Sustainable Businesses

Industry leaders creating high-quality products made from eco-friendly and recycled material. See below how each company uses your purchase for good.

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Cleancult

While hundreds of cleaning brands claim to be sustainable, none can compare to Cleancult’s innovative re-fill system. Instead of plastic packaging, Cleancult offers reusable glass dispensers for hand soap, dish soap, and more. In addition to your re-fillable dispenser, Cleancult ships their coconut-powered soap concentrate in recycled milk cartons. Switch to Cleancult today and eliminate on average up to 44 pounds of plastic each year.

Eco-Products

One of the most recognized and authentic brands in sustainable packaging, Eco-Products is an industry leader of sustainable disposables. Their mission is to advance zero-waste systems and help their customers be better stewards of the environment. They offer all types of utensils, cups, bowls, straws, and more. Eco-Products uses renewable energy to power their facilities and supports their local community through volunteer efforts and charitable contributions. In addition, Eco-Products fund methane recapture projects through Native Energy, which provides local businesses access to renewable energy financing options while helping them reduce their carbon footprint.

Last Object

Based in Denmark, Last Object invented eco-friendly replacements to cotton swabs, tissues, cotton rounds, and face masks. Their mission is to eliminate single use items by creating reusable and sustainable alternatives. Products at Last Object are created with sustainable yet durable materials, like corn-based compounds. Purchasing a Last Object item reduces the harmful waste degrading our environment; every product sold saves the equivalent of 2Ibs of plastic from entering the ocean.

Allbirds

Allbirds is the pinnacle of high quality, sustainable footwear. Made primarily of an eco-friendly wool fabric, their shoes do not contain any plastics or synthetic alternatives. Allbirds’ packaging uses 90% post-consumer recycled cardboard that serves as a shoebox, shopping bag, and mailer all in one. In addition, Allbirds is a member of Soles4Souls, a charity that collects new and used shoes and redistributes them to people in need.

Lomi

Lomi is the world's first consumer composting machine. Leave food scraps, coffee grounds and other compostable material like bioplastics overnight to find your waste broken down into soil that can be used for indoor plants and gardening. Quiet, odor free and efficient, Lomi makes it easy to reduce your food waste and carbon footprint. Click the link below to pre-order and view their first crowdfunding campaign.

Tentree

Tentree offers sustainable apparel at a lower environmental cost. They only source the best materials with the least environmental impact; Tentree sweatshirts require 75% less water to manufacture compared to other market brands. Tentree believes that one of the best ways to secure a sustainable future is through planting trees. When you buy one Tentree item, they will plant 10 trees on your behalf.

Pela

Pela offers biodegradable, plastic free tech accessories that range from their most popular phone cases, to watch bands, screen protectors, and more. Their innovative designs are composed of biodegradable and sustainable materials including flax straw. Pela products require 30% less water and 25% less carbon dioxide to produce compared to plastic options. Pela aims to create a waste free future supported by their mission of keeping 1 billion pounds of plastic from being made. Pela has made generous donations to organizations like 1% For the Planet, MedShare, Oceana and more.

GreenUp

Want to make the switch to eco-friendly products without the hassle of shopping? GreenUp’s mission is to make it as easy as possible to reduce the plastic in your life with beautiful, sustainable products and innovative solutions. Subscribe to receive 6 boxes a year curated with 4-6 eco-friendly, reusable products. Boxes are designed around major life themes, such as grocery shopping, the kitchen, cleaning the home, and more. GreenUp donates 3% of sales to ocean and plastic cleanup initiatives.

HydroFlask

HydroFlask produces high quality stainless steel water bottles and outdoor equipment. Their products are designed to last you a lifetime; saving you money and eliminating the need for single-use plastic bottles. More than any design award the company has won, they are most proud of their non-profit, Parks For All, which focuses on building, maintaining, restoring, and providing better access to parks. In addition, HydroFlask has supported more than 92 non-profits and donated over $1.5 million dollars.

Who Gives a Crap

Who Gives a Crap is an eco-friendly toilet paper brand making a significant positive impact on our environment. Their toilet paper is free of inks, dyes and scents and made from 100% forest friendly bamboo. While they specialize in toilet paper, they also offer high quality and sustainable tissues, clothes and paper towels. In addition to saving our trees, Who Gives a Crap has donated over $5.7 million to help provide proper sanitation for the 2 billion people in need. Who Gives a Crap donates 50% of their profit to help lower-income and developing countries build sanitation facilities.

Toms

When it comes to sustainable footwear, Toms is unmatched. All of their products are made with sustainable, recyclable and vegan materials. With every purchase, Toms invests a percent back into localities around the world who are working to create positive change in physical safety, mental health and equality of opportunity. In addition to working towards providing clean drinking water, eye services, and safe birth kits, Toms has given almost 100 million pairs of shoes to those in need, worldwide. For every $3 Toms makes, they give $1 away.

Nebia

Nebia re-engineered the shower head to create a high quality, sustainable alternative. Saving almost half the amount of water as a normal shower head, Nebia’s patented spray technology creates the sensation of more water while actually using less. Their goal is to reinvent how people experience water and want to leave the planet in a better place. They believe the habit of conserving should be a delight rather than a struggle, and their shower head enables their customers do just that.

Dropps

Dropps is the industry leader of eco-friendly laundry detergents. Orders of Dropps are shipped in compostable packaging to help keep single-use plastic out of landfills and the environment. Even this shipping process through Dropps is 100% carbon-neutral. Dropps is dedicated to providing an efficient product without toxic chemicals or animal testing, and manufactures all of their products in the United States, where they believe in supporting local communities and ethical wages. By choosing Dropps, you are helping turn the tide against toxic pollution, plastic waste, and animal cruelty.

Wren

An easy and cost-effective way to make a positive impact, Wren is a subscription based service allowing its customers to offset their carbon footprint. As carbon dioxide emissions are the main cause of global warming, it is imperative to fund carbon protection projects to reverse the negative impacts of climate change. Visit Wren's website to calculate your carbon footprint and support a curated collection of climate projects.

PANGAIA

Pangaia is a materials science company on a mission to save the environment. Their goal is to design a better future by creating essential products that use as many sustainable and recycled material as possible. Inventing breakthrough textile innovations, they aim to solve the fashion industry’s environmental dilemma. Pangaia has committed to protecting and preserving earth’s biodiversity through Tomorrow Tree Fund and Bee The Change Fund. Each PANGAIA product purchased results in 1 tree planted, protected or restored.

4Ocean

4Ocean was founded on the belief that business can be sustainable, profitable, and based on community. Their mission is to end the pandemic of oceanic plastic pollution around the world. The sales generated at 4Ocean help to continue their efforts. Their most popular 4Ocean bracelets are created using the plastics and fishing equipment recovered from ocean areas. Every product sold results in one pound of plastic being removed from the ocean.

Patagonia

Patagonia started out as a small climbing gear company. Today the brand is recognized worldwide for its clothing and corporate responsibility. Their goal is to manufacture products while causing no unnecessary harm to help protect the environment. Their Worn Wear Program ensures your gear actually lasts for years without needing to be replaced and set to landfills. Patagonia uses recycled and environmentally friendly materials in its clothing. Patagonia donates 1% of sales to environmental grassroots initiatives across the globe.

Eco Roots

Eco Roots is an eco-conscious, minimalist brand that strives to reduce single use plastics in your home. They offer high-quality and affordable products to help you reduce waste. They offer a vast range of products from bamboo toothbrushes to reusable coffee mugs. Whether you are looking for kitchen and home products to bath and body products, Eco Roots has something for everyone. Their blog is consistently updated with zero waste hacks and minimalist lifestyle tips to help you on your journey to sustainability. Eco Roots donates a percentage of every sale to Ocean Conservancy.