HELPING SAVE OCEANS
WITH ONE PILLOW AT THE TIME
We want to raise awareness that plastic waste can be transformed into raw materials and converted into soft, comfortable bedding that is good for you and the planet.
TRANSFORMING PLASTIC WASTE
INTO DREAMY PILLOWS
We use fabrics and fibres made from regenerated plastic bottles to make our soft, dreamy pillows. We can up-cycle up to 25 plastic bottles in every pillow we make.
WHY WE USE RECYCLED MATERIALS?
LESS VIRGIN PLASTICS
Using recycled materials as a raw material allows us to minimise the consumption of natural resources. Brightr® sleep turns used plastic bottles and post-consumer waste into brand new fibres which help reduce waste. Also, the production of recycled material threads have a much lower impact compared to conventional thread when it comes to energy consumption and CO2 emissions.
Brightr® Sleep does not use natural feathers or down in its products - it never has and never will. This is because birds are often plucked alive in order to get their down – the soft layer of feather closest to their skin. And while this is very comfortable to sleep on, it's uncomfortable for the animals.
All Brightr® Sleep products conform with the REACH standard (Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals). REACH is an analytic company that verifies that chemical products used in production are not harmful.
We designed our packaging with circular economy in mind. The eco-design of our boxes save valuable space in transit, and therefore lower emissions. We also only use biodegradable recycled paper made from 100% recycled pulp in our boxes which we encourage our customers to re-use in order to prolong its lifespan.
zero PLASTIC PACKAGING
We’re on a mission to save oceans from plastic pollution one plastic bag at the time. Brightr® pillows are stored in reusable dust bags, and the box is made from 100% recycled and biodegradable paper.
All returned pillows are given to charities, or are sent to a fabric recycling programme which recycles them into new fabrics.