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Replace plastic bottles with recyclable CanO Water



With more and more consumers looking to ditch plastic bottles, 
CanO Water has launched spring water in resealable aluminium cans.

The water is sourced from the Alps and packaged in 330ml aluminium cans with the choice of two seals - the traditional ring pull or a plastic resealable tab which can be slid closed while on the go.

The cans are said to be great in the war against waste as aluminium is infinitely recyclable unlike plastic used in bottles, which can only be recycled five to ten times. What’s more, cans stay colder for longer, keeping the water cool and fresh.

CanO Water is available in cases of 12 and 24 and comes in still and sparkling varieties.
CanOWater 020 8953 2288 www.canowater.com

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