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Planet Renu, Bee's Wrap & National Geographic

We are so excited to announce a new super fabulous, eco-friendly product line at Planet Renu- Bee's Wraps. What are Bee's Wraps you ask? They are the eco-friendly alternative to Saran Wrap or foil. Wrap a sandwich, cheese, produce, and cover a bowl. Use the warmth of your hands to form Bee's Wrap over the top of a bowl, half a lemon, or a piece of cheese. The wrap will hold its shape when it cools, creating a seal. We are also super excited to support a great cause. Bee's Wraps and National Geographic have partnered to create their own Bee's Wraps 3pk. We are selling the new Explorer Pack as part of their “Planet or Plastic?” campaign. This multi-year,...

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Wool Dryer Balls- Going Old School ;)

Sometimes being eco-friendly is going old school. Wool dryer balls are an all natural, chemical free alternative to fabric softeners and dryer sheets. They are reusable, reduces wrinkles, and save on drying time. Put a few drops of essential oil on each ball to give your clothes a fresh scent.Wool dryer balls are available in our online store at #betterfortheenvironment

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Sandals Resorts & Caesars International Phasing Out Single Use Plastics

It's fantastic to see a few big conglomerates begin phasing out their plastic straw usage. Starbucks has started implementing their phase-out plan and this week we learned about hospitality giant Sandals Resort International (SRI) as well as Caesar's Entertainment join the growing fight against single-use plastics. All 19 Sandals and Beaches properties aim to eliminate the 21.4 MILLION single-use plastic straws and stirrers used each year by November 1st. SRI has partnered with Oceanic Global to conduct an in-depth audit and roadmap for the elimination of all single-use plastics at properties. Heidi Clarke, the Executive Director of the Sandals Foundation, stated "Plastic pollution is one of the leading environmental issues in the Caribbean. Sandals and Beaches Resorts are rooted in...

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