The average American uses 17.2 gallons of water per shower (the 3rd largest water use in a household). This device virtually displays how much water you're using and your shower time, helping you make better environmental decisions.
Eat a lot of sushi and go through a ton of chopsticks? There's a fix for that. These reusable chopsticks will help reduce your sushi eating footprint while saving you money. They're dishwasher safe, stainless steel, and come in a pack of 5.
Environmentally friendly from the packaging to the actual product. This candle is made of 100% pure Beeswax while the packaging is a recycled Kraft box. The Beeswax candle has 45 hours worth of burn time and is paraffin-free, lead-free, non-toxic and also hypoallergenic.
Drink a lot of hot beverages such as coffee or tea?? This energy-saving stovetop kettle uses less energy than a traditional kettle thanks to it's large base and efficient distribution of heat. It can also be used with an induction cooker resulting in even more energy savings.
With the ability to boil water in just 90 seconds, heat up twice as fast, and use 70% less energy than a conventional cooktop, the Nuwave cooktop sets itself apart from its competition as being both environmentally conscience and efficient.
Instead of using plastic groceries bags the next time you go shopping, why not use a reusable produce bag. These versatile bags can also be used as a beach bag, summer tote, etc. They're also washable meaning you can use it over and over again.
This neat clock never needs batteries or electricity to run (crazy right?!). This eco-friendly clock just needs to be filled up with tap water and it's good to go. Whenever the power goes out, you'll still be able to tell the time. If only they could make this happen for cars..
Making use of recycled materials is also a great way to help make the world a greener place. These cutting boards are comprised primarily of recycled milk jugs, is dishwasher safe, and even comes in recyclable packaging.