Earlier this fall, San Francisco International Airport banned the sale of plastic water bottles. SFO is instead stocking its shelves with alternatives: bottles made of aluminum, glass or compostable material.

One Idaho-based company is making its mark on the industry: Central Idaho spring water can now be found lining shelves across the nation. But instead of plastic, the water is packaged in brushed aluminum bottles with Proud Source Water’s bright blue logo.

“Mackay, Idaho is situated deep in a valley surrounded by the Rocky Mountain Range,” a Proud Source promotional video shares. “This land is our home. We want to help preserve our environment.”



Read full story on: Boise State Public Radio



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