Innovative, Reusable "Replenish" Spray Bottle Could Disrupt Home Cleaning Market
We love to tout sustainability in the consumer sector, but of the 60 billion pounds of plastic discarded annually, only 7 percent is recycled—meaning that billions of pounds end up in landfills. That said, recycling shouldn't be our only objective; the other Rs (reduce and reuse) should be our primary targets.
"When you buy a spray bottle of normal household cleaner," says founder Jason Foster, "you're basically paying for water and plastic. I kept thinking, why are we wasting money and resources shipping water and plastic. Replenish is a drastic reduction on both counts."
An added bonus is that, once stores start carrying it, they can store far more inventory of pods on their shelves—making it a win for consumers, retailers, and the environment. Order yours here.