These Genius Organizers Are Made From 100% Recycled Plastic—And Sets Start at Less Than $30
Clear plastic bins provide aesthetically pleasing storage for produce, canned goods, and other kitchen staples. But if you're worried about the environmental footprint of this organizing method, you're in luck. There's now a more sustainable way to organize with clear bins, thanks to a collaboration between the home and gardening site The Spruce and the organizing product brand iDesign. The storage and organizing line, available on Amazon, now includes products made exclusively from post-consumer recycled plastic.
The Spruce by iDesign collection offers a simple, stylish approach to kitchen organizing, and you can ease your environmental conscience knowing that each product saves 50 water bottles from a landfill. And since the containers are BPA-free, they're great for storing ready-to-eat fruits and veggies in the fridge.
The recycled plastic organizers are shatter-resistant and highly durable, so they can last through years of bumps and drops without breaking. The lidded bins are also completely transparent, making it easy to see exactly what's inside. Plus, integrated notches help prevent excess moisture from building up in the container, which helps keep produce fresh.
The kitchen organizers are sold in sets of three, four, five, and seven, all of which offer a variety of sizes and uses so you customize your fridge or pantry organization according to your needs. Some of the bins feature movable dividers so you can sort and store multiple ingredients in the same container, while others are specially designed for storing berries, eggs, or cans. Built-in handles make them easy to tote from the fridge to the countertop, and the stackable design helps maximize storage space.
Grab a set for your pantry or fridge to get organized while helping to keep plastic out of landfills.