RPET plastic is very sustainable, as it can be 100% completely recycled: bottle, label, and cap.
This means that RPET bottles have a lower carbon footprint than Virgin PET bottles, and it takes less energy to recycle and create an RPET bottle than to manufacture a Virgin PET one.
Recycled PET bottles are just as light as Virgin PET bottles, and much lighter than conventional glass bottles of the same size. This means that they help to cut down on fuel costs during transport, conversely lessening C02 emissions to the environment. Another advantage to using RPET plastic bottles is that they are virtually shatterproof, and are a packaging material that is both safe and hygienic to use for food and beverages like water. Additionally, the recycling of PET bottles means that they are not thrown into landfills to cause more pollution, but are a form of post-consumer waste that becomes a useful commodity in manufacturing again: this in turn allows companies to deliver and meet environmental and sustainability goals set by the government.