Package Free Pop-Up Opens in Brooklyn and is Dedicated to Zero Waste

Package Free Pop-Up Shop

New Yorkers will soon learn how to make low waste living simple at Package Free. The a pop-up running from May – July in Brooklyn is a collaboration between emerging designer Daniel Silverstein and Lauren Singer, founder of Trash is For Tossers and The Simply Co.  

The one-stop shop will sell a variety of lifestyle items like compostable toothbrushes, tote bags, beauty products that you can buy in bulk and other everyday goods that will help you transition into a zero waste lifestyle. They will also host events like repairing your clothing, DIY soap and pasta making! 


From toothbrushes to tote bags, we are the solution for those who want to reduce their environmental footprint, but don’t know where to start.


 

Dream team 💗 @zerowastedaniel @lucy_biggers @miafermindoza @trashisfortossers at @packagefreeshop

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Learn more at Package Free and visit the shop located at 137 Grand Street in Brooklyn.


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