Every little bit helps. Recycline, the company who first gave us style-y recycled plastic toothbrushes, has a new line of kitchen products made with 100% recycled materials called Preserve Kitchen. The line includes a colander, a recycled plastic cutting board, a recycled paper cutting board, and recycled plastic food storage containers.
Recycline plastic products are even recyclable in communities that recycle #5 plastics. Unfortunately, most communities around the U.S. don't yet offer #5 recycling, but perhaps demand can change that?
This week we're giving away a Preserve 100% Post-Consumer Recycled Paper Cutting Board (12.75” x 8.3”), plus a set of two Food Storage containers (19oz).
We've been using the Recycled Paper Cutting Board at home and love it's slim profile (great for small kitchens) and knife-friendly, easy-to-clean surface. We try to have as little plastic around the house as possible, so this board is our favorite piece of the line.
For now, the line is only available at Whole Foods Market, but look for it at other retailers next year.
To enter today's giveaway, please post a comment here about your favorite environmentally friendly kitchen tip. Your comment must be posted by 5 p.m. Eastern time tomorrow, Friday November 16. We'll select one winner and email you directly for your mailing address.
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