Nalgene Water Bottles & Reverb help “Green” Live Music Events

Nalgene Water Bottles IMG by Kyle LeBoeuf
Nalgene Water Bottles
IMG by Kyle LeBoeuf on Flickr

Extract from “Nalgene Water Bottles Team up with REVERB to Help “Green” Live Music Events Nationwide” article Originally Published on Business Wire

A series of live music events—including tours by Dave Matthews Band, Phish and Barenaked Ladies—will pair Earth-conscious concertgoers with the premier reusable water bottle to encourage fans to take positive action for the planet.

To address the huge amount of disposable water bottle waste created at concerts, Nalgene Outdoor Products, maker of reusable water bottles and food storage containers, and REVERB, a non-profit organization that creates and executes ‘green’ programs at rock concerts to reduce environmental waste, have teamed up to provide reusable water bottles to music fans during the 2015 summer and fall live music season.

“Nalgene reusable bottles are a natural fit for a tour greening partner,” explains Adam Gardner, guitarist for Guster and co-director of REVERB. “They directly help us reduce the environmental footprint of concerts in a way that fans appreciate.”

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2 thoughts on “Nalgene Water Bottles & Reverb help “Green” Live Music Events

  1. At most running events I go to I see no effort what so ever to recycle. Not even the simplest thing like collecting the card board from cases of bottled water. It drives me crazy.
    I’m glad to see that concert organizers, or at least one of them, is doing something to reduce their foot print.
    When you think about everything that goes into to producing and attending a concert, the amount of waste and energy consumed is depressing.

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