We are a sustainable lifestyle brand based in Lake Havasu City, AZ; our goal is to provide you with the tools needed to be successful in your own zero waste journey.
To us zero-waste is about making good conscious decisions. Its not about being perfect, it's about being better.
Loretta: Lake Havasu, AZ
I got the travel kit and think it is absolutely genius. Everything is high quality and you get a lot of products for the price. I love that I am supporting a local business who is making a positive change in the world . Would highly recommend.
Emily: Denver, CO
I purchased the stainless steel straws and love them! I received such great and friendly customer service. Kaylee is so passionate and has such a depth of knowledge when it comes to embracing a sustainable lifestyle. Thank you!
Lisa, Tuscon, AZ
We got a four pack and two pack of the straws with carry cases and cleaning brushes. Three for home and three for my purse. We love them. Thank you for making us more echo friendly. Fast shipping and very responsive. Cant wait to see the new products you come out with. thanks again.
Lake Havasu Farmers Market
KAWS, 2144 McCulloch Blvd N next to Grace Arts Live will be held on the 3rd Saturday of the month (except August, 4th Saturday) from 8am-noon.
The Farmers Market will feature rotating vendors each month with a focus on fresh and in-season produce and food. The Market will also feature interactive learning opportunities, culinary creations, freshly baked bread and desserts, soaps, lotions, jewelry and clothing just to name a few.
ZippNada is proud to be apart of this amazing community! We are working with vendors and consumers in creating a zero-waste event. ZippNada will be sorting and separating compost and recycling from landfill with the goal to divert as much as posible.
Plastic Free July
Plastic Free July is a global movement that helps millions of people be part of the solution to plastic pollution – so we can have cleaner streets, oceans, and beautiful communities. Will you be part of Plastic Free July by choosing to refuse single-use plastics?