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Why Boxed Water

Why Boxed Water ?

It is perfect for the whole family

We all know that we should be drinking more water, but it's hard to keep track of how much we're drinking and it's easy to forget to consume enough. With our bag-in-a-box you can take fresh mineral water wherever you are - at the office, home or on the move - to make sure you’re well hydrated.

natrl™ box water is perfect for the whole family as it is from one of the cleanest places on Earth in New Zealand. It is 100% pure and ready to consume. natrl™ box water does not contain any chemical treatments, as the water comes out of the aquifer and is bagged immediately. It is low in sodium, BPA-free and doesn’t contain fluoride.

natrl™ box water is a paper-based alternative to conventional plastic water packaging, which allows natural mineral water consumers to say no to plastic bottles and make eco-friendly choices when hydrating.

natrl™ has a zero-carbon footprint during the production process and our box water’s source is 100% sustainable. The Heretaunga Aquifer in New Zealand is also one of the cleanest places in the world. Once our boxes are filled they minimise waste by using up every inch of the container due to its shape. This is the lowest possible carbon footprint for transportation that also contributes to the lowest possible waste. All our packaging is sourced in Australia from reputable, sustainable forests and suppliers. Our cardboard box and bladder are 100% recyclable too.

natrl™ box water's carbon footprint for shipping from New Zealand, plus the entire production process, is approximately 650g per 10L box of natrl™ box water. If you compare this to 10 x 1 litre bottles of water in PET with a carbon footprint of 1,200g for the PET alone, natrl™ box water is the more sustainable option.

Even our natrl™ t- shirts are made from recycled PET bottles and green spun technology. Ten plastic bottles are used to make one t-shirt. natrl™’s multi-use bottles are made from stainless steel or glass to ensure they are reusable, thereby cutting out all use of plastic.