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Ball Corporation and Boomerang Water partner to provide refillable bottle solution
Ball Corporation will provide its refillable aluminum bottles to the Boomerang Bottling System at resorts, on cruise ships, campuses, and elsewhere, allowing the recycling of bottles.
Boomerang will wash, rinse, filter, fill and cap fresh water in refillable, returnable, and recyclable Ball aluminum bottles, helping avert waste and carbon emissions created by the manufacture and transportation of traditional, disposable bottles.
Rather than dispose of the bottles at their end of life, the Ball aluminum bottles will be turned into new ones within 60 days.
Boomerang’s bottling system can wash, fill and cap more than 3,000 bottles of fresh, premium water per eight-hour shift.
According to Boomerang Water co-founder, Jason Dibble, Ball’s aluminum bottles are the perfect complement for their bottling system, since they can get re-used over and over and ultimately recycled easily at the end of their life.