1. Brita Bottle Water Filtration System, $10
Tired of wasting money on bottled water? Invest in Brita's new Bottle Water Filtration System. It has a mini filtration system that holds 24 ounces of purified tap water on-the-go.
2. USB Rechargeable Batteries, $18.82
Thousands of batteries end up in landfills each year. You can reduce your carbon footprint by using these USB rechargeable batteries. Just plug them into any powered USB port and your batteries will be charged in a few hours.
3. Reusable Tote, $3+ or OBOE bag, 3 for $21
Last year I wrote about OBOE bags. They are unlike many reusable bags you've seen. You see, they come in various cute designs and are made out of environmentally friendly materials (hence the OBOE acronym: One Bag One Earth). I have one and find that it's the perfect size for a quick trip to the grocery store or as a gym bag. When it isn't in use, you can fold it up into a smaller bag for easy storage in your purse.
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