Pros & Cons: Everything You Need To Know About Using Glass, Carton, And PET Plastic

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As we start to ease into a more eco-friendly lifestyle, it is important that we are aware of the materials we use in our daily lives

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Glass, carton boxes, or PET plastic? What exactly is PET plastic? 

PET plastic is a more sustainable form of plastic that is produced from polyethene (PET). Part of the polyester family, PET plastic is commonly used to produce fibre for clothing, containers for food, bottles for liquids, plastic sheets, and many more.

The truth is each material has its own properties and purposes equipped for different users and situations. Which material is actually more eco-friendly? Together with Spritzer, we decided to investigate further! 

Check out some of the pros and cons of using glass, carton boxes, and PET plastic:

1. Glass

2. Tetra Pak cartons

3. PET plastic

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As a champion of conservation and sustainability, Spritzer has come up with its green initiative: Sustainable Packaging Solutions!

Spritzer wants to develop a range of sustainability products which include a 100% PET plastic product, a plant-based bottle and drinking water in Tetrapak packaging.

The brand wants to ensure that they are able to provide different packaging solutions to fulfil different consumer needs.

With this thought in mind, consumers are able to enjoy Spritzer’s high-quality water in different forms of packaging. 

In view of Spritzer’s aim to create a more sustainable ecosystem, the public can make a more conscious effort to recycle after drinking water. Let’s give our water bottles a second life. <3

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Let's recycle correctly and support sustainability with Spritzer's Green Initiative. Get more information here.

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