commitment to sustainability in Spain. Nestlé Aquarel’s new 1-liter water bottle has three attractive designs that made Mr. Wonderful that include messages encouraging people to recycle.

“The launch of this new product responds to Nestlé Waters’ commitment that all mineral water bottles, which are already 100% recyclable, will contain an increasing percentage of recycled plastic”, said Philippe de Maillardoz, director of Nestlé Waters Spain. This is the first bottle made of 100% recycled PET plastic that we launched in the Spanish market. In the coming months, we will continue to expand the use of recycled plastic in other key formats in our portfolio,” he added.

Committed to sustainability

This new format forms part of Nestlé’s global drive to increase the use of alternative packaging materials, as well as specific commitments made by Nestlé Waters regarding environmental sustainability and plastic packaging.

According to the press note, Nestlé Waters Spain has reduced the amount of plastic used in water bottles by an average of 20% since 2010. In addition, it is working to have all its bottles, which are already 100% recyclable, contain at least 50% recycled plastic by 2022 in the country.


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