Preserve!


Have you ever heard of Preserve recycled toothbrushes? I’ve been using them for years and wouldn’t use any other kind. Not only are they made from recycled yogurt cups (the bristles are new!), but Preserve worked closely with dental professionals to develop a toothbrush with an ergonomic handle for hard-to-reach places and a three-level bristle arrangement for thorough cleaning. Unlike most toothbrushes, Preserve’s minimize your impact on the environment.

Preserve’s high quality products are made from 100% recycled, BPA-free plastic, are dishwasher safe, and made in the US. Preserve is a company truly walking the walk, totally dedicated to doing the right thing by the earth, including conducting tests to ensure the safety of the recycled plastic. Preserve’s product line includes sleek new razors and a stylish, functional and durable line of reusable tableware and kitchenware like colanders, food containers, measuring cups, and cutting boards.  

Recycling is also a priority of Preserve. In addition to their toothbrush take back program, Preserve collaborates with Whole Foods, Stonyfield Farms, Plum Organics, Keurig and others in the “Gimme 5” recycling program. Gimme 5 bins are placed at 250 Whole Food locations across the county where anyone can drop of #5 plastics including caps from Plum Organics and other similar products, which so often don’t make it into the recycling stream.  Or you can take advantage of their mail back programs.

Preserve has recycled more than half a million pounds of plastic, thereby decreasing waste sent to landfills, reducing use of non-renewable resources like natural gas and oil, and decreasing energy use and carbon dioxide emissions.

What a difference it would make if more companies approached business like Preserve! Support companies doing the right thing without comprising quality. For more information, click here.

 

Special Offer

Take advantage of Preserve’s generous 6-month offer for a 10% discount off any order placed on line before July 15. Simply use the promo code “BWILD” at checkout.

 

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11 responses to this post.

  1. I love these kind of programs. San Jose has a stellar recycling program, one of the best in the nation.

    Thanks for the tips, Betsy.

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  2. I don’t recall seeing that product but will look for it now. I put all my toothbrushes in the dishwasher once in awhile. No heat dry though. We recycle so much here in Portland but it’s good to see someone being proactive in their business with it. Thanks. I’ll go check it out. We have a New Seasons about 15 miles away but Whole Foods is farther. I’m kind of in the outskirts but will keep looking.

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  3. Posted by Tudy & David Hill on January 16, 2016 at 9:19 pm

    Thank you for telling me about Preserve products…now I just need to hope for a local Whole Foods store in the near future!

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  4. This one is news to me! Thanks for the info, Betsy!

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  5. This is GREAT info, I’ll participate and pass it along to my Facebook contacts. Thanks for all you do Betsy.

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