American Made Water Bottle From Liberty Bottleworks

by Derek VanDyke 30. July 2012 12:02

Liberty Bottleworks

Liberty Bottleworks, Yakima Washington, now offers the first USA made water bottle made from 100% recycled material.  Unlike most aluminum water bottles, Liberty uses a flexible food grade coating on the inside to ensure no heavy metal leaching or porous surface for bacteria to build up.  The result is great tasting and safe water.

At first I thought this was going to be just another water bottle.  To my surprise drinking from the Liberty bottles was pure delight.  The size of the bottle fits comfortably in hand and the splash free neck design really works.  I was concerned that Liberty patent pending 1/4 turn off lid design could potentially leak, but after several hikes and trips to the gym the lid has kept the valuable content in the bottle and my gear dry.

These bottle come in several sizes and many great designs.  Liberty uses local artists from around the country to create their unique designs.  Finally, consumers have a viable option for American made metal water bottles. 

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Green Benefits Partners with Back2Tap

by Derek VanDyke 27. July 2012 17:33

 

Green Benefits is proud to announce our partnership with Back2Tap.  Since 2007, Back2Tap and Green Benefits have promoted sustainable practices and have worked with thousands of groups across the nation.  Through this partnership, Green Benefits will be able to focus more on the world wide water crisis.  Our joint goal will be to provide high quality fundraising and awareness campaigns to raise institutional and individual awareness as well as promote action towards a more sustainable future.  We look forward to working with school groups, non profits and corporations of all sizes by offering high quality products and programs to meet each groups individual needs.  Thank you to all that have supported Green Benefits and Back2Tap and please help us spread the word.  Together we can make a difference.

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