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Pela Swway Sunglasses
Pela Swway Sunglasses

Pela has done it again and made sunglasses that have 33% less CO2e Emissions, 34% less water usage, and 82% less waste than conventional sunglasses and packaging.  Their plastic-free sunglasses are stylish and environmentally friendly.

Replaces 1 conventional plastic sunglass pair

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ThredUP

Our favorite online thrift store that is finding new life for gently loved clothes.  Fashion waste is a major contributor to global pollution; the average person throws away 70 pounds of clothing each year, and 95% of that could be reused or recycled.  ThredUP connects used garments to new owners at crazy low prices. They will even give you store credit for your donations.

The sky is the limit... isn't it time to clean out your closet?

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Pela Cases

Over 1 billion phone cases are sold every year and the vast majority of them are made from hard plastic that cannot be recycled. With new phone designs being released every year, we continue to have to replace our protective cases for our devices.  Pela has created a terrific phone case that works just as well as its plastic counterparts, but is actually backyard compostable within 6 months - 2 years.

Each case replaces one plastic phone case

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Dyper

Over 27 billion disposable diapers are thrown away every year in America alone.  Dyper is on a mission to change that.  These bamboo-based diapers are phthalate-free, lotion-free, PVC-fee, alcohol-free, latex-free, chlorine-free, and perfume-free. They are soft and absorbent to handle your baby’s biggest accidents. 

As good as that sounds, Dyper goes one step further. They offset the entire diapering journey from manufacturing to shipping and partner with RePurpose Global by contributing a percentage of every product purchase to plastic reduction efforts, making their product plastic neutral. 

Saves 100 synthetic diapers per box