Great for cleaning baby bottles, wine glasses, reusable drinking bottles and any other of those tough to reach places, this highly durable, non-scratch, multipurpose bottle brush by EcoCoconut is a great addition to your eco friendly kitchen. Product packaging and shipping materials are 100% plastic free, including labels and tape.
All natural, Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified timber used for handle
These brushes have the potential to become fully sustainable, zero waste alternatives to conventional kitchen brushes which oftentimes consist of plastic and other non-environmentally preferable materials.
Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certifications for wood materials used
Notable strategy for waste reduction
EcoCoconut’s raw materials provider has received several awards for socially responsible practices
Product packaging and shipping materials are 100% plastic free, including labels and tape
Ownership claims oversight of OH&S and labor compliance laws abroad
Coconut Husk Fibers
Metal Wiring – connected to the wood base, according to the manufacturer, with a small amount of non-toxic glue that falls under the category of synthetic resins and latex adhesives. Please contact them if more information is needed.
Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Certified Wood
Test all surfaces for scratching. Although these products are marketed as non-scratch some soft or low quality items have been known to scratch easily.
Product packaging and shipping materials are 100% plastic free, including labels and tape.
Although naturally antibacterial, keep in a dry, ventilated area when not in use.
To recycle the entire brush, Terracycle has a program in place. Click on the link below, buy a zero waste kitchen box, start collecting, and when your collection box is full, ship the contents to them. See the link below for more details.
Coconut Husk Fiber – Introduce these fibers into an environment that is suitable for composting. They are 100% plant based and will decompose entirely. Remove them from the metal wiring with a pair of plyers.
Wooden Handle – Remove the metal wiring. Similar to what happens in a natural environment, rubber wood will completely decompose but the amount of time this takes is dependent on things like soil composition, temperature, and the size and density of the object, amongst others. Time frames can range from a few months to a few years. Breaking it down into smaller pieces can accelerate the process of decomposition and this is recommended before introducing it into an environment that’s suitable for composting.
Metal – check to see if it can be recycled with your city or residential recycling program. If not, collect with other scrap metals and take to a scrap yard when it is convenient for you.
Brush and handle combined have a length of 12.5″. Brush has a diameter of 1″ until it reaches the tip at which point the diameter is 2″.