A simple switch to Eco I-phone cases
The billionth I-phone was sold last year, in less than a decade! With that, cables and plastic phone accessories are being introduced. Ever wonder what happens to all the I-phone cases you go through with all the I-phone upgrades? It’s one more accessory that lands in the bin, that harms the planet.
We can avoid wasting by purchasing sustainable cases. There are a few on the market, some made of bamboo, some of recycled materials. Here’s one I recently acquired for myself and my tribe which I am very happy about called Pela Case.
They are made with starch-based bio polymer, recycled materials and flax straw waster for added strength. Flax waste is also shock absorbing. So you might even increase the life of your latest I-phone. In addition, their phone cases are 100% biodegradable and free from BPA, lead and other nasties.
Pela’s mission is simple:
Reduce the amount of plastic waste created by consumer products
Alleviate our dependency on non-renewable fossil fuels and oil-based plastics
Educate people about plant-based, sustainable alternatives that are both functional and beautiful
Build the kind of company our customers would be proud to rally behind
With every purchase on Pela shop, they offer $3 towards a charity of your choice to organizations like World Wildlife Fund, Amnesty International, Unicef and more AND they are giving a 20% discount to my friends off all products! What’s not to like?
What colour will you shop? I couldn’t help but get a couple to switch and share.
Here’s to a better future through mindful consumption!