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Eco-friendly household products with Blueland

Eco-friendly household products with Blueland

Blueland sources eco-friendly household products for you!

14 billion pounds of our trash is dumped into the ocean each year. Sarah Paiji Yoo, CEO and co-founder of Blueland, is on a mission to make a difference on plastic waste.

Cleaning up the planet starts with cleaning up your homes, which is why Blueland creates cleaning products for all around the house. Buy the bottle once, fill it with water, drop a cleaning tablet in, and get cleaning (while being eco-conscious).  

“My journey to use less single-use plastic began when I became a new mom. I was horrified to learn that all the plastic I was throwing away was contaminating our water supply and generating hundreds of microplastics in the water and food I was feeding my baby,” she said.

“I founded Blueland with the belief that we shouldn’t have to sacrifice a clean home for a clean planet. Our mission is simple, make being eco easy with innovative products in reusable packaging that are convenient, effective and affordable.”

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California testing solar-paneled canals

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