Water bottles which are made mostly of paper, not plastic. The paper used for bottles is sourced from trees that have been certified by the Forest Stewardship Council. The bottles, which are fully recyclable, are made of 53 percent paper; the rest of the bottle is made of plastic and a small amount of aluminium. The top portion is made of plant-based plastic derived from sugar cane. Could this be a product that is less harmful to the environment and creates fewer carbon emissions than energy-intensive plastic?
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