Day 190 – There are products made from recycled material popping up everywhere. Unfortunately, many people are not finding these sustainable options. They are not the first items that popup when you start your search. More times than not, you really need to seek them out. They are out there!
Today’s post is about a company called Fab Habitat. Their rugs are made from recycled plastic. Plastic that would have ended up in the landfill. Since the creation of Fab Habitat, they have recycled millions of bottles and plastic containers, turning them from trash to rugs.
They ensure that everything they manufacture is GoodWeave certified and made using fair trade principles, meaning no child, forced, or bonded labor and no harmful chemicals or dyes. Good Weave is a nonprofit organization founded by Nobel Prize winner Kailash Satyarthi, dedicated to ending child labor in the carpet industry and offering education to children in weaving communities.
Fab Habitat is a proud supporter of Navjeevan Society, a charity based in Aurangabad, India. The Navjeevan Society is focused on bettering the lives of individuals with special needs.
So, if you’re looking for some home decor that helps the planet and those in need, consider a company like Fab Habitat. They are doing their part to be responsible citizens and business owners.
Tomorrow, breaking free from plastic pollution.