Reduce Plastic Waste With Stanley Today And Year-Round

As outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers, caring for the Earth is in our DNA. Since Stanley’s founding more than 100 years ago, we’ve been creating eco-friendly, reusable gear that stands the test of time. And we’re committed to making our products responsibly, from our materials sourcing to our manufacturing processes. We also proudly support organizations dedicated to the health and well-being of our planet, including Climate Action Corps*, Plastic Impact Alliance, Protect Our Winters, The Conservation Alliance, and Backcountry Hunters and Anglers.

Take The Plastic Free Challenge

This month, we’re raising awareness of Plastic Free July®, a global movement that encourages citizens and businesses to reduce plastic waste. Last year, more than 250 million people around the world joined the challenge. During Plastic Free July, you can take simple steps to help, like avoiding single-use plastic packaging and using reusable straws instead of plastic ones.

Give Mother Nature A Helping Hand

Did you know it takes 3 liters of water to package a single bottle of water [1]? Imagine how much water you can save with a reusable bottle. And by replacing one single-use coffee cup with a reusable mug every day for one year, you’ll help prevent 23 pounds of greenhouse gas emissions, 281 gallons of water use, and 16 pounds of waste. You’ll also save one tree from being chopped down [2].

What’s more, packing your own beverages saves money—which means your Stanley gear will pay for itself in no time. Here are some of our favorite reusable bottles:


Keep Your Stanley Gear Going Strong

Remember, you can rejuvenate up your gear with replacement parts and our warranty services. And if it’s time to say goodbye, consider donating your Stanley bottle or carefully recycling it.

* Stanley’s parent company, PMI, is the featured partner with Climate Action Corps.





The Stanley brand has a rich 100+ year history. Born from inventor William Stanley Jr. who forever changed the way hot drinks were consumed, in 1913 he fused vacuum insulation and the strength of steel in one portable bottle, inventing the all-steel vacuum bottle we know and love today.