Why ReUse?

“You Are Pure Potential” - Martin de Maat Magnet

YES, that’s US - all of us. We have the potential* to change things - loads of things. The thing we’re talking about here is changing behaviour and challenging the seemingly out-of-control disposable culture.

Reuse in the broadest sense means any activity that lengthens the life of an item.
Reuse is nothing new. What is new is the need to reuse. Find out more

Why Reusable Bottles?

Below is a list of reasons to switch from buying bottled water over and over again to buying one reusable bottle for life:

• Bottled water generates up to 600 times more CO2 than tap water
• New research shows that drinking a bottle of water has the same impact on the environment as driving a car for a kilometre.
• There's enough oil used in the production process of water bottles in the UK to keep 17,000 cars on the road for a year.[1]
• Bottled water is just as expensive as petrol. Find out more

What’s best for me?

There are plusses and minuses when you manufacture anything. So making reusable bottles obviously costs something in monetary and environmental terms. Here is a bit of information about each of our reusable bottles, to help you make up your mind…

Whats best for me

About Reusable Bottles

Now that reusable bags have become ordinary fare at the checkout, Dan Brousson and the people who brought you Onya Bags have noted that behaviour change is easy if the appropriate tools are made available. Here at reusablebottle.co.uk we are providing all the things you need to put a stop to bottled water which is expensive for pocket and environment, and start drinking water from your tap.

We feel we have researched the market and found a great range of re-usable bottles to arm you against the over-priced and over-polluting bottled water on the shelves. Find out more


All the bottles we select for sale are BPA (Bisphenol A) free. Some research has shown that potentially harmful BPA can seep into food or beverages. So you can be safe in the knowledge that we do not sell any bottles that use BPAMore information about BPA