Households that stock their fridge with popular bottles or canned carbonated beverages & consume on average of about 30oz (2.5 drinks) a day look like this on an annual basis:
Switching to Home Carbonation would look something like this on an annual basis:
Our goal is to create great things that are not only elegant & timeless in their design but also stand the test of time therefore making them much more sustainable. After all, it’s what’s on the inside that matters most.
At a glance: The daily consumption of 2-3 packaged, single use carbonated beverages costs anywhere from $500-$800, annually. Making the switch to Home Carbonation would cost anywhere between $100-$300 based on the same consumption.
This results in approximately $400-$500 worth of savings per year. The machine has paid for itself in the first year and there are still more savings.
It’s simple. The habit of consuming packaged carbonated beverages isn’t cheap, nor is it sustainable. On average, most households consume between 2-3 (12oz) beverages daily.
This creates unnecessary waste at approximately 700-1000 single use bottles or cans annually, per household.
More bubbles, less plastic.
Every minute, one million plastic bottles are sold around the world. Only 9% are recycled - the rest end up in oceans or landfills. One Aarke water bottle can replace thousands of single-use plastic bottles.