Bottled Water Industry Statistics
Statistic Verification
Source: Drop The Prop, International Bottled Water Association
Research Date: April 9th, 2015

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Bottled Water Statistics Data
Average number of plastic bottles used per person annually in the U.S.167
Annual spending on bottled water in the U.S.$11.8 billion
Total number of bottles sold annually30 billion
Total number of cases of water sold in the U.S. annually2.6 billion
Global sales revenue from bottled water$60 billion
San Francisco’s tap water comes from Yosemite National Park and is so pure the EPA does not require it to be filtered.
Average cost of one bottle of water$1.45
Total years it would take to have a Evan bottle refilled with San Francisco tap water before it cost $1.4510 years
Total cost of monthly water bills if tap water cost the same as the cheapest water bottle$9,000
Distribution of Water Bottle Money Data
It is estimated that at a cost of $1.45 a water bottle
Where the money goes Amount
Water Bottle Production$0.16
Bottled Water Market ShareShare
Private Label / Other13.4 %
PepsiCo Aquafina10.3 %
Coca-Cola Dasani9.9 %
Glaceau Vitaminwater9.6 %
Poland Spring6 %
Nestle Pure Life5.8 %
Glaceau Smartwater5.7 %
Deer Park3.8 %
Glaceau Vitaminwater Zero3.2 %
Ozarka3 %
Danone2 %
Sparkling Mineral Water Market ShareShare
Private Label / Other21 %
Perrier18.1 %
San Pellegrino15.6 %
Sparkling Ice9.6 %
La Croix8.9 %
Poland Spring4.3 %
Topo Chico4 %
Arrowhead3.5 %
Cascade Ice2.9 %
Crystal Geyser1.9 %

Bottled water is drinking water (e.g., well water, distilled water, Mineral water, or spring water) packaged in plastic or glass water bottles. Bottled water may be carbonated or not. Sizes range from small single serving bottles to large carboys for water coolers.