Cleancult Unveils Game-Changing Refillable Aluminum Bottles to Cut Down on Plastic Waste

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Cleancult, the folks on a mission to make cleaning greener, have come up with a nifty idea that could help us kiss single-use plastic bottles goodbye. They’re rolling out a range of dish soaps, all-purpose cleaners, and hand soaps in refillable aluminum bottles, and these aren’t your average household items.

These refillable aluminum bottles are set to disrupt the cleaning product industry by being the very first of their kind in the dish soap and all-purpose cleaner categories, available in mass-market retail. Cleancult’s goal? To reduce plastic waste in our cleaning routines by a whopping 90% by pairing these aluminum bottles with their 100% recyclable paper-based refill cartons.

Ryan Lupberger, Cleancult‘s CEO and Co-Founder, gets it: making the eco-friendly choice should be easy and convenient. He said, “We are excited to expand our relationship with Walmart and now partner with Albertsons to bring plastic waste alternatives to their shoppers as part of their own healthy planet and people initiatives.”

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Cleancult’s “refill over landfill” approach is shining through. They’re now offering their all-purpose cleaners and dish soaps in refillable aluminum bottles in select Walmart stores across the United States, where you can already find their paper-based refill cartons. The best part? They’re priced at under $5.00 and come in 16 fl. oz. sizes with delicious Lemon Verbena and Wild Lavender scents. These bottles are meant to be refilled, reused, and enjoyed indefinitely.

That’s not all. Cleancult is teaming up with Albertsons Companies to bring their 12 fl. oz. Hand Soaps and refill cartons in Lemon Verbena and Wild Lavender to around 2,000 stores nationwide. These aluminum hand soap bottles aren’t just eco-friendly; they also look good on your countertop. Plus, they can be refilled and reused, making them a wise choice for the planet and your wallet.

Suzanne Long, Chief Sustainability and Transformation Officer for Albertsons Companies, is pretty stoked about the partnership, saying, “At Albertsons, we’re continually looking for opportunities to expand our sustainable product selection and reduce unnecessary packaging, which is why we’re thrilled to introduce Cleancult’s refillable aluminum hand soaps to our customers.”

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Cleancult and their pals at Walmart and Albertsons want to tackle the plastic waste problem head-on. With less than 5% of plastic getting recycled in the U.S., they’re determined to democratize circularity. Their goal? Reduce plastic waste on store shelves, make sustainable cleaning a no-brainer, and keep prices competitive. With this expansion to 70,000 distribution points, Cleancult is becoming a leader in the sustainable home and personal care scene.

You can find Cleancult’s refillable aluminum line in-store and online at Walmart and Albertsons, as well as on their website and Amazon.

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Founded in 2019, Cleancult has been hard at work finding clever ways to reduce single-use plastic waste in our daily cleaning routines. They’re all about eco-friendly packaging, using 100% recyclable paper-based cartons and eternal aluminum bottles that can be refilled again and again. Their commitment to sustainable, biodegradable ingredients means their products are top-notch for eco-conscious consumers.

But Cleancult isn’t just talking the talk; they’re walking the walk. Their entire product lineup is Plastic Neutral Certified by rePurpose Global, and they’re proud partners of U.S. Plastic Pacts, How2Recycle, and Sustainable Packaging Coalition. Walmart even gave them the nod by naming them a Giga-Guru for their contributions to Project Gigaton™. And let’s not forget, they’re the proud winners of the 2023 Best Cleaning & Organizing Award from Good Housekeeping.

You can find Cleancult products in over 70,000 locations, including Walmart, Albertsons, Kroger, Walgreens, Harris Teeter, and Amazon.

Curious to learn more about Cleancult and their eco-friendly solutions? Head over to www.cleancult.com. Follow the green movement on social media @Cleancult and join the crusade against single-use plastic bottles.

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