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Reduce, reuse, and recycle are three important approaches of saving our environment. We should reduce use of harmful substances as much as possible. If unavoidable, such products should be reused as longer as possible. Finally, we should recycle these items instead of dumping them into environment.

We all know how harmful plastic products are to the environment. Yet, plastic has become an inseparable part of our daily lives. We, at Bamboo India, have introduced a first of its kind 3R model of handling this issue of plastic products.

You might have heard of reusing and recycling plastic waste. But toothbrushes are never considered a part of waste. They are rather dumped in the garbage, making it more difficult to find and reuse / recycle them.

Firstly, we manufacture and supply Bamboo toothbrushes. This can prevent further production of plastic toothbrushes, reducing the volume of this harmful substance. Secondly, we collect plastic toothbrushes in exchange of Bamboo toothbrushes, following the ‘Reuse’ principle. Lastly, we send these plastic toothbrushes for recycling.

Not only that, Bamboo India is also offering a flat 15% discount on exchange of your old plastic toothbrush with our unique Bamboo toothbrush. So you have a choice and a reason to act now. Everyone can contribute to the cause of nature conservation by reducing, reusing, and recycling plastic products.

Bamboo India has taken up the challenge to reduce one lac kilograms of plastic from the world by end of year 2017. Hence, we are promoting 100% eco-friendly products ranging from daily use items to decorative and artistic articles.

By exchanging your plastic toothbrush with a Bamboo toothbrush, you would be contributing to our mission of making this planet greener again. For more details about Bamboo toothbrush and other eco-friendly Bamboo products, do visit our website

Looking forward to your participation in this drive to save our environment.

Tall Regards,
Team ‘Bamboo India’

Do You Know : 
Plastic toothbrushes are 2nd largest plastic waste generation after plastic bags.
Only in India more than 150 million plastic toothbrushes throw into garbage every month. 
All plastic “toothbrushes” are still existing somewhere in the planet since they started in 1938.