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Environmental Impact

Our environmental impact.

Our
environmental
impact.

We believe in the power of a
planet-friendly clean.

We’re committed to the innovation of sustainable designs that enhance everyday wellness and hygiene, while protecting our Earth’s most valuable resources.

We believe in the power of a planet-friendly clean.

We’re committed to the innovation of sustainable designs that enhance everyday wellness and hygiene, while protecting our Earth’s most valuable resources.

We believe in the power of a planet-friendly clean.

We’re committed to the innovation of sustainable designs that enhance everyday wellness and hygiene, while protecting our Earth’s most valuable resources.

The future of water.

The global population is predicted to expand by 2.5 billion people by 2050, putting a significant strain on freshwater supply (which makes up just 3% of the water on Earth’s surface). As a result, water demand is expected to increase by 55%—making conservation more crucial than ever before.
At Brondell, saving water is always top of mind. That's why we design showers that reduce water usage, reverse osmosis water filtration systems that operate with less wastewater, and a full range of bidets—from affordable attachments and handheld sprayers to pampering electronic seats. Because toilet paper uses more than just old-growth trees during manufacturing—it's a water-intensive process, too. We're helping you live more sustainably. And that feels better already.

Saving water with every shower.

Our Nebia Corre showerheads have already saved over 500 million gallons of water—with billions of gallons more to come. Our patented, water-saving technology is engineered to deliver optimal spray coverage, warmth, and droplet velocity, while saving up to 50% of water as compared to standard showers.

Water filtration built for impressive wastewater reduction.

Our water filtration systems make it easy to leave bottled water behind. Globally, over 100 million disposable bottles are used every day, and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that only 30% of these bottles are recycled. That’s a lot of single-use waste—and it’s important to know that plastic bottles themselves have a water-heavy footprint. A 16-ounce bottle requires up to 1.5 gallons of water to manufacture.

Along with reducing contaminants, our water filtration systems can help you reduce dependency on throwaway plastic, saving water and energy, and keeping trash out of our rivers and oceans. Fill your reusable container with safer, tastier water for superior on-the-go hydration—it’s as easy as turning on your tap.

The future of water.

The global population is predicted to expand by 2.5 billion people by 2050, putting a significant strain on freshwater supply (which makes up just 3% of the water on Earth’s surface). As a result, water demand is expected to increase by 55%—making conservation more crucial than ever before.
At Brondell, saving water is always top of mind. That's why we design showers that reduce water usage, reverse osmosis water filtration systems that operate with less wastewater, and a full range of bidets—from affordable attachments and handheld sprayers to pampering electronic seats. Because toilet paper uses more than just old-growth trees during manufacturing—it's a water-intensive process, too. We're helping you live more sustainably. And that feels better already.

Saving water with every shower.

Our Nebia Corre showerheads have already saved over 500 million gallons of water—with billions of gallons more to come. Our patented, water-saving technology is engineered to deliver optimal spray coverage, warmth, and droplet velocity, while saving up to 50% of water as compared to standard showers.

Water filtration built for impressive wastewater reduction.

Our water filtration systems make it easy to leave bottled water behind. Globally, over 100 million disposable bottles are used every day, and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that only 30% of these bottles are recycled. That’s a lot of single-use waste—and it’s important to know that plastic bottles themselves have a water-heavy footprint. A 16-ounce bottle requires up to 1.5 gallons of water to manufacture.

Along with reducing contaminants, our water filtration systems can help you reduce dependency on throwaway plastic, saving water and energy, and keeping trash out of our rivers and oceans. Fill your reusable container with safer, tastier water for superior on-the-go hydration—it’s as easy as turning on your tap.

Providing a solution to toilet paper waste.

Every day, old-growth forests are cleared to turn trees into toilet paper—up to 27,000 trees per day. This process uses a tremendous amount of water and energy, while polluting the air and freshwater supply. Our bidets are designed to reduce the environmental impact of toilet paper, while keeping you cleaner and more comfortable than toilet paper alone. And our Bamboo Bidet Towels offer a plush, pampering pat dry after your wash is complete, reducing your dependance on TP even further.

Americans use 36.5 billion rolls of toilet paper every year, requiring:

15m

Trees for pulp

(a native forest the size of Lake Tahoe)

473B

Gallons of water.

(more than NYC uses in a year)

17.3

Terawatts of electricity

(enough to power 53,000 homes for a year)

The average bidet wash uses only 16 ounces of water.

It can take up to 37 gallons of water to manufacture a single roll of toilet paper. The switch to a bidet does more than boost personal hygiene and protect trees—it can help you lower your environmental impact through meaningful water conservation, too.

Providing a solution to toilet paper waste.

Every day, old-growth forests are cleared to turn trees into toilet paper—up to 27,000 trees per day. This process uses a tremendous amount of water and energy, while polluting the air and freshwater supply. Our bidets are designed to reduce the environmental impact of toilet paper, while keeping you cleaner and more comfortable than toilet paper alone. And our Bamboo Bidet Towels offer a plush, pampering pat dry after your wash is complete, reducing your dependance on TP even further.

Americans use 36.5 billion rolls of toilet paper every year, requiring:

15m

Trees for pulp

(a native forest the size of Lake Tahoe)

473B

Gallons of water.

(more than NYC uses in a year)

17.3

Terawatts of electricity

(enough to power 53,000 homes for a year)

The average bidet wash uses only 16 ounces of water.

It can take up to 37 gallons of water to manufacture a single roll of toilet paper. The switch to a bidet does more than boost personal hygiene and protect trees—it can help you lower your environmental impact through meaningful water conservation, too.

Providing a solution to toilet paper waste.

Every day, old-growth forests are cleared to turn trees into toilet paper—up to 27,000 trees per day. This process uses a tremendous amount of water and energy, while polluting the air and freshwater supply. Our bidets are designed to reduce the environmental impact of toilet paper, while keeping you cleaner and more comfortable than toilet paper alone. And our Bamboo Bidet Towels offer a plush, pampering pat dry after your wash is complete, reducing your dependance on TP even further.

Americans use 36.5 billion rolls of toilet paper every year, requiring:

15m

Trees for pulp

(a native forest the size of Lake Tahoe)

473B

Gallons of water.

(more than NYC uses in a year)

17.3

Terawatts of electricity

(enough to power 53,000 homes for a year)

The average bidet wash uses only 16 ounces of water.

It can take up to 37 gallons of water to manufacture a single roll of toilet paper. The switch to a bidet does more than boost personal hygiene and protect trees—it can help you lower your environmental impact through meaningful water conservation, too.

We stand for sustainability.

We stand for sustainability.

Designed with the planet in mind.

We’re passionate about improving every aspect of your bathroom routine, while keeping our sustainability initiatives at the forefront of our designs. Our cutting-edge technology helps conserve the planet’s resources. So whether you’re relaxing beneath a steamy shower, enjoying a pampering bidet wash, or filling your glass with freshly filtered water, you can trust that you’re lowering your environmental impact.

Seeking out sustainable materials.

We’re prioritizing planet-friendly designs—like our Corre Handshower, which features recycled ocean plastics in its Magnetix™ mounting dock. Our re-invented Bathe category includes a full range of low-impact bathroom accessories, including:

  • luxury towels manufactured using 95% less water
  • shower curtains made from recycled plastic bottles
  • reclaimed cotton bath mats
  • infinitely recyclable bathroom shelving

Proud members of 1% for the Planet.

Healthier people and a healthier planet go hand-in-hand. Our membership with 1% for the Planet ensures that we’re doing our part to help future generations thrive. One percent of every transaction—no matter how big or how small—supports selected nonprofits that are giving back to the Earth.

Minimizing our impact at every touchpoint.

We disassemble and recycle unsellable products, keeping the environment in mind.

  • electronic components are removed for proper recycling
  • reusable parts are kept and restored to reduce waste
  • plastic components are recycled appropriately

Designed with the planet in mind.

We’re passionate about improving every aspect of your bathroom routine, while keeping our sustainability initiatives at the forefront of our designs. Our cutting-edge technology helps conserve the planet’s resources. So whether you’re relaxing beneath a steamy shower, enjoying a pampering bidet wash, or filling your glass with freshly filtered water, you can trust that you’re lowering your environmental impact.

Seeking out sustainable materials.

We’re prioritizing planet-friendly designs—like our Corre Handshower, which features recycled ocean plastics in its magnetic mounting dock. Our re-invented Bathe category includes a full range of low-impact bathroom accessories, including:

  • luxury towels manufactured using 95% less water
  • shower curtains made from recycled plastic bottles
  • reclaimed cotton bath mats
  • infinitely recyclable bathroom shelving

Our product partnership with 1% for the planet.

Healthier people and a healthier planet go hand-in-hand—and we’re doing our part to help future generations thrive. We donate 1% of purchases on select bidet attachments to fully-vetted, global environmental nonprofits. Our 1% for the Planet partnership collection features 5 of our best-selling bidet attachments—including our SimpleSpa Eco Essential and Advanced Bidet Attachments, which are made using 65% recycled ABS plastic. View the full partnership collection here.

Minimizing our impact at every touchpoint.

We disassemble and recycle unsellable products, keeping the environment in mind.

  • electronic components are removed for proper recycling
  • reusable parts are kept and restored to reduce waste
  • plastic components are recycled appropriately

Working as one for a healthier planet.

Working as one for a healthier planet.

Growing a forest—together.

Brondell is committed to addressing global deforestation, not only through our designs, but also through our core values and actions. We work with Forest Nation to plant trees in partnership with local communities and schools in Tanzania, East Africa. The Brondell Forest absorbs CO2, creates oxygen, and has transformed previously deforested land.

Partnering with Surfrider for better beaches.

We care about water. From your bathroom to our planet’s beaches, we’re working to create meaningful change. That’s why we’ve partnered with Surfrider Foundation, a powerful network of activists dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of our world’s oceans. As part of this partnership, Brondell employees team up to remove trash from San Francisco’s shores. Because clean water, healthy beaches, and a brighter tomorrow depend on what we do together, today.

Growing a forest—together.

Brondell is committed to addressing global deforestation, not only through our designs, but also through our core values and actions. We work with Forest Nation to plant trees in partnership with local communities and schools in Tanzania, East Africa. The Brondell Forest absorbs CO2, creates oxygen, and has transformed previously deforested land.

Partnering with Surfrider for better beaches.

We care about water. From your bathroom to our planet’s beaches, we’re working to create meaningful change. That’s why we’ve partnered with Surfrider Foundation, a powerful network of activists dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of our world’s oceans. As part of this partnership, Brondell employees team up to remove trash from San Francisco’s shores. Because clean water, healthy beaches, and a brighter tomorrow depend on what we do together, today.

Native plants for healthier parks (and people).

Working in partnership with the California Native Plant Society and San Francisco Parks Department, Brondell employees helped transform a vacant city lot into a sustainable oasis full of native shrubs, trees, and flowers. These hardworking efforts continue to bring beauty and ecological diversity to McLaren Park, one of San Francisco's most underserved neighborhoods.

Native plants for healthier parks (and people).

Working in partnership with the California Native Plant Society and San Francisco Parks Department, Brondell employees helped transform a vacant city lot into a sustainable oasis full of native shrubs, trees, and flowers. These hardworking efforts continue to bring beauty and ecological diversity to McLaren Park, one of San Francisco's most underserved neighborhoods.

Native plants for healthier parks (and people).

Working in partnership with the California Native Plant Society and San Francisco Parks Department, Brondell employees helped transform a vacant city lot into a sustainable oasis full of native shrubs, trees, and flowers. These hardworking efforts continue to bring beauty and ecological diversity to McLaren Park, one of San Francisco's most underserved neighborhoods.

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