Biota Spring Water Bottles Made from Biopolymer

Biota spring water is packaged in a compostable bottle made from a corn-based bioplastic, an alternative to petroleum-based plastics that are recyclable, but not biodegradable and which can also leech chemicals into the liquid it holds. The bottle will decompose entirely within 80 days, but only when exposed to constant heat and humidity. Though the label is also biodegradeable, the cap is not. Biota is looking into that. The water, which is sourced in Colorado, is currently being sold in Colorado, California, and Nevada. Drink it if you can! Thanks MetaEfficient ::Biota