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Spritzer celebrates 30 years, first in Malaysia with its plant-based bottles

We had been to Spritzer Ecopark at Taiping, Perak years back - it was informative and the factory is amazing. Kids has also learnt a lot from it. Spritzer EcoPark was opened to the public in July 2015. The park features various recreational, educational and tourism-related activities and attractions includes jungle trekking, bird-watching, golfing at an 18-hole mini golf course, a visitor gallery, guided tours of the company’s water bottling process and more.This year Spritzer celebrates its 30 Years of Natural Goodness as a leading producer of bottled natural mineral water in Malaysia. 

Its a part of Spritzer corporate social responsibility and to create awareness among the public on the importance of embracing sustainability as a lifestyle, hence erected a Spritzer EcoPark in the midst of this facility, where visitors are welcomed to relax and unwind in quiet, surrounded by natural flora and fauna in their original environment, undisturbed by humans.

This is the park last year when we went and the company had recently planted over 16,000 trees at the park to enhance its biodiversity.  

During the recent Spritzer’s 30 Years Anniversary roadshow at Sunway Pyramid from August 22-25, Dr. Chuah Chaw Teo, Spritzer’s director of R&D, said that environmental preservation has been at the core of the company’s operations from its earliest history. “It is with this concern that Spritzer took the initiative to invest in a vast landbank measuring 330 acres, approximately the size of 266 football fields, surrounded by a pristine tropical rainforest, located far away from all pollution and creating a safe zone around our water source, hence protecting the integrity, quality, safety and purity of its natural mineral water,” he said, elaborating that the company’s natural mineral water is untouched by human hands, from source to bottle. 

Dr Chuah explained the importance of protecting the environment for a brighter future.
Moving forward and to ensure environmental sustainability of its operations, Spritzer is investing in a fully-automated warehouse that is equipped with green building features, and is expected to commence operations early next year, This warehouse, also being built at our current site in Taiping, costs over RM45 million, and will feature state-of-the-art equipment, smart connected systems and leverages on IoT to drive greater efficiency in our operations.

Visitors to the roadshow can learn more about the company’s efforts toward greater sustainability and take part in the various programs and activities prepared such as potting plants with Spritzer’s mineral water, photo booth, tea mixology, cooking demonstration and more. 

Spritzer’s mineral water bottles comes with a special ‘twist and turn’ feature, making the container collapsible which would save up to 57% of space in a recycling bin.

Sparkling water mixology
Spritzer also introduce ACILIS, a new silica-rich natural mineral water from Spritzer that comes in plant-based bottles that are non-toxic and compostable ̶ a first in Malaysia. These plant-based bottles are eco-friendly as 30% of the plastic material used to make them come from the fibre and other discarded, unused parts of the sugar cane or corn. Moreover, manufacturing these bottles produces less CO2 emissions, while the bottles are 100% recyclable.

The plantation DIY booth where we can reuse Spritzer water bottle to plant, and using Spritzer water that contains minerals speed the growth of the plant.

Upon completion of 4 stamps, one can redeem a mystery gift.
Grand Prize Winner of the Eco Art Competition Ang Li Qin received her prize from Dr Chuah.

One of the artwork from the contestant of Eco Art Competition

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