From a 1993 Vow to 320,000 Reusable Water Bottles for Every New York High Schooler
"The goal is to slow the seemingly inexhaustible stream of discarded plastic bottles that clog waterways, threatening marine life, and that pile up in landfills. City officials say Bring It could lead to students using 54 million fewer single-use plastic bottles this school year. That also puts S’well well on the way toward its own goal of displacing 100 million bottles by 2020."
Is a $40 Reusable Bottle Worth The Investment?
“Our mission continues to evolve to not only help individuals make simple changes in their everyday lives to positively impact the environment through programs like our Million Bottle Project, but also to support communities in need through important partnerships with UNICEF USA, RED and BCRF,” a S’well representative told Moneyish. So sip your drink and feel good, too."
6 Stylish Reusable Bottles That Are Go-To Summer Accessories
"Founder and CEO Sarah Kauss made it her mission to rid the world of plastic bottles by creating covetable hydration accessories that are as stylish as they are hard-working, and that give back to communities in need through work with UNICEF, (RED), and BCRF. S'well aims to help displace 100 million plastic bottles from entering landfills and waterways by 2020 through the brand's Million Bottle Project sustainability initiative."
Politico’s Women Rule Podcast
May 09, 2018
"To hear more from Sarah Kauss on how S’well got its name, how she grew her company to be a worldwide brand and how she learned to ask for help along the way, listen to the full podcast here. Women Rule takes listeners backstage with female bosses for real talk on how they made it and what advice they have for women looking to lead."
13 Products that Make It Easier to Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle for Earth Day
April 04, 2017
"The number one rule for healthy living: Stay hydrated. And what better way to do this than with a super cute, BPA-free water bottle — in a limited Earth Day collection design — that keeps your water at the perfect temperature? Keeping one of these babies is way better, and cheaper, than regularly buying plastic bottles."
This New Sustainability Project is Asking You to Stop Using Single-Use Plastic Bottles
April 24, 2018
"Single-use plastic bottles are one of the biggest culprits in terms of plastic pollution. That’s why reusable water bottle company, S’well, has launched the Million Bottle Project, a sustainability program to encourage people to stop, or at least decrease, their use of plastic bottles."