For World Water Day, say no to P.E.T.s

It’s time to reduce our use of P.E.T. (single-use) water bottles, those plastic pests causing so much environmental damage – while tap water is the best water there is. This World Water Day we want to set a new standard with forward-thinking people: the P.E.T. FREE lifestyle! Dare you join us at the cradle of this new movement? Wave goodbye to single-use water bottles, sign the P.E.T. FREE Pledge and jump in!

World Water Day

It’s World Water Day, our favorite day in the world! We are celebrating our clean drinking water by getting as many people as possible to say goodbye to single-use water bottles.

Sign your personal P.E.T. FREE Pledge

  • ... pledges to be an ambassador of positive change and set an example for family, friends, neighbors, colleagues and all the other people I meet by becoming P.E.T. water bottle free. P.E.T. is the material of which single-use water bottles are made out of.

    Single-use water bottles massively impact the environment through production of large amounts of avoidable plastic. Avoidable, because there’s no need for bottled water in our country at all; the most mouth-watering water comes straight from the taps. By upgrading to a P.E.T. FREE lifestyle, I will reduce plastic pollution and contribute to a clean and healthy environment. It is just one small step for man, but a tidal wave forward for the oceans. I hope that - by signing this P.E.T. FREE pledge - I can encourage others to join and turn the tide on plastic pollution.

    Let's save the planet, shall we?

  • We will send you a copy of your pledge and keep you posted about the P.E.T. FREE movement. If you don't want to receive any emails, you can easily unsubscribe.


Our Project – Plastic Bridge

Every 30 seconds 25,000 P.E.T. bottles are purchased in the U.S. alone and they ultimately make their way to our oceans. At Dopper, our dream is crystal clear water from every ocean to every tap. Which is why this year, Dopper Foundation is building bridges to a P.E.T. free world. Starting with a replica of one of the most iconic landmarks in NYC: The Brooklyn Bridge. In collaboration with artist Colin Hendee, the Dopper Foundation is building a bridge made out of P.E.T. bottles, collected by the people of NYC. But our initiative goes further, because we are also creating an educational movement, teaching children about the effects of single-use plastic on our oceans and ourselves.

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