Pennsylvania Startup Seeks to Save the Oceans

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Glass water bottle company launches initiative to aid ocean cleanup

We're excited to roll out our charitable initiatives. We've got a great product with a portion of the proceeds going towards great causes., a glass water bottle company, announced they are rolling out a new program where 10% of all net proceeds will be donated towards The Ocean Cleanup, the largest oceanic cleanup effort in history, and other charitable organizations, such as Plastic Oceans. Daniel glass, dedicated to providing a plastic bottle alternative, focuses not only on keeping its customers healthy, but the environment, as well.

Every year, Americans consume more than 8.6 billion gallons of plastic bottled water. Of these bottles, only 75% of them are recycled, contributing to 90% of all ocean trash being plastic. This roughly equates to 8 million tons of plastic entering the world’s oceans every year. Purchasing one reusable glass water bottle can prevent the purchase and consumption of more than 240 plastic bottles a year.

Daniel glass is committed to providing customers with a high quality, BPA-free glass water bottle in a stylish and colorful silhouette. Customers can learn more about ocean pollution and clean-up efforts as well as help raise awareness by visiting

About daniel glass:
The idea for daniel glass was born when one of the founders was walking the pristine beaches of his island vacation. Looking for seashells, he stumbled across plastic water bottles that had washed up on the beach. Research led him to the reality that plastic pollution is very harmful, not only to the environment, but also to our bodies. With the help of his partners, they designed a stylish plastic and metal bottle alternative, fitted with a colorful silicon sleeve and an opening large enough to accommodate full sized ice cubes. The concept was simple: fight pollution on two levels. Bottle purchases will prevent the manufacture and consumption from plastic containers, as demand shrinks and a portion of profits help fund various ocean cleanup organizations who are remedying the existing pollution problem.

To learn more about the company and their charitable causes, contact Jaron Nalewak at 1+484-269-8147 or email,, or visit the website at


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