Household Goods From the Earth <> to the Earth
- 100% organic cotton
- Reusable (machine washable)
- Pocket for filter
- Plastic-Free Hand Soap Concentrate
- 3 Plant based ingredients
- Free from Sulphates, SLS, Phthalates, Sulphites, Synthetics, Colourants or Fragrance.
- 3 Organic travel soap bars
- 1 Organic Beeswaxed storage bag
- 1 reusable (machine washable) paper towel
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From the Earth To the Earth
Etee products are all made with 100% biodegradable, natural materials. Whether it’s the packaging on the outside or the ingredients on the inside, everything is from the earth and goes back to the earth.
Made in Canada & the USA
Our foodwraps, foodbags, liquid soaps, hard soaps, scouring pads, straws and cutlery cases are all made in Canada and the US, which ensures everyone is treated with fairness and fun. And when we have to source elsewhere, we ensure we only work with 3rd party accredited suppliers to ensure quality and care.
90-day Money Back Guarantee!
If you're not happy, we're not happy. That's why we give you 90 days to test our stuff out and if you are unsatisfied, we will either replace, repair or give you your money back. Check out our reviews - people love this about us and we're certain you will too!
Say Goodbye to Plastic.
Join the Revolution™!
Plastic is Toxic
Toxic chemicals leach out of plastic and are found in the blood and tissue of nearly all of us. Exposure to them is linked to cancers, birth defects, impaired immunity, endocrine disruption, and other ailments. Additionally, it poisons our food and water sources.
It Never Goes Away
380 million tons of non-biodegradable plastic is produced worldwide each year and it will take up to 1000 years for that harmful plastic to decompose. It doesn’t break down, it breaks up and gets stored in the fatty tissue of the foods we eat and in the water we drink.
Threatens and Kills Wildlife
Over 260 species, including invertebrates, turtles, fish, seabirds and mammals, have been reported to ingest or become entangled in plastic debris, resulting in impaired movement and feeding, reduced reproductive output, lacerations, ulcers, and death. In our oceans alone, plastic debris outweighs zooplankton by a ratio of 36-to-1.
Plastic Costs Us Billions
Everything suffers: tourism, recreation, business, the health of humans, animals, fish, and birds—because of plastic pollution. The financial damage continuously being inflicted is inestimable. The overall natural capital cost of plastic used in the consumer goods sector each year is $75 billion.