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Clean the World Environmental Policy

Clean the World offers sustainable, socially responsible, and charitable programs and services to the international hospitality community.

Our efforts improve access to hygiene products in disadvantaged communities around the world, and help divert needless hotel waste from polluting local landfills.

Clean the World is committed to being an exemplary steward of our global environment. We save lives with soap and protect our planet.

Key points of the Clean the World environmental strategy include:

– Actively promoting sustainable, socially responsible programs to the global hospitality industry and among all customers and suppliers

Turning trash into treasure. Promoting recycling of gently used hotel amenities (soaps, shampoos, body washes, lotions and gels) throughout the global hospitality industry

Establishing sustainable best practices for the recycling, production, and distribution of soaps and bottled amenities from waste to renewal as lifesaving hygiene solutions (Winner, 2011 Sustainable Florida Award)

Aligning with eco-minded corporate  partners, such as UPS, to promote and provide carbon neutral transport of soaps and hygiene supplies from hotels to Clean the World recycling operations centers and toward a final destination in communities around the world

Producing all printed marketing collateral on 100% recycled or post-consumer waste paper through an arrangement with New Leaf Paper – the first to market with 100% post-consumer papers of unparalleled brightness and printing specifications, including the first-ever 100% post-consumer recycled coated papers, book publishing papers and more

Minimizing waste by upcycling previously discarded soaps into freshly pressed soap bars ready for global distribution

Recycling of all waste products produced at Clean the World headquarters in Orlando through a single-stream recycling solution provided by Orlando Waste Co.

Eliminating plastic wrapping of soaps that would add to the world’s pollution problem

Meeting or exceeding environmental policies for proper “green” business growth and operations

– In less than three years Clean the World has collected, recycled and distributed more than 10 million bars of soap to children and families in the United States, Haiti, and more than 45 countries

– Soap saves lives. Thanks for helping Clean the World.


Clean the World Forms Licensing Partnership with Clearly Natural

Summary: Sales of Clearly Natural soaps will directly benefit the lifesaving mission of Clean the World to recycle soap and save lives in disadvantaged communities worldwide

Clean the World and Clearly Natural, a Beaumont Products Inc., soap brand, have teamed for an easy way to improve personal hygiene and help protect our planet. Now, by simply buying your favorite Clearly Natural soaps you can join the global hygiene revolution to save lives with soap.

Through a licensing partnership agreement announced in time for the upcoming March 8-11 Natural Products Expo West 2012 in Anaheim, Calif., sales of soaps under the Clearly Natural brand, as well as the specialized Sonoma Soap Company brand, will advance sustainability and social responsibility among customers and within communities around the world.

Clean the World, a social enterprise based in Orlando, Fla., is committed to saving lives with soap by collecting, recycling and distributing hotel guest room amenities to children and families in the United States, Canada, and more than 45 countries.

Select products within both Clearly Natural and Sonoma Soap Company brands will feature the Clean the World logo on the packaging. Proceeds from the sale of these products along with donations of soap will support Clean the World’s efforts to aid children and families in disadvantaged communities worldwide who struggle with access to proper hygiene products.

“The partnership with Clearly Natural adds another essential element to our ever-growing global hygiene revolution,” says Shawn Seipler, CEO and co-founder at Clean the World. “By introducing our Clean the World-branded soaps in a retail setting and encouraging sales to benefit our soap distribution efforts, we are raising the bar on social awareness and personal hygiene, and promoting positive ways to achieve a cleaner, healthier world.”

These personal care products are sold at a number of retail locations nationwide, including Whole Foods Market, Sprouts, Meijer, Safeway and Publix, and range in price from $1.89 to $9.99.

“This is an opportunity for our Clearly Natural and Sonoma Soap brands to heighten our commitment to an improved environment and embrace the concept of recycling soap to save lives,” says Jeff Picken, president and COO of Beaumont Products. “We believe in and support Clean the World’s mission to stop the spread of diseases with soap, and having that logo on our brands should boost awareness of their mission.”

Clean the World is the largest global recycler of hotel amenities with more than 1,300 hospitality partners throughout North America, including Starwood Hotels and Resorts, Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, Caesars Entertainment, and The Walt Disney World Resorts.

By placing more recycled soap in the hands of people who need it most, Clean the World recently achieved a major milestone with the distribution of more than 10 million soap bars in just three years of operation, while also fulfilling a valuable environmental mission by diverting an estimated 600 tons of hotel waste from polluting landfills in the United States and Canada.

Recently, Clean the World, through a network of global distribution partners, delivered recycled soaps to Ethiopia, Ghana, Haiti, Honduras, and Kenya in addition to frequent domestic distributions to children and families at homeless shelters, women’s shelters, and missions. The soaps are often packaged as part of sustainable hygiene kits, which include recycled bottled amenities (shampoos, conditioners, body washes, lotions and gels) collected from Clean the World hotel partners throughout North America.

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