As a company that depends on the health of our natural resources, we take responsibility for helping protect them. Our commitment begins by conserving the springs that source our water. It continues with our efforts to reduce waste with better bottles that can be recycled* and transformed into new ones. And ultimately, we’re committed to supporting our local communities.

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Recycling Matters

Our bottles are designed to the standards of the Association of Plastic Recyclers to be recyclable, including labels that peel off easily to avoid contaminating the recycling stream. Approximately 30% of PET bottle plastic is recycled in the U.S. Together, we can increase this number. The more plastic you recycle, the more plastic we can use to create new recycled bottles. The result? Less plastic waste is generated.

Recycling properly can be a little confusing. If you need tips, look for the How2Recycle info on our labels, visit, or use the chat bot on for details specific to your community.

Join us and take the MadeBetter® Pledge to recycle.
Recycling matters in a MadeBetter world.
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Meet our Bottles

Like many of you, we’re on a journey to help reduce plastic waste by using better bottles that are made from recycled* and/or more recyclable* materials.

Meet our recycled and recyclable bottles.
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The Arrowhead® Brand 100% Natural Mountain Water you're drinking was carefully sourced from natural springs in the mountains of California, Colorado and British Columbia. Our spring guardians, a team of hydrogeologists and field experts, monitor water flows, track precipitation levels and even study the areas’ biodiversity. All of this is to help ensure the springs and surrounding areas are sustainably managed. And to get the highest quality water delivered fresh for you.

Our bottling facilities are some of the only sites in the U.S. to be independently certified by the Alliance for Water Stewardship, which demonstrates our use of water is socially equitable, environmentally sustainable and economically beneficial.

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We know how essential water is, especially during times of crisis. During the COVID pandemic, when 30% of the Navajo Nation didn’t have running water in their homes, we donated nearly a quarter million gallons to their community, and we will continue to be there for communities in the West when support is needed.

Visit the pledge page and make recycling a part of your own pledge to help our communities be made for a better tomorrow. For every pledge made, we will donate a bottle of water to a community in need.

Check our social channels to see how we show up in our community.

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Efforts to Recycle Plastic: In 2018, approximately 29.1% of PET bottles & jars were recycled across the United States. Recycling rates of PET vary across regions and recycling programs with bottle deposit return systems achieving the highest recycling rates up to 2.5 times the national average. Existing forms of mechanical recycling diminish the quality of plastic with each recycling attempt, although work is being done to try to find ways in which recycling might restore this quality.