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Supporting S’well and World Water Day
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by Beth Kaiserman

This World Water Day, March 22, take a moment for water and nature. World Water Day is held every March 22, and this year’s theme is ‘Nature for Water,’ discovering natural solutions to the world's water crisis.

Today, 2.1 billion people live without safe drinking water at home; affecting their health, education and livelihoods.

Sustainable Development Goal 6 commits the world to ensuring that everyone has access to safe water by 2030, and includes targets on protecting the natural environment and reducing pollution.

A S'well Solution

We love S’well not just for its great bottles, but because its core focus is sustainability and reducing our environmental impact.

It was a starting point in the company's goals to create greater awareness to plastic bottle use and our power to change it. 

In January 2017, S’well launched the Million Bottle Project, which started with 6,000 people pledging - and many more since - to minimize consumption of single-use plastic to help displace one million plastic bottles from reaching landfills, waterways and other undesirable locations.

S’well supports the UNICEF USA, (RED) and BCRF. We thank the S’well team for their wonderful support of The Sylvia Center as well!

CEO and founder Sarah Kauss had the idea for S'well while hiking with her mom and started the company in 2010. It has since soared to amazing heights and was named the fastest growing woman-owned company in the country!

Of course awareness of the world water crisis and how to help should be on our minds every day as we hydrate. S’well invites you to join in the pledge to help minimize consumption of plastic water bottles and other single-use plastics. 

Find World Water Day events here.

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