The EPA estimates that less than 9% of plastic is recycled in the USA. More than 2x that amount is incinerated, and the vast majority winds up in landfills or the natural environment -- where it can take more than a thousand years to break down. Massachusetts, for example, predicts that they will run out of landfill space by 2030 -- a grim outlook that will become increasingly common across other states. There are numerous studies showing the health consequences to humans and marine-life that result from plastic pollution. Despite that, over 8 million metric tons of plastic finds its way into our oceans annually. Stated differently -- every minute, one garbage truck of plastic is dumped into the ocean. By making it easier and less expensive to find plastic-free products -- we are working towards a future without plastic pollution.