CleanPath is the first product developed using the Replenish Refill System.
"Traditional bottle designs and the methods of manufacturing, shipping and packaging are inherently wasteful for both consumers and the planet," believes Jason Foster, CEO of Replenish Bottling. "We can turn these problems upside down, both literally and figuratively, with a new refill system that is efficient, affordable and scalable across many brands and categories – from cleaning and personal care to beverages, lawn & garden, automotive and beyond."
Foster came up with the now patented Replenish Refill System™ while ironing a shirt. He realized that a large, clunky, disposable bottle of cleaner was 90% water and under 10% actual ingredients. He envisioned a durable reusable bottle with a built-in measuring cup that would attach to a concentrate refill pod and make multiple bottles worth of cleaner. Just flip the bottle upside down, squeeze concentrate from the refill pod then add water. The design Foster stumbled upon turned an ordinary bottle into a reusable tool – potentially eliminating billions of disposable bottles from landfills, reducing manufacturing costs, saving massive amounts of space, and decreasing C02 emissions and plastic packaging waste by 80-90%.
"Traditional bottle designs and the methods of manufacturing, shipping and packaging are inherently wasteful for both consumers and the planet. We can turn these problems upside down with a new refill system that is efficient, affordable and scalable across many brands and categories."
Find out more about Replenish and it’s goal to eliminate one billion plastic bottles from the environment, remove one billion transportation miles off the roads and prevent one billion chemicals from entering the land, sea and air.