Plastic Use It is estimated that Americans go through 700 MILLION plastic laundry detergent bottles per year. Only 30% of these bottles make it to recycling facilities. This means 490 million of the laundry detergent bottles end up in landfills or our oceans.
Chemicals Many laundry detergents contain harmful chemicals. Color-stay, brightness, and softening are some of the things we have grown to love about modern laundry detergents. But these features come at a price, to achieve these features harmful chemicals are used. Dyes, surfactants, bleaches, perfumes, and phosphates are some of the chemicals use, all of which are linked to adverse side effects on the body.
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