A Three Bluebirds Swedish Dishcloth is more than just a dishcloth – it is an investment in the health of the planet. It’s a step toward a more sustainable way of life. Three Bluebirds is committed to protecting and maintaining our Earth, from its forests to its wetlands, and each purchase supports this mission.
We use a patented material that is certified by international watchdog organizations to ensure a positive environmental impact. Our Swedish Dishcloths combine sustainably forested wood pulp with organic cotton that is free from harmful chemicals. This genuine material is made in a Fair-Trade Certified facility on a river in Europe, and the freshwater is returned to the river cleaner after it cycles through the factory.
Three Bluebirds Swedish Dishcloths hold the following certifications from international regulators:
Not only do our Swedish Dishcloths replace paper towels, which pollute the planet and waste natural resources – our business also donates funding directly to projects that support environmental restoration.
Through our partnership with 1% For The Planet, we restore 20 gallons of water to the Earth for every dishcloth that we sell! This does not include the additional water and resources saved from avoiding disposable products. We contribute to Business for Water Stewardship projects, to support innovative water restoration projects and environmental action around the U.S. We aim to empower our customers to use their dollars to help the Earth.
LOWER SAN PEDRO RIVER HABITAT RESTORATION
We are currently partnered with the Lower San Pedro River Habitat Restoration Project, based near Mammoth, AZ.
This project works to restore the natural conditions of river ecosystems that collect surface water and recharge groundwater below the earth, providing homes for diverse wildlife species.
Image courtesy of BFW.
SACRAMENTO RIVER WETLAND FLOW RESTORATION
Our sales also help fund the work of the Sacramento River Wetland Flow Restoration Project, based near Sacramento, CA.
Their mission is to change, reduce or stop water use in California’s vast wetlands. This project works to protect and restore water for environmental benefits, to nurture wetland habitats for millions of waterfowl.
Image courtesy of BFW.