We tackle the plastic pollution one bottle at a time with our reusable glass bottle made for over 200 product cycles.
OUR CIRCULAR MODEL
OUR WATER PRODUCTION PROCESS
STEP 1 : WATER PROCESSING
We produce mineralized drinking water sourced from a local spring.
NO WASTE. PURE WATER.
Our water is subject to a strict purification process under FDA approved standards and our machines are licensed by the Thai law to produce drinking water. Our water comes from a local deep well and gets purified through reverse osmosis. Afterwards, we remineralize our drinking water to create the highest quality possible.
WE PRODUCE WHAT CUSTOMERS WANT
Our product is designed as a business-to-business concept, which means we primarily sell our glassic water to the hotel industry and the gastronomy.
Glassic water is environmentally friendly.
We eliminate plastic, efficiently use resources, save energy and reduce carbon emissions.
Why customers choose our glassic water
Glassic water has the same price as water bottled in plastic.
We can offer our glassic water at the same price as imported water sold in disposable plastic bottles. This competititve price results from reduced logistics costs and the reusability of our bottle.
Glassic water supports the local economy.
We create local jobs, grow a social business and reinvest our profits into the community by financing clean ups and education campaigns.
OUR PROFITS DO GOOD
Glassic will handle plastic waste that is already out there by supporting the local NGO TrashHero in carrying out systematic clean-ups on Ko Kut.
Beyond creating awareness on the employee-level, we want to collaborate with NGOs and local institutions to establish educational programs and raise systematic awareness for the plastic problem.
Ko Kut is our exciting first project, but we envision to bring sustainable alternatives like our glass bottle to as many regions affected by plastic pollution as possible. For a world free of plastic pollution.
WHERE TO FIND OUR WATER
Our first production site has been established on the thai island of Ko Kut near the shore of Eastern Thailand. Here we are starting our journey of offering circular solutions to otherwise single-use plastic products. With our first location we want to prove our concept. Once it runs independently, we plan to scale to further locations, to tackle the plastic pollution one step at a time.