The only Nature Friendly water bottle. Made from plant by-products. Our exclusive Bottle, Cap and Label is non-polluting. Safe for Drinking and Safe for our environment. Terra Water is one step in the right direction for reduction of petroleum based plastic bottles.
Help us in the fight to get rid of Plastic Bottles.
Terra Water® Your Eco Bottle.
BOTTLE, CAP, AND LABEL MADE 100% FROM PLANT BY-PRODUCTS POLYLACTIC ACID (PLA)
9.5PH ALKALINE WATER + ELECTROLYTES PROVIDES A GREAT TASTING WATER WITH HYDRATION BENEFITS
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INCREDIBLE WATER IN A COMPOSTABLE* BOTTLE - SAY NO TO PLASTIC & HELP SAVE OUR WORLD.
Test of degradation by one of our customers who left a bottle exposed to the sun and then another bottle buried without compost in the soil.
Welcome to Terra Water Co. 9.5pH Alkaline Water with Electrolytes. Our bottles are compostable in appropriate facilities *. The bottles are only recyclable when sorted separately from other plastics - this product may not be recyclable in your area. The PLA used to manufacture Terra Water bottles comes from the by-products of agricultural cultivations grown for other purpose than producing polylactic acid. These cultivations are constantly renewed to supply food for human and livestock therefore and unlike oil based products, our product sources are renewable as long as human cultivate corn, beets, sugar cane or any other plant with sugar residue (see Ingeo site for sources of PLA). Even though Terra Water is not a perfect solution, it is A Step In The Right Direction!
A STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION
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*Such compost facilities may not be available in your area.
TERRA WATER BENEFITS
Made from PLA
(Polylactic Acid) derived 100% from plant by-products such as corn, cassava and sugar beet.
And transparency exceeds visual experience of PET bottles with a glass-like finish
Will biodegrade in conditions > 60°C.
What’s the deal with plant-based plastic bottles?
A growing trend in plastic bottle manufacturing is to seek non-petroleum sources, the most popular of which is polylactic acid (PLA). Plastics manufactured using plants are biodegradable and compostable, and therefore cause less environmental impact if they wind up in a landfill or the ocean.
However, PLA bottles may look like #1 plastic bottles, but they can’t be recycled using the same process because they aren’t PET resin (PLA is #7 plastic, or the “other” catchall). If you are buying PLA bottles, you want to compost them or throw them in the garbage instead of recycling them, unless your recycling program accepts #7 plastics.
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