Recycline – Kitchen and Toothbrush Products

starRecycline was created to effectively recycle plastic products into reusable goods that are recyclable themselves. You can buy a Preserve toothbrush, use it, and return it to Recycline to be recycled again. They began with toothbrushes, and have expanded into kitchenware. The prices are the same you would find for other products, but the high-quality and ability to recycle provides an added benefit to the consumer and the planet. All Recycline products are made in the USA.

You can find Recycline/Preserve products at Whole Foods, Wild Oats, Trader Joe’s, and online.

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One thought on “Recycline – Kitchen and Toothbrush Products

  1. Thanks for the post, as the designers of the kitchenware line, we are really proud of the good looking green design. What more could you ask for?
    However-if you are looking to buy one of the preserve cutting boards, apple food storage containers or colanders you will have to head to Whole Foods (they have the exclusive through 08)

    You can take a look at them here.

    http://www.recycline.com/products/kitchen.html

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