Earth Day Hawai‘i 2020: Shop Online for These 7 Eco-Friendly Cups, Flasks and Bottles

Wondering how to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day (April 22) the right way? Opt for a reusable, collapsible and stylish drink container for your next sip on the go.


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This story was originally published on March 19, 2019. It has been updated for everyone at home in April 2020 who is shopping online.

 

Growler

 

A million plastic water bottles are purchased every minute in America, but only a fourth of them actually ending up in the recycling bin. It’s about time to kick the single-use-plastics habit in the hopes of slowing down the world’s exponentially increasing plastic problem.

 

In honor of Earth Day on April 22, hydrate with a reusable water bottle at the beach, catch your morning buzz in a stylish glass coffee cup, and devote your efforts to sustaining a plastic-free lifestyle to maintain the beautiful island that we (sometimes) take for granted.

 

Here are seven stylish additions to your collection of eco-friendly alternatives that you can order online:

 

Keepcup Brew

Keep Cup

 

Get a discount on your crafted cup of joe at eco-minded coffee shops when you bring in this tempered glass coffee cup for your morning pick-me-up. Originating in Melbourne, the company, dedicated to a creating a sustainable future, utilizes local manufacturing companies and durable materials for each part of its Keepcups that results in a long-lasting cup that you can be proud to sport. Now that you have a little more time on your hands, consider designing your own cup. The company’s assembly and packaging warehouse in Los Angeles is currently closed but it will send your order just in time for when you’re free to strut around with your to-go coffee. 

 

$28 (plus shipping) for a 16-ounce cup, us.keepcup.com


 

Hydaway

 

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If a clanky, bulky water bottle doesn’t suit your on-the-go hydration needs, opt for a Hydaway, a collapsible silicone water bottle. The ultra-stash-able BPA-free bottle that flattens to a 1.5-inch-thick disk is a lightweight option you can take on hike, walk or daily commute to work, and then pack away into a small purse or backpack. If you suffer from a perpetually empty Brita at home, Hydaway also offers carbon filters for its water bottles that filter tap water on the go. In celebration of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, Hydaway is offering 50% off all no2plastic travel packs plus free domestic shipping on orders over $39.

 

Starting from $17.50, shop.hydaway.com


 

Hawai‘i Limited Edition Hydro Flask

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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There are Hydro Flasks all over the place. And why not? They keep cold things cold for 24 hours and hot things hot for 12. Plus they have various options for caps and mouth pieces, are BPA- and phthalate-free and come with a lifetime waranty. But why not show off your Hawai‘i pride with this limited edition, 32-ounce coral bottle that comes with a removable, silicone bottom case that adds extra protection? 

 

$47.95 for an 32-ounce flask, hicshoponline.com


 

Que

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Another alternative to a plastic bottle, Que bottles are recycled BPA- and plastic-free bottles perfect for hydration without the bulk. Suit your style with 15 different color choices, from citrus yellow to frozen plum. Feel good about the plastic water bottles you’re saving and the donation made to The Rainforest Trust, a nonprofit dedicated to safeguarding 17.6 million acres of wildlife habitat worldwide, from every Que bottle purchased. In celebration of the 50th anniversary of Earth Month, the company is allowing customers to select a limited edition cap at no additional cost.

 

$25 for a 20-ounce bottle, quebottle.com

 


SEE ALSO: These 9 Eco-Friendly Products Will Help You Save The Planet


 

Corkcicle Canteen

 

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If you need to take your homemade batch of sangria to a get-together, get a local brew to-go or are just really, really thirsty, grab one of Corkcicle’s Canteens. The canteen keeps your cold liquids cold for more than two days and hot liquids hot for half a day with a triple insulated design. If you don’t quite need the large canteen size, opt for a 9-, 16- or 25-ounce style.

 

Editor’s tip: Looking for a unique gift? Corkcicle’s 25-ounce canteens are perfect for you and your wine-loving friends as they only hold an entire bottle of wine. Time to step up your boozy picnic game.

 

$17.95, corkcicle.com


 

DrinkTanks

Maui Brewing Co. growler

 

Take your eco-consciousness to the next level by phasing out canned or bottled beer and filling up an insulated growler with any of your favorite Maui Brewing Co. brews for $18. The DrinkTank Growler, typically sold at both of Maui Brewing Co.’s locations on Oʻahu, is made from BPA-free stainless steel and can keep your cold beer cold for over 24 hours. Don’t worry about the vessel ever losing its insulation or its ability to keep your liquids vacuum tight: the company offers a lifetime warranty for its growlers. 

 

$75 for a 64-ounce growler, mauibrewingco.com


 

Stojo

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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For a stowaway silicone coffee cup with a muted color palette, Stojo offers a 12-ounce “pocket” cup and a 16-ounce “biggie”cup for all of your sipping needs. The cup, which is leakproof and dishwasher safe, can collapse into a 2-inch ring. Buy the “biggie” cup to enjoy your “grande” latté with a thick reusable color-corresponding straw.

 

$20 for a 16-ounce “biggie” cup, $15 for a 12-ounce “pocket” cup, stojo.co.

 

 

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