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Preserve

Responsibly Recycled

Have you ever thought about what happens to old toothbrushes after they’ve been replaced with new ones? Most of them wind up in landfills -- but not toothbrushes from Preserve. The toothbrush handle is made from 100% recycled materials (the bristles are made from new nylon), and each set of four comes with three postage-paid mailing packs so you can return your used toothbrushes for recycling.
Preserve
Preserve
Responsibly Recycled

Have you ever thought about what happens to old toothbrushes after they’ve been replaced with new ones? Most of them wind up in landfills -- but not toothbrushes from Preserve. The toothbrush handle is made from 100% recycled materials (the bristles are made from new nylon), and each set of four comes with three postage-paid mailing packs so you can return your used toothbrushes for recycling.

That’s the whole idea behind Preserve: To make use of recycled materials and turn them into products people want. Eric Hudson founded Preserve in 1996 and teamed with dentists and engineers to refine the Preserve Toothbrush, the company’s first product made using recycled plastics. Since then, Preserve has expanded its lineup and is making a range of personal care and kitchen products -- including razors, colanders, cutting boards, and tableware -- out of used materials

All of Preserve’s plastic products are recyclable, and they’re made in the U.S. Design is paramount -- there’s no sacrificing style or usability for eco-friendliness. The textured surface of the cutting board hides knife marks, for instance, and funnel spouts on the mixing bowls make it easy to pour batter and sauces. Eric is equally passionate about building an environmentally responsible business as he is about creating smart, well designed solutions. His dedication makes it easy to choose Preserve.