May 15, 2018 | By Thomas

The wedding of Prince Harry and Ms. Meghan Markle is due to take place on this Saturday 19 May 2018 at Windsor Castle in England. In celebration of the Royal couple's dedication to the fight against single-use plastic bottles, Israeli sparkling water manufacturer Sodastream announced on Tuesday that it was launching a set of exclusive limited-edition bottles sporting miniature “hats”. Each of the five original hat designs is inspired by an iconic look that was previously worn by female royals.

The set of miniature hats has been created using state-of-the-art 3D printing and is 100% recyclable. Some of the bottle hats are inspired from the last royal wedding, for example the hats sported by Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie of York during William and Kate's big day.

The limited royal edition bottles will be auctioned on and bids will be open to royal fans worldwide.

"Tackling ocean plastic pollution should be a top priority for governments, brands and people," commented Hugo Tagholm, Chief Executive of Surfers Against Sewage. "SodaStream's commitment to eliminate plastic and promote reusable bottles is a great step in the right direction towards plastic free coastlines, and sends a strong message to the beverage industry. This fun and quirky project to celebrate the royal wedding further highlights the importance of stopping the single-use plastic epidemic."

"I take my hat off to the royal couple and wish them all the best in their marriage," said Daniel Birnbaum, Chief Executive Officer of SodaStream. "I applaud them for embracing the cause of creating a plastic bottle free world and choosing Surfers Against Sewage as one of their official charities. I hope others will be inspired and join the cause."

The concept was imagined by the Israeli innovation agency, Gefen Team, and developed jointly with SodaStream's Global Marketing Team.



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Daivik Mahamuni wrote at 5/30/2018 9:09:55 AM:

Which 3D Printing technology did they use?

Daivik Mahamuni wrote at 5/30/2018 9:08:53 AM:

Which 3D Printing technology did they use for the process?

Dan wrote at 5/18/2018 7:10:18 AM:

Who cares about these parasitic "royals" that are good for nothings!

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