A mockup of the amount of plastic water bottles being produced for drinking in the United States alone per year.
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Research from Reuters shows that We trade 1,000,000 bottles of plastic water in the world per minute or 1,300,000,000 per day. But only 25% of the bottles go back into the recycling process, the other 20% are incinerated or landfilled. And the rest is lost in nature, especially under the sea. Plastic bottles will decompose within 700 years. This entire process generates billions of tons of CO2 a year around the world.
Each year, we need about 17 million barrels of oil to produce bottled water equivalent to the amount of fuel consumption of 1 million cars for 1 year.
And also emit carbon dioxide. up to the Earth's atmosphere, 2.5 million tons per year
Data source “Why Not Bottle Water?” Retrieved April 22, 2009 from
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The world is getting sick of plastic bottles and oil waste.
The Pacific Institute has researched that To produce 1 liter of bottled water requires 3 liters of tap water and ¼ liter of oil.
The market for bottled water in Thailand is a market with a consumption volume of 50 billion bottles per year, with a total market value in Thailand of 37 billion baht per year and growing exponentially every year.
• Producing bottled water requires a lot of energy and natural resources. For the production of 1 liter of bottled water we waste 3 liters of pure water and use ¼ liter of oil.
• PET bottles are non-biodegradable when buried in the ground. Will break into small pieces and can seep into groundwater or groundwater. When animals that feed humans live in that area It can get these toxins into the body as well.
• 80% of the plastic bottles used on the islands are destroyed by burning, burying or dumping into the sea. causing aquatic animals in the area to eat and receive toxins before being used as human food
The life path of bottled water
Greenhouse gases produced by the production of bottled water
Survey results in the past year Processes for the production of bottled water and its transport to consumers create Global CO2 reaches 39.7 billion kilograms.
Energy consumption starts from the factory water filtration process. filling the bottle with water Transported by truck, boat or plane to reach consumers. in-store refrigeration or accommodation and recycling of bottles Or some use the method of throwing them away in nature.
In 2006, as many as bottled water was produced. 178 billion liters
The production of each bottle generates greenhouse gases. 0.16 kg
In 2006, the production of bottled water polluted 28.5 billion kg CO2. (178 billion liters x 0.16 kg).
The research also shows that bottled water travels about 1,000 kilometers by transport on average.
Pollution caused by road transport is 63 grams/ton/km.
Pollution caused by road transport of bottled drinking water is 0.063 kg / liter.
In 2006, transportation of bottled water produced 11.2 billion kg of CO2 pollution (178 billion liters x 0.63 kg).
แหล่งน้ำ บำบัด บรรจุขวด ขนส่ง ร้านค้า ขนส่ง บริโภค ขนส่ง กำจัดขยะ
Separating waste is a way to escape from the problem.
The waste separation system is good. But nowadays, the consumption is becoming more and more violent, causing the proportion of people who separate waste to be less and less.
Waste separation is difficult both in terms of management. Equipment, education and people's way of life the real intention of the government The system that motivates consumers in Thailand to separate almost 100% of waste has experienced a failure.
Trying to recycle plastic that lacks the resources that make it possible. As a result, all the waste they consumed was placed underground to cover up the problem. It has a broad impact on groundwater resources and human food.
"When the environment is bad How can we expect food to be good?”
BO LAN restaurant, Thailand's first Zero Waste restaurant
How can our air water generator help the world be better?
From the study of the structure of the water consumption market in Thailand The population in Thailand consumes water mainly from two sources:
1. Water from a water purifier
2. Buy bottled water from the store or have it delivered to your home.
But when studying in depth we have found that plastic bottled water has a very high growth rate from a market value of 30 billion baht to 50 billion baht within a few years. along with the decreasing value of the water purifier market. That's an indication that the The marketing of bottled water manufacturers is becoming more and more successful. And this means that the amount of plastic bottle waste will continue to increase as well. While water filters are not as popular as they should be. This is because water filtration still has to depend on more and more problematic natural sources. Conventional low-cost water filters are therefore unable to deal with contaminated water. Filtered water in some areas has a pungent odor and is not drinkable. The water purifier market is limited to the area near the city only.
One Air Molecular Water Generator can replace the production of 109,000 bottles of plastic water bottles and the energy required to transport them, while still delivering higher quality water than any water purifier in the world. It's a very worthwhile trade-off. It is an innovation that can help reduce the use of plastic water bottles. When people are confident in the quality of clean water that can be produced by themselves in every area without the need for complicated water supply and transportation systems, this is done in parallel with the education and support of the company's environmental projects.