Liberty Bottles are an American business looking far ahead to the future. They’re setting the benchmark and others will soon have to catch up.

The 100% recycled metal bottles are made in an American factory by American workers and produce almost zero waste (4%) to send to American landfills. The founders of the company don’t just look forward to the future, they embrace the teachings of the past, applying the type of resource efficiency that was normal about five generations ago. One of the founders at Liberty Bottleworks said: “Liberty is dedicated to preserving the environment and cares about people. Our bottles are made with recycled material and are entirely recyclable. We are committed to developing new processes in design and fabrication that will make our products last longer and consume less waste.”

Quality, Recycled, Ethical

A staggering 96% waste diversion is achieved through high quality recycling machinery and the recycling of any scrap metal that is separated during the process. Water recycling machinery ensures that water is used three times before being drained. It just keeps getting better. The bottles, which are made with a combination of 100% recycled metal and 100% recycled plastic (milk jugs, for the cap) are designed for long term use. Their strong, durable and visually pleasing look is intended to encourage the user to hold on to the bottle for a long period of time. When they are done with it however, the bottles are of course, 100% recyclable!

Poison Free

The bottles are non-toxic, BPA-free and also free of of BPH and Phthalate. They come in two different sizes and are designed in such a way that they don’t dent easily. The potential is there to use the bottles as a great marketing opportunity, with it being possible to print a myriad of different images on the bottles. The business pledges 1% of sales and 1% of working hours to helping the environment, community and sustainability, through a mixture of large, local and grassroots causes. Liberty Bottleworks, we tip our hats to you! Take a look at the amazing collection of bottles here