Why Choose Glass Water Bottle?

It allows you to sip colder and more pure-tasting water, looks sleek and elegant. It is thick and sturdy. Certainly, everybody had a break or a bow on the bottle due to the weak material of the plastic bottle and could not drink it. 

WaterGlam Store Swarovski crystallized Fromin branded glass water bottle

Glass does not contain any harmful chemicals such as BPA, phthalate, PVC, or polycarbonate, so nothing can leach into your water from a glass bottle. Glass is the trusted and proven packaging choice for your health, taste and the environment, it is better for the planet. Glass is 100% recyclable, endlessly without loss in quality or purity. Legislations such as container deposit measures will further enhance the benefits associated with glass packaging. 80% of the glass that is recovered is made into new glass products. A glass container can go from a recycling bin to a store shelf in as little as 30 days. An estimated 80% of recovered glass containers are made into new glass bottles. Glass is nonporous and impermeable, so there are no interactions between glass packaging and products to affect the flavor of food and beverages. No nasty after taste - ever. Glass has an almost zero rate of chemical interactions, ensuring that the products inside a glass bottle keep their strength, aroma, and flavor. When consumers choose foods or beverages that are packaged in glass, they avoid potential risks while enjoying several benefits.

Glass making

Glass is made from readily-available domestic materials, such as sand, soda ash, limestone and “cullet,” the industry term for furnace-ready scrap glass. The only material used in greater volume than cullet is sand. These materials are mixed, or “batched,” heated to a temperature of 1430 to 1530 degrees Celsius and molded into the desired shape. Using recycled glass when making new glass bottles reduces the manufacturer’s carbon footprint  - furnaces may run at lower temperatures when the recycled glass is used because it is already melted down to the right consistency. An estimated 80% of recovered glass containers are made into new glass bottles. Once you toss your glass bottle in the recycling bin, manufacturers can have it back on the shelves in a month. 
You can safely refill your glass bottle as much as you want, and drinking the recommended daily intake of water means a healthier you.