BornFree Introduces BPA-Free Recyclable Bottles

By Kristie Turck •  Published 04/28/09 •  2 min read

bornfreerecycBornFree™ was one of the first companies to start producing baby bottles made of BPA Free plastic back when some of us hadn’t even heard of Bisphenol-A.  They are constantly taking the next positive step in baby care items and in the past year have expanded to things like stainless water bottles and pacifiers.

BornFree™ just released another new line of bottles that are totally recyclable, the Eco-Friendly BornFree™ Baby Bottle.  The Eco-Friendly BornFree™ Baby Bottle is made of Polyphenylsulfone (PPSU) which is a BPA, PVC and Phthalate free plastic and each bottle is made new, but can be returned to the company to be recycled into other household products like toys, furniture and household utensils.

BornFree™ Eco-Friendly baby bottles are durable and shatterproof so they’ll last the length of time  you should only replace them / send them in for recycling when you have no more use for them.  To return your BornFree™ Bottle for recycling, just contact them at 1-877-WWW-BORN. BornFree™ will pay for the postage too!

Where to Get Them: If you’re in the market for BPA Free plastic bottles you can pick up the new Eco-Friendly BornFree™ Baby Bottles on BornFree’s website – available in 9 oz. twin packs and 4 oz. twin packs.  They aren’t in stores just yet but I imagine they will be eventually!