For greener grins
Radius makes a toothbrush with a replaceable head and funky handle made out of a renewable, plant-based plastic.
Sun, Oct 01 2006 at 9:12 PM
FROM THE SOURCE: The handle of the toothbrush is a combo of an industrial wood or flax by-product and a post-consumer recycled plastic.
Here's something new in the world of eco-brushing technology (yes such a world exists): Radius, which already makes recyclable toothbrushes with replaceable heads, now has an even eco-friendlier version called Source with a funky handle made out of a renewable, plant-based plastic.
It's a combo of an industrial wood or flax by-product and a post consumer recycled plastic that's molded at a high temperature to create a super-durable material that will provide you with years of tooth-cleaning rather than months.
Story by Jacquelyn Lane. This article originally appeared in Plenty in October 2006. This story was added to MNN.com in September 2009.
Copyright Environ Press 2006
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