COPENHAGEN, Denmark, Nov. 2, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — In an effort to reduce plastic waste in our oceans, LastObject has announced a Green November campaign which will replace the standard Black Friday sale.

For each product sold during the month, the company vows to remove 1kg/2lb of ocean-bound plastic with Plastic Bank. The goal is to remove a minimum of 10 tons of plastic by the end of the month, as well as reduce the amount of new single-use plastic waste. In addition, Plastic Banks circular economy for plastics provides opportunities for people in developing countries to earn a living through plastic collection.

LastObject founder Isabel Aagaard is on a mission to eliminate single use items by creating reusable sustainable alternatives, starting with LastSwab — the worlds first reusable Q-Tip. Following the success of LastSwab, the brand launched three more products this year: LastTissue, a pack of 100% cotton reusable tissues; LastRound, a set of six reusable make-up pads; and most recently LastMask x Spray, an eco-friendly face mask and sanitizer kit to help fight Covid-19 waste.

One by one, Isabel is tackling the single-use items that have become an unfortunate part of our daily routine. So far she has helped eliminate more than 908 million single-use products since 2019 and she aims to make that 50 billion by the end of 2023.

Learn more and help LastObject reach their goal.

LastObject
The founder of LastObject is a designer from Copenhagen, Denmark. Frustrated by all of the single-use waste, Isabel Aagaard decided to design innovative solutions to wasteful habits that make a lasting impact. LastObject was founded in 2018 and launched its first product, LastSwab, in 2019. Earlier this year, LastTissue was brought to life. As an eco-fighter and power-mom Isabel stands by her products and hopes to to inspire others to be the change and adapt to living sustainably.

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