Retulp
Made Blue

Retulp is a new Dutch brand of hip, reusable water bottles: a sustainable alternative to water sold in plastic bottles. For every bottle sold Retulp provides 1,000 times as much clean water in developing countries via Made Blue.

1000

Times the contents of each bottle

Ambassador

Of the programme One litre for one litre

2016

ReTulp is ambassador since 2016

About Retulp

ReTulp offers companies and shops with a wide range of sustainable drinking bottles, thermos cups and lunchware.

You can easily order individual products or packages via the site, but you can also have any product printed or engraved.

ReTulp wants to turn off the plastic tap and open the drinking water tap again and has set itself the goal: avoid 20 million plastic disposable bottles and donate 20 million litres of drinking water to people who need it.

We are very proud to say that the number of liters of drinking water we have been able to donate has exceeded our expectations, more than 4% more!

Richard Gabriel, Founder

In the picture

Retulp’s Mission Indisposable 2020: what is the plan?

One litre for one litre

In our program One litre for one litre you can convert the water saving or water consumption of your product, service or organization in an equal amount of litres of clean drinking water in developing countries. Choosing a selection of customers or donating more liters is also an option. Transparency is paramount and we are happy to help you communicate about it!

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