GOODBYE, PLASTIC 👋

CANS RECYCLE FOREVER

If you melted down 1,000 recycled aluminum cans, you could make 1,000 new ones. That’s why three quarters of all aluminum ever produced is still in use today. It just keeps going! It’s scientifically impossible for plastic to do that.

ALUMINUM, THE #1 METAL

Aluminum is the third most abundant mineral in the Earth’s crust, and the most abundant metal. Plastic, on the other hand, is derived from finite fossil fuels. Civilization’s love affair with plastics and fossil fuels cannot go on forever.

BACK BEFORE YOU KNOW IT

It doesn’t take long for the can you put in the recycling to appear back on the shelf as another can.  About 60 days in fact.  Mainstream recycling systems are perfectly designed to be a fast closed loop with aluminum.

THERE'S NO PLANET B

It’s so important for businesses to step up and make sustainable changes, even if it hurts their profits. Because this beautiful planet is the only one we have, and the only one our children and grandchildren will have.

 

THE ZERO PLASTIC SOLUTION

SPRING WATER

Our great tasting water is sourced responsibly from natural American springs. Nature provides minerals and alkalinity without a single additive, creating a product of unmatched quality and purity. It’s sourced locally, and never from a community that’s suffering shortages.

BPA FREE

Most plastic bottles and aluminum cans contain bisphenol A (BPA), a chemical banned in some countries. But not RightWater. Our cans use a special water-based lining to protect the water, and our entire production facility is BPA free too.

NO PLASTIC, PERIOD

Our packaging is 100% free of single-use plastic. From our box to our tape and even down to our biodegradable pallet wrap used in our warehouse. Because we think a plastic-free alternative should be truly plastic-free.

INSIDE OUR FACTORY 🇺🇸

We fill, seal and package the RightWater cans ourselves, in California.  Every single can is hand inspected to ensure quality.

Click here to watch a behind-the-scenes video showing our factory in action.