Plastic and glass are not the only packaging options.
Canadian company etee started with one product. Liquid soap - for dishes and hands - packaged in wax pods, shipped in the lightest weight cardboard. Smaller, lighter weight packages mean less fuel is burned to transport products, which means lower carbon emissions.
Just add water and these 1.3 ounces of concentrate become 13.5 oz of ready-to-use, hard-working soap that cleans your hands and your dishes without adding plastic to our water and waste systems.
But you need to do more than just clean your dishes. So they also have biodegradable loofah and cellulose sponges, tubeless toothpaste and plastic free food wrap .
And if you use a dishwasher, you can order a small but mighty package of concentrated detergent for dishwashers.
We want to collectively celebrate etee’s commitment to reduce carbon emissions through innovative packaging. Let’s tell them we appreciate their efforts.
A suggested post is below. You can copy it directly or write your own.
@etee, Thank you for your efforts to reduce carbon emissions through your innovative packaging and shipping. Thank you for considering the full cycle of consumer product delivery, use, and disposal and for making our homes and our planet cleaner.