Frequently Asked Questions

AVAILABILITY

WHERE CAN I GET SURFWATER?


Surfwater is mostly available in Surf, Skate and Sport Shops plus newly also in many Lifestyle stores and trendy Coffee places in California and Florida.




IS SURFWATER AVAILABLE OUTSIDE OF CALIFORNIA?


Currently our Surfwater is only available in California and Florida but we are working already on HAWAII and some other states..




I WANT TO SELL SURFWATER TOO, HOW CAN I GET IT DELIVRED TO MY STORE?


Please contact our sales 'DUDE's at: info@surfwater.com and we will satisfy your SURFWATER needs shortly.. STILL or SPARKLING !?





OUR WATER

I HAVE HEARED THAT YOUR ALUMINUM BOTTLE CAN BE RECYCLED AND IS ALSO BPA FREE, IS THAT TRUE?


Yes, our aluminum Bottles are up to 100% recyclable and also 100% BPANI (non BPA liner).

Not only is aluminum the most recycled material, it’s also infinitely recyclable as well.

That means that the material from one aluminum bottle or can, can go right back into making another, identical bottle..

No new material needed!

Amazingly, this process can happen in as little as 60 days!




WHY ARE ALUMINIUM BOTTLES THE BEST ALTERNATIVE TO PLASTIC BOTTLES ?


Aluminum gets recycled more often than any other beverage container. Aluminum is recycled more than twice as often as plastic, glass, and cartons. Its high scrap value helps ensure that even if you forget to recycle, someone else will do it for you. In fact, the scrap value of aluminum is actually what funds the majority of curbside recycling programs around the country.




WHAT ABOUT CARTONS ?


These guys are more complicated than they seem... Shelf-stable cartons are made of multiple thin layers of paper, plastic, and aluminum.

Every single carton contains all these materials, so recycling them can be quite the challenge. In fact, only half of American households have access to curbside recycling for cartons, which means that a lot of these packages never even get the chance to be recycled!




GLASS?


Although glass is also infinitely recyclable (not bad!), it doesn’t get recycled nearly as often as aluminum does (31% vs 77%). It is also the heaviest beverage container, so transporting it takes a lot of fuel and creates the most carbon emissions.




PLANT BASED PLASTIC?


Yep, now you’re going to point out that there are several plastic bottles out there that are made from plants. PLANTS! That has to be the most eco-friendly! Well, it’s true that they are produced with less energy, but this doesn’t change the fact that the end product is still plastic and that means that they come with all of plastic’s end-of-life problems.

A common misconception is that just because they’re made from plants, they’re compostable. Most often, they’re not. Even when bottles are labeled as biodegradable or compostable, it doesn’t mean you can just toss them in your backyard and watch them dissolve into the soil.

The process requires an industrial composting facility. In order to even get to an industrial composter, the bottles need to be separated from petroleum-based plastics (and that just isn’t really happening), so they usually end up in landfills and oceans anyway.

Not sounding like such a great option anymore, right?




CAN I REFILL AND REUSE THE SURFWATER BOTTLE?


Yes, you can but our bottles where designed as a single –use product (please recycle them).

That said, we are also using our jeans since 5 years :)





ALUMINIMUM BOTTLE & PACKAGING

I HAVE HEARED THAT YOUR ALUMINUM BOTTLE CAN BE RECYCLED AND IS ALSO BPA FREE, IS THAT TRUE?


Yes, our aluminum Bottles are up to 100% recyclable and also 100% BPANI (non BPA liner).

Not only is aluminum the most recycled material, it’s also infinitely recyclable as well.

That means that the material from one aluminum bottle or can, can go right back into making another, identical bottle..

No new material needed!

Amazingly, this process can happen in as little as 60 days!




WHY ARE ALUMINIUM BOTTLES THE BEST ALTERNATIVE TO PLASTIC BOTTLES ?


Aluminum gets recycled more often than any other beverage container. Aluminum is recycled more than twice as often as plastic, glass, and cartons. Its high scrap value helps ensure that even if you forget to recycle, someone else will do it for you. In fact, the scrap value of aluminum is actually what funds the majority of curbside recycling programs around the country.




WHAT ABOUT CARTONS ?


These guys are more complicated than they seem... Shelf-stable cartons are made of multiple thin layers of paper, plastic, and aluminum.

Every single carton contains all these materials, so recycling them can be quite the challenge. In fact, only half of American households have access to curbside recycling for cartons, which means that a lot of these packages never even get the chance to be recycled!




GLASS?


Although glass is also infinitely recyclable (not bad!), it doesn’t get recycled nearly as often as aluminum does (31% vs 77%). It is also the heaviest beverage container, so transporting it takes a lot of fuel and creates the most carbon emissions.




PLANT BASED PLASTIC?


Yep, now you’re going to point out that there are several plastic bottles out there that are made from plants. PLANTS! That has to be the most eco-friendly! Well, it’s true that they are produced with less energy, but this doesn’t change the fact that the end product is still plastic and that means that they come with all of plastic’s end-of-life problems.

A common misconception is that just because they’re made from plants, they’re compostable. Most often, they’re not. Even when bottles are labeled as biodegradable or compostable, it doesn’t mean you can just toss them in your backyard and watch them dissolve into the soil.

The process requires an industrial composting facility. In order to even get to an industrial composter, the bottles need to be separated from petroleum-based plastics (and that just isn’t really happening), so they usually end up in landfills and oceans anyway.

Not sounding like such a great option anymore, right?




CAN I REFILL AND REUSE THE SURFWATER BOTTLE?


Yes, you can but our bottles where designed as a single –use product (please recycle them).

That said, we are also using our jeans since 5 years :)





LET US KNOW IF YOU HAVE ANY OTHER QUESTION’S, WE WILL BE HAPPY TO ANSWER.

WRITE US: info@surfwater.com

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