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    Celebrate Earth Day With These 21 Products Made From 100% Recycled Material

    Make the Earth a better place this Earth Day, one trendy product at a time.

    1. This decorative record bowl made from an old vinyl:

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    Vinylux takes old, warped, and damaged records and turns them into decorative bowls. The best part? Any left over vinyl scraps are recycled and turned back into brand new records.

    Get it from Vinylux for $28 or Amazon for $28.

    2. This phone case made from recycled plastics and environmentally friendly inks:

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    Besides the fact that they're made from 100% recycled materials, they're slim, flexible, and durable!

    Get it from casesbycsera on Etsy for $15.77.

    3. This yoga mat made from reprocessed wetsuits:

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    SUGA found an amazing way to take the non-biodegradable material used to make wetsuits and convert it into zen yoga mats.

    Get it from SUGA for $79 or Amazon for $84.99.

    4. This beach set made out of recycled plastic:

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    Not only is this adorable, kid-friendly beach set made from 100% recycled materials, the packaging is also eco-friendly and printed with soy ink.

    Get it from Green Toys for $21.99 or Amazon for $21.99.

    5. These cool drinking glasses made from the bases of old glass bottles:

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    Want to spice up your dinner party? These glasses are a great, unique way to impress guests!

    Get a set of four from Oenophilia for $20.

    6. These super chic flats made with yarn converted from plastic water bottles and carbon-free rubber:

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    These fun flats are all about being eco-friendly! Not only are they made with reclaimed materials, but they are 3D knitted as well!

    Get a pair from Rothy's for $125.

    7. This reusable coffee cup made from reprocessed, food-safe silicone:

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    This product comes in a bunch of fun colors like teal, purple, and red. The company will also take back old ONYA products and remake them into new products.

    Get one from ONYA Life for $19.95.

    8. This watch made from recycled natural wood and reclaimed stainless steel:

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    Additionally, this watch is completely free of toxic chemicals and makes an amazing gift. WeWood ensures that all wood is reclaimed so not a single tree is cut down in the process.

    Get one from WeWood for $199 or a similar one from Amazon for $93.01.

    9. These trendy sunglasses made from fishnet plastic:

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    Sea2See takes recovered marine plastic and turns all of the "waste" into sunglasses! Don't worry, the lenses have 100% UV protection too.

    Get a pair from Sea2See for $117.05.

    10. This iPad case made from upcycled Italian leather:

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    This is a durable product perfect for your fourth generation iPad or iPad mini. It also has a lifetime guarantee!

    Get one from Looptworks for $35.

    11. This reusable grocery bag made from post-consumer plastic bottles:

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    Not only is this bag eco-friendly, but it is durable too, holding up to 40 lbs. of groceries.

    Get one from ChicoBag for $13.99 or from Amazon for $8.99.

    12. This rug made from premium reclaimed plastic:

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    Cute throw rugs don't always have to be expensive and uncomfortable on your feet. FabHabitat's rugs are trendy, affordable, and eco-friendly.

    Get a 4' x 6' rug from FabHabitat for $51 or from Amazon for $51.

    13. This storage pouf that is made from recycled plastic:

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    This multi-functional storage seat can be used indoors or outdoors.

    Get it from FabHabitat for $119 or from Amazon for $119+ (available in five patterns).

    14. This on-the-go mug made with a blend of recycled plastics:

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    This mug can keep drinks cold or hot with its double insulation!

    Get one from Aladdin for $10.99 or two from Amazon for $19.95.

    15. These cozy socks made from eight post-consumer plastic bottles:

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    These adorable and comfortable socks not only keep your feet warm, but they help save the environment as well.

    Get a pair from Recover for $14.

    16. This hammock that's made with 30 recycled plastic water bottles:

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    What better way to get in touch with nature than by lounging in a 100% recycled plastic hammock?

    Get one from Yukon Outfitters for $79.99.

    17. This baby sling also made from recycled water bottles:

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    Having a baby doesn't mean you have to stop being trendy! It's also a HUGE plus when your baby products are safe AND eco-friendly.

    Get one from Beachfront Baby for $74.99.

    18. This bathing suit made from recycled nylon:

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    Why not save the planet while you're out splashing in the ocean? The Seea has super cute bathing suits with a bunch of different patterns and styles.

    Get one from The Seea for $145 or from Amazon for $145.

    19. These swim trunks made from durable, water-repellent, recycled fabrics:

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    Who knew environmentally friendly swim trunks were this stylish?! With its recycled and organic fabrics, Greenlines promises to provide the most comfortable boardshorts around.

    Get a pair from Greenlines for $57.

    20. These tassel earrings made from textile cotton scraps:

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    The Tonlé team goes to remnant material markets to collect scrap before they end up in landfills.

    Get a pair from Tonlé for $20.

    21. And finally, this wristlet made from fabric scraps and upcycled vegan leather:

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    Not only is this cute wristlet made from recycled fabrics, but all other materials are upcycled — zero-waste FTW.

    Get one from Tonlé for $44.

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