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3 Companies That Use Recycled Materials To Make New Products

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3 Companies That Use Recycled Materials To Make New Products

Our team here at Recycled & Renewed have uncovered tons of companies out there using recycled plastic, paper, and cardboard to make their products and reduce waste.  We’ll introduce companies making their products from 100% recycled plastic and another company with an inspiring social mission and an environmentally conscious approach to business.

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Four New Recycled Kitchen Products (Summer edition)

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Four New Recycled Kitchen Products (Summer edition)

(Note - Hi everyone - sorry for the long delay between postings, we just moved to a new house...moving with two young children, not recommended!  Anyway, look out for a few new posts as I catch up.) We are reviewing four new products, three made or delivered in 100% recycled plastic, and one that is fully recyclable.  Spoiler alert: only three make the cut to be included on our site. Preserve Food Storage Container and Colander If you have been to R&R before you’ll know that one of our favorite companies using recycled materials is Preserve. You could almost outfit most of...

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Review of Veja Sneakers

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Review of Veja Sneakers
Veja's sneakers have super dope style, are ridiculously sustainable and made with socially responsible practices.  I've been wearing a pair of Veja men's sneakers for 6 months now, let me tell you what I think.

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Switch to Renewable Energy in a Click

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Switch to Renewable Energy in a Click
There are a few choices if you want to switch to renewable energy for your home’s electricity: solar panels, geothermal, etc. But in many states in the US you can switch to 100% renewable energy with the click of a button. 

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B Corporation Criticism - An Elaborate Greenwashing Effort?

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B Corporation Criticism - An Elaborate Greenwashing Effort?
B Corporations have promise and are likely better than the status quo.  However, without significant improvement, the movement probably falls short of what the world needs to solve our most pressing environmental challenges.

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