The following is a sampling of a few of the many fine websites offering recycled and environmentally preferable products. This is for your information only and does not constitute an endorsement of any products or companies.
Black Earth Compost – made in Massachusetts from local food scraps. Also raised bed kits.
Buy Nothing Groups – The only truly green “product” is no product. Buy less and share more – this is the world’s gift economy platform. It’s free and everyone is welcome.
Check Gallery – recycled paper checks
Chico Bags – recycled plastic reusable shopping bags with small built in pouch
Clean River Recycling Solutions – recycling cabinets made from 100% recycled plastic
Curiosities Greeting Cards – recycled paper greeting cards
Enviroglas – Recycled glass flooring, countertops and surfaces
Going Zero Waste – product and lifestyle recommendations that make efforts to adopt “zero waste” habits easier
Life Without Plastic– alternatives to plastic products, such as bamboo straws
Marcal Paper Products – recycled paper household products
Marine Layer clothing upcycles used tee shirts in its Respun line
More Fun, Less Stuff Catalog – Idea booklet from Center for a New American Dream
My Eco Bags – pouches of reusable shopping bags
Office Depot – wide selection of recycled office products
Preserve – attractive personal care, kitchen and reusable partywares made from recycled yogurt cups, Brita filters and other #5 plastics. Preserve also takes back its products to recycle again. Made in Waltham!
Quill.com – green office supplies and cleaning products
Real Goods – off-grid living supplies
Seventh Generation – household products
Solemate Socks – socks and other knitted wearables made in USA with recycled yarn
Songbird Tweets from Gardener’s Supply- birdseed ornaments
Staples – wide selection of recycled and environmentally preferable office products
United by Blue – responsible, durable goods (clothing/outdoors)
Used Rubber USA – wallets, briefcases, backpacks and planners made from postconsumer inner tubes
Who gives a crap – “good for your bum, great for the world” – recycled and bamboo toilet paper and other paper products