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  • A water bottle you can post for recycling
  • A water bottle you can post for recycling
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A water bottle you can post for recycling

Billions of plastic water bottles are sold every year, but less than 30% get recycled in the US. Hoping to change that, Treeson is launching a new sustainable bottled water. The bottle comes with a prepaid postage label so it can be placed in any USPS mail box for recycling.



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