Oxnard, Calif. (July 1, 2015) – Vapur®, makers of the flexible, reusable and eco-responsible “Anti-Bottle,” is pleased to announce the launch of its Hydration Program in partnership with Bryce Canyon National Park and Elkay. The partnership is being celebrated with an official Ribbon Cutting on July 1, at 10:00 a.m. (MDT), at the scenic Bryce Canyon National Park Sunset Point.
The newly announced Hydration Program aims to keep visitors healthy and hydrated by offering easy access to clean, safe water at six locations throughout the park, while promoting the use of reusable water bottles and reducing waste. To date, the Vapur Refill Stations have saved an estimated 186,215 single-use plastic bottles from being disposed of in landfills. Visitors looking for reusable bottles and a trip souvenir can find Bryce Canyon branded Vapur water bottles at the Visitors Center and The Lodge at Bryce Canyon.
“Our goal is to preserve Bryce Canyon for generations to come by offering an eco-friendly way to stay hydrated while visiting the park,” says Lisa E. Eckert, Bryce Canyon National Park Superintendent. “Not only is it important to stay hydrated while visiting Bryce, but we also care about our environmental footprint and love to see visitors reducing waste by using reusable bottles.”
“The Bryce Canyon Program is the first of many Hydration Programs that Vapur hopes to launch in partnership with National Parks around the country,” says Brent Reinke, CAO and co-founder of Vapur. “The success of this program can be used as a framework for additional programs, keeping millions of park visitors hydrated and reducing the overall environmental impact of our National Parks.”
For more information on the Vapur Hydration Program, visit www.vapur.us/hydration-program.
For more information on Bryce Canyon National Park, visit www.nps.gov/brca.