Beverage brand, VOLNAA, who aims at reducing the carbon footprint by making sure we all use less single-use plastic while being hydrated and fresh plans to expand their horizons and establish themselves in four cities including, Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Goa, and Chandigarh.
Apart from establishing themselves in these metropolitans, they are also planning on making all the International Airport plastic free by substituting plastic bottles with VOLNAA resealable cans which are of 500ml in quantity.
The water is sourced directly from the Himalayas and is enriched with essential vitamins and minerals. It is the highest quality water you can find in the market. The water comes in an aluminium can so you don’t have to worry about leaving a plastic bottle behind that will take 450 years to decompose. Aluminium recycling is both economically and environmentally effective, as recycled aluminium requires only 5% of the energy used to make primary aluminium and can have the same properties as the parent metal. In fact, aluminium can be recycled endlessly without loss of material properties.
Founders of Volnaa mentioned that they want to expand in the said cities is because Delhi NCR, Mumbai and Chandigarh being now metropolitan and Goa being one of the most loves tourists destinations in India encounters a lot of plastic waste in forms of water bottles, to reduce the footprint we plan on expanding in these cities.
Kartik Rajput and Kushagra Sharma co-founded VOLNAA in 2020 to bring natural mineral water with 7.9 pH level sourced from the Himalayas. “VOLNAA means waves and we have taken this term to make India plastic free by serving consumers with natural mineral water in cans,” Sharma said. He added that the product can go from the shelf to the bins and back to the shelf again within a period of 60 days. “Giving a new shape to packaged water, from bottled water to canned water, VOLNAA’s 100% recyclable cans has a new technology to relock the lids,” added Rajput.
Some of the reasons why bottled and packaged water business has seen a growth in India include increasing health concerns, and unavailability of clean drinking water.
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