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Four Reasons UNpaper® Towels are Better for the Environment

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Four Reasons UNpaper® Towels are Better for the Environment

The ubiquitous paper towel is a big problem for the environment. Why? First, Americans consume paper towels in vast quantities. According to the Paperless Project, in the U.S., we currently use more than 13 billion pounds of paper towels each year, and that number is steadily increasing. This means that every single day more than 3,000 tons of paper towels are wasted in the U.S. alone. Let’s put that into perspective. 3,000 tons of paper towel waste is about seventeen-and-a-half times as heavy as a house, about thirty times heavier than a Blue Whale, and about 300 times heavier than...

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All About Reusable Paper Towels

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All About Reusable Paper Towels

“Reduce, Reuse, Recycle,” is the old adage we have all heard related to sustainability, and over the last ten years, people and brands have been producing products designed to put the phrase into practice. Reusable Paper Towels are a prime example of a product intended to do just that, with several styles and types available. Marley’s Monsters is the home of the UNpaper® Towel, our version of a Reusable Paper Towel, designed to reduce waste, cut costs, and also fit your unique personality and style. We are often met with a wide range of questions about the efficiency, use, and...

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Meet Marley's: A Conversation with Sarah Dooley Part Two

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Meet Marley's: A Conversation with Sarah Dooley Part Two

Last week on the blog we introduced Sarah Dooley, and her husband Chad. Sarah is the founder of Marley’s Monsters, and has built the company from the ground up. It started in 2013, in her living room, and has now expanded to selling internationally. Sarah now has over 70 employees, a new retail shop in the heart of Eugene, a wood production shop, a warehouse where cutting, sewing, production, and shipping happens. She is constantly looking for new ways to grow and develop, while having sustainability at the heart of it all.  Sarah has worked hard to build Marley’s Monsters...

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Meet Marley's: A Conversation with Sarah Dooley Part One

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Meet Marley's: A Conversation with Sarah Dooley Part One

“It will all be worth it,” Sarah said. “If I could go back nine years and tell myself anything, it would be that this will all be worth it.” In 2013, Sarah Dooley was having her first baby, learning to cloth diaper, and starting a business. Today, she runs a company with over 70 employees, has been featured on major media outlets like Good Morning America, Forbes, and Refinery 29, and her sustainable products can be found globally. But that sort of success doesn’t happen overnight. The nine year journey from humble beginnings to an industry thought leader was full...

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New Year's Resolution

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New Year's Resolution

It's the time of year, where we do a little introspection and evaluate our lives. A resolution is an opportunity to set goals and make small changes to your lives that can lead to making a significant impact on the environment. If sustainability has been on your mind, take the time now to plan ahead and use these tips to help you start a sustainable routine that you can stick to in the New Year! 1. Kitchen Single-use paper and plastic are prevalent in our kitchens today. A few simple swaps will help you on your way to a more sustainable lifestyle!...

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