ESKA Completes Transition to 100-Per-Cent Recycled Plastic Water Bottles


MONTREAL — This summer, ESKA will re-launch ESKA Sparkling using 100-per-cent-recycled plastic bottles, marking the complete elimination of all first-use plastic bottles across its entire product line — a commitment made with the transition of its natural spring-water bottles to recycled plastic in 2020. 

ESKA will be the first leading Canadian brand to make carbonated-water bottles with recycled plastic.  

The recycled plastic in ESKA’s spring- and sparkling-water bottles is sourced from Quebec’s Blue Box and other recycling systems. The rPET bottles are themselves recyclable, which is part of the brand’s commitment to environmental sustainability and contributing to the circular economy — an idea that ESKA calls the “Recycle of Life.”

“Preserving and protecting the environment is a core value for ESKA,” says Michel McArthur, Chief Operating Officer, ESKA. “We’re truly proud to have successfully converted 100 per cent of our bottles to recycled plastic while maintaining a premium product. We will no longer use any new plastic in the manufacturing of our bottles.”

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