Woman washes HYDAWAY Collapsible Bowl, Pint, and Cup while camping

Oh, The Places You’ll Go…

With our Everyday Carry Series by your side every step of the way! We know you have your routine down at home when it comes to eliminating single-use plastic. But when we leave our houses or travel far from home, having to buy bottled water when we can’t find a refill station or grabbing plastic-wrapped to-go food when we’ve run …

Women at a backyard party with HYDAWAY Collapsible Drink Tumblers

Reduce your Plastic Footprint at Outdoor Parties this Summer

                  Reimagine Outdoor Gatherings This Summer with HYDAWAY Tumblers Summer is underway and that means beach days, outdoor parties, and backyard BBQs are in full swing. With warm temperatures and the ambition to spend as much time outdoors as possible, folks will squeeze every last drop of sunshine out of the short-yet-sweet summer months. One of the perks of …

Fourth of July Trash

Environmentally-Friendly Ways to Celebrate the Fourth of July

From BBQs to dazzling firework displays, the Fourth of July is one of the biggest holidays in the United States. However, did you know that the holiday is actually one of the dirtiest days of the year? Single-use plastics are at an all-time high, in addition to all the air pollution from fireworks and picnics. The effects on our planet …

How You Can Help In Plastic Free July

Ready to kick your single-use plastic habit? Us too. There’s no better time than Plastic Free July to start a new routine that eliminates single-use plastic from your lifestyle.  In this blog, we will be sharing tips for participating in Plastic Free July and ways you reduce your plastic waste year-round. Take the Challenge Plastic Free July is a global …

6 Ways to be Eco-Friendly During Festivals

Festival season is approaching and I couldn’t be more excited! Eating, drinking, and dancing our way through the Palm Desert is a dream. Unfortunately, though, festivals tend to not consider sustainability or the size of their carbon footprint while they all attending.  Many major festivals have recently announced new sustainability initiatives that help take responsibility for their impact on the …

Pledge the Zero Waste Challenge

This is a guest blog post by Hydaway ambassador Suzanne Hunt. Follow her on Instagram @shixie. I already consider myself a minimal-waste human on this planet, so I decided to take the Climate Generation zero-waste challenge, which is described as: “10 Days. March 11-20th. Keep track of your waste! Anything that cannot be recycled or composted is put in a …