a step in the right direction 


Bathage is a proud member of 1% for the Planet

 

1% for the Planet is a network of like-minded businesses dedicated to supporting the environment. Every one of these businesses is committed to donating one percent of their total annual sales to environmentally-focused nonprofits. To date, this organization has contributed over $175 million toward a clean, sustainable future. And as a proud member of this group, 1% for the Planet verifies that one percent of our total annual sales goes towards supporting the environment. 

Beyond making a beautiful product, the core of our mission is sustainability. One of the most important qualities of our shower curtains are their washability. Our exclusive fabric is waterproof and antimicrobial, yet you can still give it a wash when you want to refresh your space. Not only does this give our product a life in your home far beyond that of the plastic shower curtain, but it can be recycled if you choose to replace it with a new design in the future.

 

Bathage has a recyling program for used shower curtains. Find details on how to recycle with us here

We are committed to the fight against climate change. To learn more about One Percent for the Planet, please visit their website

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1% for the Planet is an international nonprofit based out of Burlington, Vermont made up of businesses, environmental nonprofits, and consumers committed to solving some of the world’s most pressing environmental issues.

Business members donate 1% of their annual sales directly to one or multiple nonprofits in the 1% for the Planet network. Through the efforts of 1% for the Planet and their business members, more than $150 million has been given to environmental nonprofits since 2002.

Thanks to 1% for helping build strong relationships between businesses and nonprofits!

 
 
 

Meet Our Nonprofit Partner: Rozalia Project


Rozalia Project protects our ocean

 

Rozalia Project believes that the ocean is a vital, thriving shared resource that needs protecting. Through their expeditions onboard the 60′ sailing research vessel, American Promise, Rozalia Project protects and cleans the ocean using technology, innovation, solutions-based research and engaging STEM programs. Bathage chose Rozalia as our nonprofit because of their commitment to cleaning up our seas and studying the impact of marine debris using innovative measures and technology. We look forward to learning from Rozalia Project!

You more about Rozalia Project by visiting their website here.

Rozalia Project's mission is to clean and protect the ocean. This video, by Alex Levin, introduces Rozalia Project through the experience of the ParleyxRozalia Expedition. ParleyxRozalia: An Expedition for the Oceans took place in July and August of 2015 on remote islands and hard to reach shorelines in the Gulf of Maine.

Help stop microfiber pollution with every laundry load, introducing, the Cora Ball


Rozalia Project has developed the world’s first microfiber-catching laundry ball

 

The Cora Ball is a human-scale solution, one that everyone can be part of simply by washing their clothes with the catcher in their washing machines – whether they are in a dorm, in a basement or at a laundromat.

Rozalia Project’s microfiber catcher works in any washing machine – top or front loader, old or new. Just throw it in. The catcher will collect microfibers as well as hair and prevent them from flowing out with the drain water.

This is the first of its kind solution and will make a huge difference protecting the ocean and protecting the human food chain. Early test results indicate that if 10% of US households used a Cora Ball, we could keep the plastic equivalent of over 30 million water bottles out of our oceans, lakes and rivers every year.

Buy the Cora Ball here

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The Cora Ball is the first laundry ball to collect mcirofibers (lint) from the washer. That protects the ocean, its creatures and, ultimately, us. Learn about it on our Kickstarter video and then we hope you'll head over to the Kickstarter Campaign: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/879498424/cora-ball-microfiber-catching-laundry-ball