Since the beginning of the school year S’wells have taken over the average water bottle. Everywhere in school there’s always a S’well with a creative pattern or color that catches the eyes of many. S’wells are simple and smart and has become very popular in our school community.
These reusable water bottles keep liquids cold for 24 hours and hot for 12. Also the bottles are made out of non-leaching and non-toxic 18/8 stainless steel.
Some might not know but S’well is a charitable company and partners with organizations like American Forest and Drink Up. They also have donated $200,000 since 2015 to UNICEF to provide clean water to children in 100 counties all over the world.
S’well seems like a trendy and eco friendly way to drink water.
Claire Lazarus, junior, says, “As an avid S’well user, I would 100% recommend the bottle to anyone. It keeps my water cold for legit 48 hours and comes in so many cute designs. It’s a definite trend in Irvington and I completely understand why.”
These useful water bottles are slowly helping the plastic bottle epidemic. In the United States about 50 billion plastic bottles are thrown in landfills per year and over 200 billion in the world. S’well’s mission is to get rid of plastic bottles and create a healthier planet.
Customers love the fashionable and reusable bottles and they’re sold in 35 countries. This S’well revolution is flourishing and is helping our environment in style.