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4 Things You Didn’t Know About Plastic Bags

 April 22, 2021

  Happy Earth Day! This is our last post in our five-week Earth Month series. Get the facts about single-use plastic bags, and find the very best zero-waste swaps (at a discount and through giveaways) to help you kick the plastic habit. Get the Facts: Single-Use Plastic Bags 1. Plastic bags disproportionally impact vulnerable communities…Read the full article

Five Surprising Facts About Your Disposable Coffee Cup

 April 15, 2021

  As we countdown to April 22, get the facts and the best zero-waste solutions at a discount and through giveaways to help you tread lightly on the planet. This week let’s talk about the easily replaceable disposable coffee cup. Get the Facts: Disposable Coffee Cups 1. They pollute our planet at a staggering rate…Read the full article

Get Plastic Bottle Facts and Learn Why You Should Ditch Disposables

 April 8, 2021

  We’re counting down to Earth Day by sharing facts and offering the best reusable solutions at a discount and through giveaways to get you started. This week let’s focus on water bottle pollution and why you should choose to reuse. Get the Facts: Single-Use Plastic Bottle Pollution Half a Trillion Used Every Year In…Read the full article

Plastic Straw Pollution and Why You Should Stop Sucking

 April 1, 2021

  We’re counting down to Earth Day by sharing facts and offering the best reusable solutions at a discount and through giveaways to get you started. This week let’s talk about plastic straw pollution and why you should stop sucking. Get the Facts: Plastic Straw Pollution Plastic Straw Numbers are Staggering Single-use plastic straws have…Read the full article

Three Reasons Why We Should Stop Eating Out Of Trash

 March 25, 2021

More than 50 years ago, the first Earth Day saw 20 million Americans marching for our planet. It’s a time when customers look for ways to reduce their impact and that’s where we come in. We’re counting down to April 22 and celebrating the world’s largest environmental movement by sharing facts, and offering the best…Read the full article

Four New Single-Use Plastic Bans to Follow

 October 21, 2020

Single-use plastic, one of most pervasive sources of pollution, is being banned by states and countries around the world. Time to stock up on reusables as the movement to reduce waste heats up. Canada will ban single-use plastic items by the end of next year | CNN Canada plans to ban single-use plastic like takeout…Read the full article

Single-Use Plastic in the News

 November 7, 2019

The movement to refuse, reuse and refill is heating up. Get the latest news about single-use plastic including research and tips: How you can reduce your plastic exposure | The Washington Post Plastic is everywhere, and now we know that we’re exposing ourselves to tiny plastic particles regularly when we drink, eat and breathe. Find out…Read the full article

Straws are the Gateway Plastic: These Three Products Might be Next

 February 10, 2019

Plastic Straw Bans Take the Lead. What’s Next? The ubiquitous and often unnecessary plastic straw has been seen as a symbol and a gateway plastic—helping to jumpstart changing behavior to reduce other single-use items. As awareness grows about plastic straws, staggering facts and images about plastic pollution hit front-page news (see the CBS 60 Minutes special),…Read the full article

Responsible Goods for Back to School: The Best Picks and Tips

 August 1, 2018

Gearing up to go back to school can be stressful if you’re trying to tread lightly on the planet. Conventional school supplies, disposable sandwich baggies and packaged food wrappers usually head straight to landfill and stay there forever, breaking down into small pieces that pollute the environment. Cheap, single-use plastic products for young students also…Read the full article

The History of Plastic and Today’s Reuse Revolution

 June 27, 2018

Plastic’s Revolutionary Start In the 1860s a New York firm offered $10,000 to the person who could invent a substitute for ivory, and this spurred John Wesley Hyatt to develop a plastic polymer called celluloid. It was a revolutionary discovery seen as helping the environment by conserving natural resources and reducing the need for tortoiseshell, horns and…Read the full article