- The Eco Friendly Bottles Market is set to rise from $2.5 to $3.7 billion by 2022.
- Exhibiting a strong 8.1% CAGR till 2022.
- Polylactic Acid to Remain Dominant Material.
- Europe to Retain Steady Share, Asia Pacific except Japan set to rise.
Today, we fight a crucial battle against plastic pollution. We have technologies capable enough to suppress air pollution and clear water pollution. However, we still lack behind when comes to treat the plastic. The major reason that accelerates plastic pollutions is the over the manufacturing of plastic bottles for packaged drinking water and other beverages.
Over a period of time scientists have come up with various solutions that can minimize the pollution created by plastic bottles. Somehow, these efforts were not sufficient enough to stop plastic to pollute the environment. In other words, the trends have changed to find realistic, original, and attractive solutions rather than just finding an “eco-friendly” solution.
The hunt led to the development of paper bottles that can meet both demands of the customer and necessity of a truly eco-friendly solution for alarming plastic pollution situation. The development of such eco-friendly water bottles aims to minimize the plastic waste and empowers producers and consumers to take better decision to save the environment. These water bottles are called real eco-friendly for a reason. They are made from the pulp of trees like pine, sugarcane, and spruce.
What Ensures Safety of Environment with Paper Water Bottles?
The paper water bottles are excellent examples of pulp packaging integrated with best-in-class consumer insights, strategic assessment, technical advancements, engineering and pinch of creativity. The products are developed by the combination of plant-based fibers to offer optimal user-functionalities.
Multiple products of these eco-friendly water bottles can be used for branding, promotion, showcasing the manufacturing efficiencies, and most importantly awareness towards critical environmental conditions. Various patents across the globe for paper bottles manufacturing can help these eco-friendly products to replace the traditional plastic water bottles over the period of time.
Looking at the figures, the paper water bottles are addressing more than 80 billion plastic water bottles that are being produced every year. Out of these, approximately 75% ends up in landfills or ocean beds. Well, it is noticeable that these plastic water bottles take approximately 800 years to decompose. So, a water bottle that as efficient as the usual plastic bottle and gets decomposed when left unused in quite less amount of time surely is a truly eco-friendly solution till date.