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Thursday, November 18, 2021

New business, Spokane Refillery aims to help the community reduce it's plastic footprint.

 Everyone is guilty of buying the giant size laundry detergent or cleaner, while knowing just how much plastic goes into that container. It's not wise but we as a culture are far from stopping, but one new business in Downtown Spokane is aiming to help our area reduce that huge footprint while providing more natural product alternative. 

Spokane Refillery recently leased a small 220 square foot store front on the ground floor of the Hotel Indigo building at 110 S. Madison ( the store actually faces, W. 1st Ave however ) and plans to open for business there in the coming weeks.

The refillery business concept is already popular in other parts of the country, but this will be the first one in Spokane. Customers bring in there own containers from home, they are weighed to subtract the container weight and filled with natural product dispensed at the store. Customers are also allowed to fill as much or as little product as they need and are charged accordingly. Products offered will include eco-friendly shampoos, conditioners, cleaner, soaps, personal care items and much more. 

While the new brick and mortar location is still in the works, anyone can check out the Spokane Refillery already as they set up regularly at events. Including the Beyoutiful Local Market, held every weekend through the Holiday season inside the Northtown Mall.

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