Wednesday January 29, 2020

Limerick bottled water firm say goodbye to plastic

1st December, 2019
Dinny and Mike Sutton, Ishka Irish Spring Water bottling plant, Ballyneety, County Limerick. Picture: Dermot Lynch

A family-owned bottled water company in Co Limerick is turning back time by returning to using glass bottles.

The move by Ishka Irish Spring Water is part of a planned €11 million investment in sustainable bottling facilities at its Ballyneety plant.

The business produced glass bottles in the 1970s before switching to plastic, but environmental concerns have led to a change in approach.

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