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Eco Fabric - Made From Recycled Water Bottles

Here’s a little bit more about Bumbleride rPET fabrics and the rPET process broken down for you:   Did you know that every plastic molecule produced in the last 100+ years is still in the environment? Estimates suggest that PET or petroleum-based oxo-biodegradable plastics take 450+ years to decompose in landfills because they lack the required UV light to break down. The plastic pollution crisis is real. We work with our factory and suppliers to make only products we really need and strive to reduce the amount of plastic packaging and use of raw/virgin materials.   Using rPET saves energy...

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Neighborhood Cleanup Giveaway

Neighborhood Cleanup Giveaway

Did you know neighborhood trash often reaches local lakes, rivers and oceans? In our hometown of San Diego, CA this is one of the most common sources of ocean pollution. Join us this Earth Month in helping reduce local pollution by cleaning up your neighborhood for a chance to win (1) of (4) $150 Bumbleride Gift Cards*. Let's foster a love for the outdoors and leave our neighborhoods a little cleaner than we found them.    To Enter to Win: Submit a photo on Instagram or Facebook of you or your family helping clean up your neighborhood. Make sure to include @bumbleride tag with...

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Kahi Pacarro on Recycled Fishing Nets

Kahi Pacarro on Recycled Fishing Nets

Meet Kahi Pacarro, Hawaii Director at Parley for the Oceans and Founder of Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii. Kahi and Parley are on a mission to reduce plastic pollution not only in our oceans and on our beaches but more importantly at the source, starting with our consumer behaviors. Parley does this through a multitude of ways including youth education, ocean plastic collection and a global cleanup network. Read on to hear Kahi's thoughts on plastic pollution and how products reusing fishing nets are part of the solution, but not the only solution. Kahi is a wealth of knowledge and we are stoked to have him as part of our Bumbleride Adventurer team and helping us...

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Bumbleride x Aldea Home - Materials & More - Organic Cotton Collection

We chatted with Johanna Bialkin, founder of Aldea Home, on the vision for her business and how she’s out to do good in all things. From supporting local shops in your neighborhood, to buying quality products made from clean materials and giving back to your community.Aldea means “small village” and it was owner Johanna Bialkin’s background in the non-profit sector paired with strong personal values that gave her the desire to create a space which not only offers sustainable goods but also encourages community engagement. From Johanna: “We care about our impact on the world, how our products are made...

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