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    Our Commitments



    All our actions and decisions as a company express our belief in the preservation of nature and our social responsability to reduce our environmental impact in the world.

    RPET plastic: Contrary to popular belief, many studies have shown that glass and canned products have a higher carbon footprint than certain plastic materials. The most eco-friendly plastic? Recycled PET.

    Recyclable packaging: 100% of the materials used for packaging are recycled, and nearly all of them are fully recyclable. Cardboard boxing, RPET plastic and bottles & caps, biodegradable labels and ink; everything.

    Eco-friendly Facilities: A state-of-art bottling plant that minimizes environmental impact. 100% of our electricity is green and all industrial waste is responsibly recycled.

    Water Source Protection: We pledge to protect the water source, its water quality, and to never consume more than 15%

    In the process to apply to B Corp, Bonneval wants to be a spark for change that encourages other companies and communities to promote sustainable and eco-friendly practices. We aim to live in harmony with nature.


    It's recycled plastic! Virgin PET is a food plastic that is widely used for food and berevage packaging. rPET is what you get when you recycle that plastic. By using less raw materials, rPET produces nearly 80% less carbon emissions than virgin PET.

    The "r" stands for recycled.

    But Glass is Better, isn't it? Not Really.

    7X HEAVIER | The weight of a material is important when measuring the carbon footprint. Since glass is about 7 times heavier, it produces significantly more CO2 emissions than rPET plastic when you factor in transportation

    IT'S FRAGILE | Glass can shatter and pose a safety risk, which is why it's not allowed in many camping sites, swimming areas, and other outdoor places.

    Bonneval's commitment to sustainability

    Aiming to be carbon neutral, global water brands like Fiji, Evian, and Nestle Waters, have set goals to switch to 100% rPET in the next 5 to 10 years.
    We started that way. 100% rPET since 2021.