- 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
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.
Do It Yourself:
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.
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.
Brushes have a diameter of 4″ and a height of approximately 2″
Michelle Wood (verified owner) –
Love these! Super durable.
eaglezfan21 (verified owner) –
Only recently learned most kitchen sponges are made of plastic. Good for dishes and works great on my range top too.
Jane Burnham (verified owner) –