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Innovative Sustainable Personal Safety Products That  Reduce Plastic Pollution

The entire life cycle of bottled water uses fossil fuels, contributes to global warming, and causes pollution such as microplastic. It's estimated that 86 percent of plastic water bottles used in the United States become garbage or litter.

The simple act of throwing something away like a plastic bottle into a large box marked witBales of Plastics Deemed Non-Recyclableh a recycling sign is enough to make some feel good, like they’ve done their part to help reduce landfill. Unfortunately, many people don't realize there’s a very dirty side to recycling, particularly with water bottles.

Americans buy 50 billion water bottles a year or 100 million plastic water bottles per day. Unfortunately 86% of these water bottles end up in landfill where it takes at least 1000 years to decompose, leaching pollutants such as microplastics into our soil and waterways. As a result, U.S. landfills are overflowing with 2 million tons of discarded water bottles.

Drastically reduce your ecological footprint while simultaneously working towards a more sustainable future.

But don’t fret it, innovative companies such as PIP® (Protective Industrial Products) and Wells Lamont Industrial understand the significance of landfill waste and environmental impact. These global suppliers have created the first of their kind personal safety products that utilize recycled P.E.T. water bottles to construct bio-based, recycled yarn technologies used in industrial work gloves are protective sleeves. Using recycled P.E.T. water bottles – shredded and extruded as a fiber – and recycled polyester yarns (rPET) they’ve created comfortable and cool PPE that performs, feels and protects like their conventional counterparts.

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The sustainable Portwest® Planet and  G-Tek® ECOSeries™ line of coated general-duty and cut-resistant work gloves and Wells Lamont’s made in USA knitted All Day® cut-resistant sleeve protectors feature two new sustainable technologies that are reducing stockpiles of P.E.T. water bottles and their environmental impact.  

Now you can provide your team with sustainable hand and arm protection while protecting the environment with recycled material destined for the landfill. Comfortable, cool and lightweight to wear, this will lead to increased employee acceptance further reducing the potential for injury.

We are proud to bring you products that maximize recyclability and reduce our carbon footprint that matters to our future and planet. MDS also provides a vast line of GreenCircle® Certified biodegradable single-use nitrile gloves and reusable biodegradable chemical protection gloves. Get green today without sacrificing safety or comfort! All you need to do is click the link below ….

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