Every minute people around the whole world are buying a million plastic bottles, and experts are projecting increasing plastic pollution up to half a trillion by 2021. The plastic bottle industry annually uses 50 million barrels of oil to produce plastic water bottles. In addition, they waste 3 x their volume in water during the production process of cooling off the bottles. An estimated 91% of these plastic bottles fall into the landfill.

If people could replace at least some of them with reusable bottles, it would be a solution. The life cycle of a plastic bottle begins with the preparation of raw materials. Most disposable plastic bottles are made from PET (polyethylene terephthalate), a thermoplastic made from crude oil and natural gas. Plastic water bottles will need at least 450 years to decompose. This process is not harmless to the environment and man. Plastic also enters rivers, seas, and oceans, forming sustainable sources of pollution. Estimates that by 2050, there will be more plastic in the sea than fish.

Center for Biological Diversity about Plastic Pollution

The problem is growing into a crisis. The fossil fuel industry plans to increase plastic production by 40 percent over the next decade. These oil giants are rapidly building petrochemical plants across the United States to turn fracked gas into the plastic component. The bottles in the deterioration process produce BPA, Bisphenol A, which ends up in our oceans and drinking water. It means poisoning humans and sea life.

Center for Biological Diversity

The critical situation in Bali.

In 2017, the Government declared the Island’s west coast an emergency zone. Billions of pounds of plastic found in swirling convergences that makes about 40 percent of the world’s ocean surfaces. At this current rate, plastic is expected to outweigh all the fish in the sea by 2050. Also plastic is so durable. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), every bit of plastic needs at least 450 years to decompose. Besides, all five of the Earth’s major ocean are inundated with plastic pollution. It’s either solid plastic or the harmful chemicals emitted from them. For instance, the largest one was dubbed the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.

Now, it’s time to quit using plastic. Firstly, you can replace plastic shopping bags for reusable cotton or canvas. Secondly, instead of plastic straws, you can choose paper, bamboo, stainless-steel, or silicone straws. Thirdly, you can use reusable Eco-friendly and biodegradable cutlery. Also, having reusable water bottles, cups, plates will stop plastic pollution. Check all reusable items and support EcoLivingBali. 


  1. If you think reusing disposable plastic bottles is being environmentally friendly, think again. The chemicals and bacteria leach from the bottles to your water and can get into your body.
  2. Plastic pollution in the world is one of the most catastrophic problems. The unfortunate trend of disposable plastic (bags, bottles, packaging) is gaining toxic momentum. That’s why we urge you to save the planet by purchasing a quality reusable water bottle.
  3. We can add to the risks the lack of control over the quality of disposable bottles and water quality. Buying bottled water every time is expensive. In general, it is much cheaper to pour water into jars closer to the point of sale than to transport from other regions or countries and with frequent cases of falsification of the water itself. If you think about it, all consumable food has a sell-by date; why not your water. Who knows where and when it was bottled. A recent review by JP Freek. 


The risk of bacteria and BPA toxins in porous plastics and caps are high.

Important to realize that the most disposable plastic water bottles are made of PETE or PET (polyethylene terephthalate). In other words, PET (porous plastic) is the most commonly used type of plastic in the world. As a result, they can release heavy metals BPA and substances into the liquid. Also, that affects the human hormonal balance. It is important to remember that it’s not intended for DISPOSABLE; they were designed for recycling. Mainly, if you are going reuse a disposable plastic bottle, keep in mind that harmful chemicals and bacteria, which PET’s adore, can get into your body.

It’s not realistic, for instance, to wash disposable plastic bottles or disinfect it because of temperature instability. It will become prone to chemically breakdown. Also it begin to secrete toxins because soft plastics do not have chemical and temperature stability. As you might notice, the labels on the plastic water bottles have warnings ” “no alcohol – no milk. It also confirms the zero chemical resistance of such bottles even to milk, not to mention alcohol or juices.



There is a widespread misconception that bottled water is cleaner and more beneficial than tap water. But at the same time, some brands of bottled water are plain tap water. Quite often, manufacturers do not adhere to the same stringent standards that apply to tap water. As you might know, manufacturers of bottled water only check the water once a week for the presence of E. coli bacteria. But the city tests the tap water at least 100 times a month.

With this in mind,  the National Resources Defense Council concluded that no evidence bottled water is safer for health than tap water. Also, the cost of bottled water is several times higher than having a water home filtration system.

Generally, for cold beverages and short using time, soft plastic water bottles are suitable. But it’s better to choose reusable bottles. If you want the best reusable bottle – choose Bubi Bottle.

I heard about the company Bubi Bottle through a good friend, and having used one every single day since I got them in January 2017, I can honestly say that they the most versatile bottle you can buy. Not only can they roll up into a package the size of a tennis ball, but they avoid all the normal reusable bottle problems.



Bübi bottle 22 oz (650 ml)

Amethyst Purple
Crimson Red
Gunmetal Grey
Olive Drab
Pacific blue
Rose pink
Seafoam teal
Seaweed green
Sunset orange

Bübi bottle 14 oz (425 ml)

Amethyst Purple
Crimson Red
Gunmetal Grey
Olive Drab
Pacific blue
Rose pink
Seafoam teal
Seaweed green
Sunset orange

Bübi bottle 35 oz. (1 liter)

Gunmetal Grey
Olive Drab
Pacific blue
Seaweed green
Sunset orange

Silicone is the most reliable material on the market for your child, will not break, crack, or blister. Also, it will withstand their daily activity.


Place this bottle into the freezer full, and it will expand, no cracking, blistering, or blowing out the bottom. The Bubi loves the Extremes, hot, cold.


Unlike those made from plastic and glass, this silicone water bottle is flexible and will never break under the most hardcore weather conditions and use.


Convenience is a constant concern in modern society, so we’ve made this bottle capable of withstanding even heat from the bottom rack of the dishwater.


Our bottles meet the FDA, RHol, and Asian standards. It’s bpa-free, microwave safe and heat resistant,; unlike those steel or glass bottles, or plastic ones, ours does not contain dangerous chemicals.


How hot is hot? Our versatile water bottles can handle up to 500 degrees, which means you can place them over a fire and boil water in 12 minutes.


Feeling like using the microwave? Take off the carabiner and heat your water, coffee, or tea without hesitation. The heat will not create BPA.


Tested and approved by an internationally accredited agency. Our silicone water bottles are the safest available, and it does not contain any dangerous heavy metals.

Get your own Bubi bottle today & start your Go Green life!

If you want to know more about Bubi Bottle, explore our website, email us, or call us on (833) 282-4285. We’ll be happy to assist. If you want to share your experience with us, we will be happy to post it. Please contact us to use that form 

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  1. Deep Thacker says:

    Wanted to know that are these bottles recyclable? Using the process proposed by chinese researchers : Breaking the silicone in smaller parts, Burning unitil blackened over alcohol lamp, afterwhich put under hot press to turn into powder which is Hydrophobic. This powder can go back in to the cycle of industry through dewetting sector. Is this possible for this bottles as they are of silicone as well. Also Wanted to know the years till which one BUBI Bottle can be used, before need to dispose it, like is it 10 years, average shelf life of silicone or something else?

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