KITCHEN ALTERNATIVES

A PORTION OF EVERY PURCHASE IS DONATED TO

THE NATIONAL RESOURCES DEFENSE COUNCIL​

how many plastic soap and cleaner bottles are under your kitchen sink? switch to reusable containers and buy

refills in paper-Based cartons.

Reuseable bottles require cleaning. This bottle brush is made of sustainably harvested beechwood, with bristles made of light, sanitized pig hair.

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Instead of plastic wrap, use biodegradable, reusable beeswax food covers.

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For single-serve coffee without the machine, use a coffee dripper. A favorite of connoisseur.

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Unlike some so-called "compostable" plastic alternatives, these kitchen bags will actually decompose in your home compost bin.

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These reuseable bamboo-based paper towels come in plastic-free packaging.

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Biodegradable plant-based sponges are just as effective as their plastic versions.

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This stainless steel straw straw comes with its own cleaner and carrying case.

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Our mothers kept their tupperware for decades. try these sturdy glass containers that you can keep for decades.

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It's pretty rare that we really need a disposable bag that zips closed. these waxed sandwich bags are just as convenient for most uses.

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The bristles on this dish brush are made from tampico fibre (from the agave palm tree) mounted on a sustainably harvested beechwood handle. The brush head is replaceable.

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Ditch the plastic wrap with reusable cotton bowl covers.

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Keurig alone sells over 10 billion plastic K-cups per year! But single-serve Keurig coffee makers also work with these reusable pods that you fill with your own coffee.

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This copper pot scrubber is durable, machine-washable, and 100% recyclable.

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Absorbent cleaning cloths made from 100% organic bamboo, in biodegradable packaging.

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A reusable water bottle prevents the need for disposable containers on the go. Stainless steel will last a lifetime, and has a 70% recycling rate.

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These lids convert your old mason jar into a reusable soap dispenser.

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For those times when you really need a sturdy zip-locking bag, these reusable silicone pouches do the trick.

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Keep reusable mesh produce bags handy, to avoid using plastic produce bags in the store.

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