Conscious Containers Cools Off Summer with Eco-Friendly U-TURN 2 TAP Water Bottles

This summer, U-TURN 2 TAP is keeping families hydrated—all while teaching a lesson in environmental responsibility.

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Promote Awareness Through Art


These artfully designed, stainless steel water bottles are available in three sizes—perfect for children, teens and adults—and come with a goal of raising awareness and reducing plastics from landfills.

“Instead of using disposable plastic bottles at the beach, park or on family vacations, take this opportunity to teach your children about small steps that have lasting impacts,” said founder and co-owner Jessica Mulligan. “Our unique collection of water bottles combines this message with chic and fun designs.”

U-TURN 2 TAP provides eco-friendly drinking bottles made of premium quality 304-grade stainless steel and designed with non-toxic paints. Each bottle also comes with a stainless steel loop top and Bisphenol A (BPA) free sport cap.

U-TURN 2 TAP is actively involved with projects promoting the value of art in communities. All bottles feature original designs by eco-artists who share the company’s vision. Earlier this year, the California-based company teamed with artist Ali Sabet in unveiling its new Stitch Bunny & Friends designs.

U-TURN 2 TAP bottles are currently available online at and at select stores. The 12 oz, 16 oz and 27 oz bottles start at $12.95.

For more information on U-TURN 2 TAP, visit

About Conscious Containers

Conscious Containers was founded in 2008 in Laguna Beach, Calif. to create an eco-friendly line of housewares for the natural product consumer. Using sustainable, toxin-free materials, Conscious Containers provides safe, reusable products that minimize unnecessary waste. The company integrates the work of contemporary artists into all product designs to promote the fine arts, as well as environmental awareness. Conscious Containers continues to research innovative ways to enrich the quality of consumer life using sustainable practices.


David Holmes
Conscious Containers
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