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Small steps to sustainable travelling: 5 Reusable bottles


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Our recent research highlights that a growing number of UK travellers are making sustainability a key factor in their holiday planning. This can be a small step such as packing reusable items, or something larger such as trying alternatives to air travel.

To help you out, we’ve put together our pick of the best reusable bottles that are available on the market.

  1. One Green Bottle

One Green Bottle is a UK-based company that offers reusable water bottles made from stainless steel, with a focus on ethical and sustainable practices. The company is a member of the 1% For The Planet initiative, contributing a portion of their sales to environmental causes. £12-£30


  • Jerry Bottle

A social enterprise, Jerry Bottle donates 100% of their profits to fund water projects in Tanzania and India. They offer stainless steel bottles in various sizes. £15-20

Available from a number of different sellers online.

  • FOSH (For Our Seas Health)

FOSH (For Our Seas Health) is a UK-based company that offers a range of vibrant and stylish stainless steel water bottles aimed at reducing the use of single-use plastics. A portion of their profits is directed towards marine conservation projects, aligning with their eco-friendly mission. £15-30


  • Chilly’s Bottles

Chilly’s Bottles is a UK-based brand known for its stylish and functional reusable water bottles that promise to keep liquids cold for 24 hours and hot for 12 hours. The bottles are made from high-quality stainless steel and come in a variety of designs. £15-£35.


  • Klean Kanteen

Klean Kanteen has a focus on ethical and environmental practices, providing variety of reusable bottles made from 18/8 food-grade stainless steel with BPA-free options. They also have a wide mouth for easy cleaning and putting in ice. £15-£35.


So pick up one of these to pack in your carry on for your next adventure and enjoy doing your bit for sustainable travel.