Brondell teams up with 1% for the Planet; commits 1% sales to ecology issues
Category: #headlines  | By Mateen Dalal  | Date: 2022-02-23 |
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Brondell teams up with 1% for the Planet; commits 1% sales to ecology issues

With companies emphasizing on taking measures to contribute to the environment, Brondell, a forerunner in innovation prioritizing to develop personal and health care technologies across North America, has reportedly announced collaborating with 1% for the Planet. 

Company officials exclaimed that Brondell is thrilled to partner with 1% for the Planet and has pledged to donate one per cent of its yearly sales to back the non-profit organizations working for the environment.

A pioneer designer of ecosystem of products for healthy home and related things, Brondell offers its users with top-notch quality solutions for environment sustainability and wellness.

The product categories include air purification, shower and water filtration, and an inclusive range of bidet options like low-priced attachments, luxury electronic bidet seats and handheld sprayers.   

As per sources, Brondell is the foremost producer of bidets in the North America region and is a leader in airborne COVID-19 mitigation technology for regional and small business use.

Steve Scheer, President at Brondell, commented that the unison with 1% for the Planet strengthens the company’s commitment to its customers, community, and the environment.

Steve mentioned that Brondell is focused on catering to the well being of the planet, which is the organization’s core mission and is excited to collaborate with a green-minded organization for the same.

Reportedly, the partnership will ensure the growth and development of Brondell as well as its mission to contribute to environmental sustainability.

Apparently, the collaboration with 1% for the Planet is an investment in ethical business with a mission to emphasize on the planet’s well-being and future generations.

Kate Williams, Chief Executive Officer, 1% for the Planet, claimed that the organization is glad to welcome Brondell on board in the global movement.

Kate added that presently just 3 per cent of the overall philanthropy goes to the environment and 5% is derived from businesses. Williams continued that the planet needs more support and possibly the growing network of the business members will back the on-the-ground results.

Source Credits:- https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/brondell-announces-partnership-with-1-for-the-planet-committing-1-of-annual-sales-to-global-environmental-issues-301486116.html

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