DENVER–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Joining household names such a Tesla, Netflix, Uber and PayPal; FloWater today announces its rank in the top 100 on the 2020 Financial Times list of the Top 500 Fastest Growing Companies in the Americas. The list ranks the companies that have achieved the highest growth in revenues between 2015 and 2018.
According to the FT announcement, “The ranking also highlights 500 businesses across the continent for whom innovation and creativity have paid off — attributes that will underpin resilience and enable many of them to thrive once the worst effects of the pandemic are behind them.”
With 5,000 new-tech, advanced purification Refill Stations now deployed across the United States, FloWater has become the water of choice at the likes of Hyatt, Google, Red Bull, PlayStation, Specialized Bikes, Alaska Airlines, Urban Remedy, the Oakland Unified School District and at the Oakland Airport. Surveys show that where FloWater Refill Stations are in use, consumers drink more water, are better hydrated, drink less coffee and sugary drinks and plastic waste is reduced by 80%.
The FloWater Refill Station Advanced Osmosis purification technology transforms ordinary tap water into the world’s best tasting water, while removing up to 99.9% of all impurities, viruses, toxins and heavy metals. Fully self-sanitizing and with “no-contact” dispensing nozzles, FloWater’s drinking water platform is a complete replacement system for single-use plastic water bottles and traditional water delivery hardware like water coolers and 5-gallon jugs.
“We are very grateful for this recognition from the Financial Times,” says FloWater CEO and Co-Founder Rich Razgaitis. “This is really the result of an incredibly committed FloWater team, who have passionately executed towards our vision of a world without plastic packaging, and all of our customers and consumers who have advocated and led the way towards a better water without the plastic.”
Continuing its innovation in providing safer, plastic-free drinking water solutions, FloWater recently introduced infinitely recyclable, Multi-Use aluminum water bottles for self-fill at Refill Stations. Providing retailers an option for a sustainable ‘Grab and Go’ drinking water solution, consumers can now opt for the FloWater Multi-Use bottle and refill over and over again using the same bottle.
FloWater’s near-term plans include a portfolio of consumer products for use at home and on the go.
Incubated in Silicon Valley, FloWater was incorporated in 2013 by a passionate team that is committed to eliminating plastic waste and believes that everyone deserves access to safe, great-tasting water wherever they are, every day. FloWater’s Refill Stations have saved over 300 million plastic water bottles from entering our oceans, lakes, rivers and landfills and are on target to reach one billion by the end of 2022. For more information, visit www.drinkflowater.com and follow FloWater on Facebook and Instagram.