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Klean is Family and Employee-Owned

We are a Family and Employee-Owned B Corp.

From the very beginning, Klean Kanteens have been built with love— the love of adventure, the love of conserving wild places and the love of replacing single-use plastic. Being a family and employee-owned company is uniquely Klean and allows us to stay nimble and responsive as we use our business as a force for good. If we see a way to lessen our environmental footprint or make a positive impact on our staff, we take action.

Climate Neutral Certified

Klean Kanteen has completed Climate Neutral’s rigorous three-step process and is 100% carbon neutral in the manufacture and delivery of our products worldwide.

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Your Purchase Gives Back

Every time you make a purchase from Klean we we invest 1% of the sale into organizations working hard to make the world a more resilient and sustainable place. Through our 1% for the Planet membership our customer community has allowed us to donate over $3.6 million dollars.

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In Business for Good

We're part of a movement of more than 3,000 global companies that meet high standards of social and environmental transparency, accountability, and performance.

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Seven Simple Ways To Live More Sustainably

Seven Simple Ways To Live More Sustainably

Being more mindful of our impact on the planet doesn’t need to be associated with affluence, instead sustainable living can oftentimes honor our wallet while honoring the planetMany voice that they neglect making more environmentally conscious decisions because of the perception that it’s too expensive/unattainable or because they simply don’t know where to start. Here are some ideas that don’t require you to spend more to make an impact:

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How To Deal Without A Drinking Water Fountain At Schools

How To Deal Without A Drinking Water Fountain At Schools

By removing water fountains from campuses, schools tried to limit the spread of the highly contagious disease. This idea, in theory, seemed like a positive one at first. But one unfortunate side effect was schools and parents decided to issue plastic water bottles to children.

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