Polyconcept North America (PCNA), Pittsburgh, announced the launch of four CamelBak Tritan Renew water bottles. The new Tritan Renew styles are made from 50% recycled material, supporting the company’s focus on bringing more sustainable sales to the promotional products market.
“We are extremely fortunate that we have a brand partner like CamelBak who is continuously looking to improve their eco footprint,” said Liz Haesler, chief merchandising officer for PCNA. “We have had huge success with our CamelBak drinkware line, and know this shift toward sustainable styles will only continue to drive demand. These new pieces have the same style and durability that our customers love about CamelBak, which is why we’ve made a conscious shift to only offer the Tritan Renew styles as part of our CamelBak plastic bottle collection.”
“We have seen the shift that PCNA has made toward sustainability, so we couldn’t think of a better company to offer our Tritan Renew styles,” said Phil Notheis, director of product management for CamelBak. “The call to climate action asks for continued innovation and unique sustainable solutions. We will continue to evolve our most sustainable products, knowing we can always do better. Introducing a 50% recycled material in our best-selling bottles while maintaining durable integrity is something we are thrilled to bring to the promotional products marketplace.”
PCNA will replace their Chute and Eddy+ styles with new Tritan Renew pieces. The Tritan Renew styles are highly durable; dishwasher safe; and free of BPA, BPS and BPF chemicals. All four styles will be sold in the U.S. and Canada, and are available now on PCNA’s website.
For more information, visit www.pcna.com.