Featured on Wired: Looptworks Card Sleeve Wallet

April 25, 2019

11 Everyday Products Made of Recycled Materials

"Making eco-friendly decisions can be tricky. We want to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions and slow the spread of microplastic. But as much as we try to tread lightly on the earth, we still need to wear shoes and clothes, and occasionally drive a gasoline-powered vehicle. In honor of this year's Earth Day, we've highlighted some of our favorite companies and products that are making a few of these decisions just a little easier. If you need a bag, a sweatshirt, or a yoga mat, you can buy these ones knowing that you have the planet's welfare in mind."

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