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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

Healthy and Delicious Meal Prep Recipes

 January 8, 2021

Meal planning is trending these days as we spend more time at home, so we’re sharing the best meal prep recipes to begin the new year. Start with meal-size containers that are safe in the freezer, oven and dishwasher. Stainless steel meal prep containers are lighter and sturdier than glass, and also come in plastic-free, leak-proof…Read the full article

12 Sustainable Gifts for Everyone on Your List

 December 4, 2020

Shop your values with feel-good, sustainable gifts Every season we search high and low to find sustainable gifts that align with our mission to tread lightly on the planet. We focus on smaller brands we know well, and choose practical gifts that get used up, or inherently help reduce waste in our daily lives. See…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

The Latest Single-Use Plastic News

 August 11, 2020

The reuse revolution is making headlines, especially during our current pandemic. Here’s the latest single-use plastic news: Your Used Mask Needs to Make It to the Trash Can | The New York Times What do we want our planet to look like post pandemic? Let’s not let the virus be an excuse to waver from…Read the full article

Environmentalists for Black Lives Matter: The Link Between Racial and Environmental Justice

 June 9, 2020

In this country, people of color are most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, pollution and toxic waste. The events surrounding George Floyd’s heartbreaking death have caused us to rethink our commitment and change our mindset so that we are not simply just non-racist, but working to be anti-racist. We want to keep learning…Read the full article