Concentrated cleaning materials reduce pollution and waste

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Designer Mirjam de Bruijn’s Twenty line of household cleaning products get their name from the amount of ingredients that remain when the 80 per cent of water each one contains is removed. Dishwashing liquid, household detergent and shampoo are her first three creations and all come in recyclable cardboard packaging. Each Twenty cleaning material is a dry tablet, capsule or granule. Users drop the dry ingredient in the accompanying reusable plastic bottle, and fill it with water. Once the product has dissolved, it can be used like any other liquid version bought in a store. By asking users to add…

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