Tagged: sustainability

Coming March 2012, Vapur brings our renowned “Anti-Bottle” technology in an all-new package to meet the demands of the outdoor, active lifestyle. The new Element Series continues in the Vapur tradition, offering a foldable, reusable, BPA-free portable water bottle that is Made in the USA with an infusion of features perfect for the trail, the mountain and the long haul.

Some of the many new features of the Vapur Element include:

  • SuperCap™ technology for secure-locking, high flow access
  • Wide-mouth fill area
  • Integrated clip design allows foldable, convenient transport
  • Durable 3-ply construction
  • Anti-microbial lining
  • New larger 1-Liter  size

Watch the story from our co-founders about how Vapur and the Element Series are changing the way we think about portable hydration.

On November 7 & 8, the Vapur team attended this year’s Opportunity Green conference at UCLA. This global sustainability conference was chock-full of innovative ideas and a shared passion for change. The day began with a riveting show from famed photographer Chris Jordan, who vividly illustrates the scale of our trash and captured thousands of dead albatrosses on Midway Island in the Gyre . Annie Leonard shared the story behind her critique of American consumerism, the Story of Stuff. We even heard advertising change agents who are transforming the COP15 UN Climate Change Conference on Dec 7, 2010 into a global campaign for hope via Hopenhagen.

Read the the Los Angeles Times article about the conference, featuring our friend Kevin Krohner for IOS Technologies. We first wrote about the conference here.

Poster at the event.

Our Co-Founder, Jason Carignan explaining the evils of bottled water.

Conference organizers Karen Solomon and Mike Flynn.