A few key brands are ditching hard-to-recycle or single-use packaging in favor of materials like paper and metal to help consumers curb waste without forgoing their favorite food & bev
From Coca-Cola to Corona, these companies incentivize recycling to encourage greener consumer habits and give back to the planet
In response to consumer demand, brands from Gillette to Nespresso are taking responsibility for the waste their products generate, establishing new circular business models
Heritage and startup fashion retailers alike are creating guides, programs and more to further incentivize consumer recycling and repurposing of apparel
The personal care retailer's in-store campaign encourages consumer recycling in partnership with social impact enterprise Plastics for Change
Knickey is encouraging sustainability by offering its subscribers the chance to trade in used intimate apparel for a free new pair
London's DabbaDrop implements re-usable metal tiffin tins in order to package its meals without plastic, offering consumers plastic-free food delivery via bicycle
The premium water brand is testing out a collapsable dispenser made from thin plastic that is easy to recycle and co-created with consumers
The beverage retailer's dispensary system uses mobile technology to enable customers to personalize hydration goals and track environmental footprint
The tech co is not only investing in its robotic phone recycling program to help more consumers curb electronic waste, but is also launching a Material Recovery lab in Austin to further its sustainability research
Called The Loop, the fully sustainable sneaker is part of the sportswear retailer's efforts to reduce shoe-making waste, designing a pair of kicks that are "made to be remade"
Taking sustainability to the next level, refillable and non-toxic household product brand Blueland is set to disrupt an entrenched industry by changing consumer behavior
The DTC retailer aims to offer an eco-friendly alternative to the hype cycle of sneaker culture
The thrift retailer's newly launched repurposed collection leverages trends in sustainability and exclusive access by encouraging shoppers to reclaim the word 'secondhand'