Dopper presents limited stainless steel bottle collection in gold, silver and bronze

With the European Men’s Football Championship in Germany, the Olympic Games and Paralympics in Paris, the European Handball Championship, the Ice Hockey World Championship and many other tournaments and competitions, 2024 is a real super year for sports. Regardless of who ends up on the winner’s podium, one thing is clear: we all win when water packaged in plastic loses. Dopper’s mission is to ensure that less plastic waste ends up in the oceans. With the new, shiny bottles, the Dutch company shows what real champions look like.

About the limited Dopper Steel collection

The entire collection is Cradle to Cradle® certified in bronze, includes 490 ml or 800 ml bottles and is made from 90 percent recycled stainless steel. The ultra-light, robust and easy-to-clean drinking bottles are dishwasher safe (up to 65 degrees) and perfect for all adventures and sports and still look stylish. The new bottles will be available from 22.95 euros at the beginning of March 2024 in the Dopper web shop, on Amazon or in the Dussmann cultural department store.

Be a role model as the host nation of an international sporting event

This summer, the international sports public will be looking to Germany for the men’s European Football Championship. It is questionable whether Germany will be at the top at the end of the tournament. However, Germany is already at the forefront when it comes to consuming water from single-use plastic bottles. According to Nielsen, more than 6 billion liters of water from disposable bottles (still water only) were consumed in Germany alone in 2023. Given that German tap water is the most strictly monitored food and is available everywhere in this country, this makes no sense! Let’s show the world that we can do better and fill tap water into reusable drinking bottles.


Because packaged water slows progress in access to tap water. In 2021, the packaged water industry (still water only) had sales of $270 billion. A 2022 UN report found that less than half of what the world pays annually for packaged water would be enough to ensure access to clean tap water for hundreds of millions of people. The report also finds that the expansion of packaged water markets is slowing progress toward clean, safe drinking water for all. If we don’t change our behavior, an estimated 27 million tons of plastic waste per year will end up in the world’s waterways by 2040. Dopper is at the forefront of brands trying to stem the tide and put an end to single-use packaged water.