5 companies changing the cleaning industry

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Did you know that most cleaning products are highly toxic?
It’s time to switch to plastic free and safe options.


5 companies changing the cleaning industry

1. Ocean saver (UK)

This cleaning brand sells plant-based, non-toxic formula cleaning drops that promises to keep your home sparkling and disinfected. The British brand does not include water in their products which makes it more eco since it cuts down water waste. According to their website, one truck filled with their product, equals to 12 trucks of their non-ecological competitors. Their packaging is recycled and purposely reusable. “Plastic saved. Carbon emissions saved. Oceans saved.”


5 companies changing the cleaning industry

2. Veles (USA)

All purpose (refillable and natural) surface cleaner.
Liquid cleaning products are usually over 90% water with a small amount of active ingredients. Both of Veles’ water and active ingredients come from food waste.


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3. Bower Collective (UK)

This brand has a large variety of products, but they are known for their reusable philosophy.

They sell products on plastic-free packaging that are meant to last forever. Each refill of the product is sent in pouches that are meant to be returned to their factory in order to reuse the same pouches with their sustainable and non-toxic product.


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4. Dropps

Tough stains, nasty odors, and fading colors are no match for Dropps Stain & Odor Laundry Detergent Pacs. These are your laundry detergent superheroes— they pack a powerful stain fighting punch, whiten + brighten, and long lasting freshness wash after wash.


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5. Seventh Generation

This B-Corp cleaning company has a variety of cleaning products that are made of real plant-based and natural ingredients and all of its packaging is recyclable and some of their products do not contain any plastic at all.

They are also very active on the social and political scene, fighting against climate change and institutional racism.

Their name comes from their principal mission of transforming the world into a healthy, sustainable, and equitable place for the next seven generations.

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