ABOUT LAST OBJECT
Single-use items are something that pokes us all in the eye! The massive quantities they are produced in, all the resources being used to produce them, pack and distribute, to simply be discarded after one use! Disposable cotton swabs are a perfect example of it, with 1.5 billion of them being used every day causing serious marine pollution.
This is a frustration that led Isabel Aagaard to do something about it! Using her designer background she decided to create something innovative to help replace wasteful everyday habits, and make a lasting positive impact. In 2018. Last Object was born with LastSwab as the first invention of the company. It was an immediate hit as more than 30,000 backers bought the LastSwab during their initial crowdfunding on Kickstarter and Indiegogo. Now they are on a mission to find single-use items with the largest negative impact and transform them into reusable ones.
LastObject was founded with the idea of reducing single-use items. Every year, trillions of single-use plastic products are consumed and thrown away - often ending up on the beaches and in the oceans harming marine life. Creating reusable alternatives is essential to our environment and the company recognized that.
Sustainability is their guideline for everything they do: consideration of people and planet in every action they take from the purpose of the product, production process to packaging and shipping of their products.
LastSwab is crafted from TPE and corn, it’s stored in a bio-based carrying case and it’s designed to replace up to 1000 single-use cotton swabs. Last tissue on the other hand is made with 100% GOTS Certified organic cotton with a silicone case and will replace 3100 disposable tissues. So just imagine how much waste you could help reduce by switching to their reusable alternatives. It doesn’t stop there! LastRound is produced in one of the most environmentally friendly factories in Europe.
When it comes to our planet’s issues every little bit matters and bringing more awareness is the way to do it and that’s what LastObject is all about!
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