SC Johnson and Milwaukee Bucks™ Release Scrubbing Bubbles® Bottle Made From Recycled Plastic Including Plastic Cups and Clear Bottles From Fiserv Forum and Deer District
“Plastic waste pollution is a big problem facing our communities,” said Matt Pazaras, Chief Business Development & Strategy Officer for the Milwaukee Bucks. “That’s why, alongside SC Johnson, we have committed to preventing plastic waste from ending up in landfills and our waterways. SC Johnson is our trusted open-source partner, who co-developed the PET cups we use at Fiserv Forum and in Deer District. These cups are 100% recycled and turned into Scrubbing Bubbles Bottles. In our partnership with SC Johnson, we are committed to closing the loop on plastic waste and continuing to ensure we have a cleaner and more sustainable environment.”
Made of 100% recycled plastic overall, up to 25% of the recycled plastic used in each special-edition Scrubbing Bubbles® bottle comes from recycled plastic cups used at both Milwaukee Brewers™ and Milwaukee Bucks™ games. SC Johnson has a similar partnership with Liverpool Football Club. The LFC partnership includes types of plastic, such as extruded cups and green plastic that isn’t commonly recycled.
About SC Johnson
Founded in 1886 and headquartered in Racine, Wisconsin USA, SC Johnson believes that a more sustainable, healthier, and transparent world that inspires people and creates opportunities isn’t just possible – it’s our responsibility.
A heritage of innovation and bold, transparent decisions is why our high-quality products and iconic brands – including OFF!®, Raid®, Glade®, Windex®, Scrubbing Bubbles®, Ziploc®, Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day®, method®, Autan®, Baygon®, Mr Muscle®, Duck®, Lysoform® and more – are in homes, schools and businesses in virtually every country worldwide.
As a global, purpose-led company, we are committed to making the world a better place today and for future generations. That means relentlessly bringing our expertise in science, innovation, and partnerships to bear on some of the world’s most pressing environmental and health issues like reducing plastic waste and eradicating malaria. Around the world, we use our resources to unlock greater economic and educational opportunities for people and communities where access may be limited, but curiosity and potential are limitless.