Ohoo the bottle of the future!

The consumption of plastic bottles of single use It is increasing more and without realizing we are killing our planet earth, since the oceans end up being the landfills not only of the plastic bottles, but all kinds of rubbish.

Even though the plastic with which they are made the bottle is "degradable", more non-biodegradable, its excessive use is increasingly harming our environment. For this reason, they create a highly friendly and original alternative to ingesting liquids.

Can you imagine quenching your thirst with just a water bubble?

Ooho, the "bottle of the future" is a sphere composed by an edible membrane made from plants and algae; so, if you do not want to ingest your 'organic packaging', by disposing of it it degrades in a matter of weeks. For their creation, they used the "spheroification", a culinary technique to shape liquids.

This incredible futuristic project is being carried out in the laboratories of Skipping Rocks Labin the city of London. Their design won second place in the well-known event Lexus Design Awardin 2014.

For the time being sold at concerts and sporting events, in order to be marketed as a bottle of running water in the near future, helping to cease the consumption of plastic.

Oohois designed to consume the whole product, but if you don't want to eat it all, nothing happens, because you only have to absorb the water that is inside the bubble. It has a capacity of 50 mm, sufficient quantity to quench the thirst. Not only do you find these water bubbles, but also for all kinds of liquids, even sauces and condiments.

The cost of these water balls is very low, as their ingredients are natural. Unlike a plastic bottle that only 90% of its value represents plastic. You can even perform your bowling at home!

This solution eco friendlyis open to the public. Any person, company or organization can carry out the production of this product, since its creation was intended to encourage and reduce the consumption of plastics, helping the only planet in which we live.

Encourage you to save our planet!

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