B.Y.O.Towel with PeopleTowels to Stop Waste Before it Starts


PeopleTowels are reusable personal hand towels that are 100% certified organic, made from patent-pending Fair Trade cotton that’s absorbent and dries quickly. A sustainable alternative to paper towels in public places, the machine washable towels for those on-the-go come in a variety of unique designs and are printed with eco-friendly dyes, and because of their durability and light weight, can be easily introduced into any lifestyle so everyone can do their part in reducing their carbon footprint.

With the huge impact of disposable paper towel consumption on deforestation, water pollution and global warming, PeopleTowels’s mission is to empower individuals and companies alike to replace paper towels with reusable PeopleTowels to “precycle” – stop waste before it starts.

The concept of personal hand towels is an idea borrowed from the Japanese who have been using them for decades; there are usually no paper towels in public facilities in Japan, a country with very limited space for waste disposal. PeopleTowels is hoping to spread their concept of “B.Y.O.Towel™” for use after hand washing in public facilities to form a simple, small eco-habit that has a tremendous positive environmental impact.

Join the People4PeopleTowels Ambassador Program to earn cash rewards and more by spreading the B.Y.O.Towel message and introducing friends and family to PeopleTowels. Click here to learn more.

If you’ve checked out their store and don’t find exactly what you’re looking for, click here for information on designing your own PeopleTowels.

Thank you PeopleTowels for making our world wonderful.

LET ME KNOW, REPLY BELOW: How many paper towels do you think you use each day?


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