Blue Can Water’s philosophy is to reduce the use of plastic bottles with a sustainable product rather than legislative bans. Our vision is to scale our California-based technology globally, taking on mounting consumer waste by putting a dent in the 63 billion plastic bottles entering oceans and landfills annually. Introducing BLUE CAN WATER.
Did you know that much of the plastic trash coming off of the west coast ends up in the Philippines? A TED Talk given by the discoverer of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch details this necessary focus on ridding plastic water bottles from our water choices.
Stanford University Agrees! Look at your plastic footprint.
We donated 10,000 Blue Cans to victims of Typhoon Haiyan shortly after the disaster, and are sending 5,000 more tomorrow. Due to interest from sponsors such as Wells Fargo, we are expanding efforts through an Indiegogo. Those who join the campaign with their tax-deductible donation for sending Blue Can AT COST also receive a discount. Save lives while protecting our planet from plastic bottles:
The Blue Can donated more than 10,000 cans to the victims of the Philippines.
Water is more essential than food during a disaster. Plastic bottles degrade, leaching plastic into the water and permeable to mold and fungus, thus expiring within two years. Our customers are excited because unlike plastic, Blue Can lasts for decades in home, office, & vehicle. The immediate focus of the core team is on large orders of water stored by city governments, companies, schools, and hospitals for disaster preparedness.
There are literally giant formations of plastic — some the size of Texas — floating in our oceans. Aluminum’s 85% recycling rate is due to its high value ($1,500/ton) and in fact subsidizes the recycling of plastic bottles ($100/ton), which is only 13%. Blue Can is available in 100+ retail locations as a premium product. Our canning and filtering processes are scientifically verified, reliable, and can be adjusted readily for various water sources around the world. Blue Can, Blue Panet.
Blue Can is certified BPA free and our water never touches plastic. Blue Can Water is purified, sterilized, and pasteurized using a multistage process, custom built by the world expert in water purification, that results in <1 PPM in total dissolved solids. The structured water clusters are preserved by pressure canning for convenient and affordable water storage sans phtalates found in plastic bottles.
Our website: www.BlueCanWater.com