Tupperware has been "Green" for over 60 years!


What is “Go Green” from MSN Encarta

  • Politics advocating protection of environment: supporting or promoting the protection of the environment
  • Business made with little environmental harm: produced in an environmentally and ecologically friendly way, e.g. by using renewable resources
  • Go Green: to become actively interested in environmental issues and support environmental causes


How?  Three R’s… Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

It sounds simple but it really works. Get in the habit of incorporating the “three R’s” into products you use on a daily basis. This process can have an effect on what you choose to buy. It also affects how you use and dispose of things you already have.


Tupperware is a perfect fit!  

Reduce the amount of products you purchase and save!  Reuse our containers over and over!  And recycle when necessary!

Visit Tupperware's worldwide site for our committment to the environment:

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…Yet of the 14 billion water bottles sold in theUnited States in 2002 (most made from PET), 90 percent wound up in the trash. 

Excerpted from the March/April 2004WORLDWATCH magazine


Insulated Tumbler


Sports Bottle


Impression Tumblers


Bottled water comes in three basic forms. Natural mineral water…Spring and Purified water—essentially the same as tap water—can be drawn from almost any source (surface or underground) and is treated to make it potable.

Excerpted from the March/April 2004WORLDWATCH magazine





Carry your own coffee mug and skip the disposable cups and lids. If you drink five lattes a week, you'll save more than 16 pounds of trash over the course of a year.

Outside Magazine, April 2007


Tupperware’s Commuter Mug


Buy recycled paper towels instead of virgin rolls. If every household in the country did this just once, according to the Natural Resources Defense Council, we'd save 544,000 trees.

National Resources Defence Council




Tupper-Living microfiber towels


·   Reduce:


o  Buy permanent items instead of disposables.


o  Buy and use only what you need.


o  Buy products with less packaging.


o  Buy products that use less toxic chemicals.


·   Reuse:


o  Repair items as much as possible.


o  Use durable coffee mugs.


o  Use cloth napkins or towels.


o  Reuse boxes.


o  Purchase refillable pens and pencils.


·   Recycle:


o  Recycle paper (printer paper, newspapers, mail, etc.), plastic, glass bottles, cardboard, and aluminum cans.




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  • Modular Mates
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  • Vent 'N Serves

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Microfiber towels





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