Health and Beautiful
Beauty Water USA will do its part to preserve our planet for generations to come. We take our responsibility to the planet seriously. We understand that greenhouse gas emissions are upsetting the natural balance of our ecosystem, which is why through our various initiatives, we hope to continue the public dialogue on how our actions (and our customers actions) contribute to climate change, and what we all can do about it.
Beauty Water USA is committed to protecting the health of our planet and the nourishing its people. Our Sustainability Goals are to reduce our carbon footprint at every level of our bottling and distribution process. We promise to do all we can to help eliminate as many virgin plastic bottles as possible. Beauty Water USA is committed to do business in ways that do the least amount of harm to the environment. This would include choosing the materials we use, our best practice as it relates to production and distribution. Our recycling initiatives encourages our customers to recycle not just our Beauty Water bottles, but all things recyclable.
Beauty Water USA will continue to focus on developing 100% recyclable packaging and reducing the amount of plastic in our bottles. Our focus encompasses the entire packaging lifecycle – from how our bottles are made to how they are recycled and repurposed. These values are a direct reflection of our company and an expression of the aspirations we have for creating a better ecosystem and a strong brand of service. We utilize BPA free and phthalates free plastic bottles.
100% Recyclable Bottles
Beauty Water bottles are 100% recyclable. Our bottles are harmless and does not pollute the environment when properly disposed. Beauty Water USA offers a Buy-Back Water Bottle Program. Contact Us for more details.
What can we do to slow or stop global warming?
- Where willing, we can recycle our disposable products, containers, and bottles.
- Where possible, we can switch to renewable sources of energy (such as solar and wind energy) to power our homes and buildings.
- Where feasible, we can drive electric vehicles instead of those that burn fossil fuels; or we can use mass transit instead of driving our own cars.
- Where affordable, we can conserve energy by better insulating our homes and buildings, and by replacing old, failing appliances with more energy-efficient models.
- Where practical, we can support more local businesses that use and promote sustainable, climate-smart practices such as those listed above.