Our Partner Brands Have Earned Our Respect

Our Partner Brands Have Earned Our Respect

From transparency within our supply chain to verifiable certifications, at EcoBranders, we operate with mindfulness in every aspect of our business - including the strict product criteria brands must meet to join our family. 

Here are some brands that have exceeded expectations and earned our respect:



You may know them as the original reusable water bottles, but we know them as much more. They prove their commitment to nature and global communities through waste reduction and recycling, ethical and transparent sourcing, the use of sustainable materials, and securing clean water for underprivileged communities through the Nalgene Water Fund. 

Fast Facts about Nalgene: 
  • the Nalgene Sustain water bottles are made from 50% plastic waste 
  • almost all materials and manufacturing are within the US
  • 8 single-use water bottles were recycled in the production of one Nalgene Sustain bottle 
  • the Nalgene Water Fund donated more than $400,000 to domestic communities struggling to access clean water
  • suppliers must adhere to strict standards of accountability and transparency in Nalgene’s Supplier Code of Conduct 
  • Nalgene commits to responsible sourcing, prioritizes human rights and equal opportunity, as well as supports supplier diversity 


Storm Creek

Storm Creek is a woman-owned, eco-friendly outdoor apparel company making Better Product for the Greater Good. 

“From recycled fabrics, to mindful tailoring to fine details, we weave sustainability and innovation into everything we do.”

Storm Creek offsets carbon emissions, bands restricted chemicals and supports ethical sourcing practices from certified partners. They also turn waste into material by collecting post-consumer plastic bottles worldwide and chopping them down so they can be melted into beads, which are then spun into yarn and woven into fabric. 

Fast Facts about Storm Creek:
  • upcycled over 36,000,000 plastic bottles
  • member of 1% for the Planet
  • mitigated over 106.3 metric tons of CO2e from the atmosphere since 2022 
  • fabric is made of 75% recycled material
  • collaborates with UPS to reduce carbon pollution during shipping 
  • educates customers through their Storm Creek Sustainability School™  

View Storm Creek’s 2023 Impact Report*



Minimal, sustainable, functional, and enduring: the four principles the premium drinkware company, MiiR, stands for. From materials to manufacturing and manufacturing to distribution, they work to minimize their impacts across every stage, while also tracking their emissions to reach net zero by 2023. MiiR Products are mindful of design and focus on product durability, replaceability, recyclability, and circularity.  

MiiR is committed to giving more and taking less. This means prioritizing business practices and strategies that preserve the long-term viability of people and planet.”

Fast Facts about MiiR:
  • they are a certified B Corporation and Evergreen company 
  • a partner with 1% for the Planet 
  • their packaging uses FSC Certified materials made from 90% post-consumer recycled cardboard
  • joined the PrAna’s Responsible Packaging Movement 
  • MiiR honors transparent supply chains adhering to fair labor practices, a shared value in sustainability, and contributions to mindful distribution 
  • measures their carbon footprint through Carbon Neutral’s 3-Step Process
  • offers a takeback program called Re:Claimed 
  • to date, donated $4,446,177 in forms such as grants, sponsorships, and impact investments

View MiiR’s 2023 Impact Report*


Everywhere Apparel

Everywhere Apparel is a sustainable clothing brand dedicated to reducing environmental impact through its innovative approach to garment production. Their garments are designed to save millions of gallons of water, divert waste from landfills, and lower carbon emissions, all while producing zero microplastic pollution. Committed to global sustainability, Everywhere Apparel provides material systems and solutions to help brands track toward science-based targets and achieve climate neutrality goals.

Fast Facts about Everywhere Apparel: 
  • Everywhere collects deadstock fabric and material waste to create new material 
  • created a take-back program in the form of a QR code garment tag for consumers to recycle their unwanted garments 
  • provides circularity solutions for brands and end-of-life strategies 
  • offers eco-friendly screen printing 
  • uses Circot™  yarn, one of the most sustainable apparel fibers in the world 



econscious is a clothing brand committed to sustainability, offering eco-friendly apparel made from organic, recycled, and ethically sourced materials. Their products aim to reduce environmental impact while promoting ethical and responsible fashion practices.

Fast Facts about econscious:
  • works with factories adhering to wage, child labor, overtime, health, safety, and environmental standards and regulations 
  • entire supply chain is a member of SEDEX
  • econscious headquarters is fully powered by renewable energy 
  • member of 1% for the Planet 
  • partnered with Brown and Williams Environmental LLC to discover the most environmentally responsible printing method 

View findings from Brown and Williams Environmental*



Prodir is a leading manufacturer of high-quality, customizable writing instruments based in Switzerland (FYI, the only country on earth that includes the rights of plants in their constitution). With a focus on design, innovation, and sustainability, Prodir offers a wide range of pens that combine functionality with style. Known for their attention to detail and commitment to environmental responsibility, Prodir pens are popular among businesses, organizations, and individuals worldwide for their reliability and aesthetic appeal.

Fast Facts about Prodir:
  • the first company to offer ballpoint pens made from plastic-free biopolymers (PHA) 
  • supply chains share the same values in sustainability, are socially responsible, and are reducing complexities to ensure easier traceability 
  • have pens made from recycled plastic, PHA, molecular recyclates, recycled seashells, minerals, as well as non-fossil, vegetable raw materials (PLA)
  • offers eco-conscious notebooks contributing to sustainable conservation and helps support responsible forestry 
  • Prodir has won 20 awards such as the BPMA Writing Instrument Product of the Year, iF Product Design Award, and BPMA Promotional Pen Award 2022

View Prodir’s Environmental Product Declaration*

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