Because there is no planet B.
It’s time to eliminate plastic waste for good. The technology exists to refill household products right in your nearest store, right now. But you aren't getting access to it. We need your voice in the fight for refill technology.
"The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it"
What is Refill and How Can It Help Save the Planet?
Refill Technology Already Exists.
Help us convince retailers to get it in stores NOW.
Your Voice is the Difference.
Together we can create change.
Speak up! Tell your local retailer you want the CHOICE to adopt change by signing our petition below.
The #WeWantRefill movement is gaining momentum, but more must be done. To show retailers how serious you are about using refill technology, please take a minute to sign this petition to send a clear message to retailers that it's time to refill, not waste.
We will never share or sell your information. This petition will be sent to popular retailers and manufacturers to show them that we do care about the planet and want change! Occasional updates will be emailed to update you on the progress of the campaign.
Join in the conversation!
Share your thoughts about refilling household products and let consumer brands and retailers know that you want the choice to keep plastic out of landfills!
We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors.
We borrow it from our Children.
Your Voice Drives Big Change
Each and every consumer has a voice, but in numbers we are far stronger than we are alone. Refill technology is a step toward sustainability, and it will eliminate millions of pounds of plastic waste every year that is not being recycled. Express your right as a consumer for the choice to refill products you use every day and help us get refill in stores. Refilling soaps, lotions and other household fluids is less expensive, and saves a substantial amount of waste from ending up in landfills. The only thing standing in the way are your local stores. Tell them you want refill, before it's too late.
Things didn't used to be so complicated. Before plastics, before islands of floating trash in the ocean, before global warming was on anyone's radar - and we naturally reused everything without being told to, grandma was using flour sacks to make underwear.