Coca-Cola experiments with BYOB (aka bring your own bottle)

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After a successful pilot on the Georgia Institute of Technology campus in 2017, DASANI PureFill stations can be found at Ohio State University and the University of Central Florida / Credit: Coca-Cola
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After a successful pilot on the Georgia Institute of Technology campus in 2017, DASANI PureFill stations can be found at Ohio State University and the University of Central Florida / Credit: Coca-Cola

Alongside innovations in recycled content and renewable plastic, the company's Dasani brand is expanding pilots of its water dispenser line, PureFill

One of the world's biggest beverage companies is asking consumers to BYOB: bring your own bottle, that is. Coca-Cola last week announced plans to expand its Dasani PureFill water dispenser line, adding...

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