With every choice we make, we carefully consider the impact it will have on the environment and how it will leave a better planet for future generations. This includes not only what products we create, but how we manufacture them, what materials and ingredients we use, and how we package and ship them to their destinations.

Reusable vs. Disposable

Our products are created not only to save time and money, but to save the earth as well. Our microfiber cloths and mop pads, dryer balls and stainless steel straws help reduce the use of disposable options like paper towels and mop pads, dryer sheets and plastic straws. Shop Now >

Every day, more than 51,000 trees are cut down to feed the paper towel habit of North America.

Better for the Planet

Our microfiber and cleaning solutions help eliminate the need for harmful chemicals that can seep into the ground and waterways, causing damage to the environment. Shop Now >

Keeping Plastic Out of Landfills

Many of our microfiber products are made from 50% - 91% recycled microfiber yarn—we have repurposed over half a million plastic bottles! And, instead of throwing microfiber at the end of its life into landfills, we offer the option to convert it into renewable energy through our Microfiber Recycling Program. Learn More >

How Is Recycled Microfiber Yarn Created?


Bottles are cleaned 


Bottles are melted into


Pieces are crushed and
melted into pellets.


Pellets are spun into
thread to make amazing
recycled microfiber yarn.

Keeping Plastic Out of the Oceans

An estimated 8 million tons of discarded plastic flows into the world’s oceans every year. Our plastic is sourced from qualified suppliers who actually remove plastic from the waste stream before it can enter the ocean. Regular on-site inspections verify the sources of all raw materials. Shop Now >

Many of our Norwex bottles use OceanBound plastic that was
at risk of entering the world’s oceans

More Ways to Help

Our offices and manufacturing facilities are designed to be eco-friendly. In North America, 100% of our energy comes from renewable sources and we have saved over:

31,000 trees

709,000 gallons of oil

13,062,000 gallons of water

7,650,000 kilowatt hours of energy

6,158 cubic yards of landfill space



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