Swap disposable for reusable and save: money, time and the environment!

Sometimes we wonder if it’s really worth swapping disposable items for reusable - reusables seem more expensive and do they really save that much rubbish? Will it actually make much of a difference to our wallets or the environment?

We’ve compared EcoSplat reusable water balloons with different types of single-use water balloons and the results show that reusables come out ahead of disposables which ever way you look at it.

Cost

Compared to everything else that has a claim on our bank accounts, water balloons are a small fraction, but look at the cost difference between single-use and reusables - you will save $100s with reusable water balloons!

Graph showing comparison of cost of water fights between disposable and reusable water balloons

EcoSplat reusable water balloons saves hundreds of dollars, freeing up money during that expensive summer period.

The Environment

Sustainable eco friendly reusable red water balloon high-fiving earth

How much rubbish is produced when the kids have a water fight? With single-use water balloons up to 700 pieces of rubbish every time. But with reusable water balloons there’s no rubbish - the earth loves it!

 

 

 

 

Graph comparing rubbish produced in water fights - disposable vs reusable

And what about time?

With single-use water balloons the kids have 10 minutes of fun but what about you? The adult’s part of water fights is filling the balloons, tying them and picking up those 700 pieces of rubbish! Not to mention remembering to buy more before every sunny summer weekend. With EcoSplat reusable water balloons just dunk in water, throw and repeat. Then at the end of the water fight simply hang them up to dry and you’re good to go for next time! Fun for kids and adults!

Eco friendly water fights for your eco home this summer

 Swapping your disposable water balloons for EcoSplat reusable water balloons makes sense - it saves time, money and the environment. So pick some up today for #wastefreewaterfights!

 

 

 

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