Where Can I Buy SC Johnson's Concentrated, Compostable or Recycled Products?

Since 2011, SC Johnson has experimented with small-scale pilots of products designed to reduce waste. The goal has been to understand better how to encourage behavior changes like refilling cleaners and reducing plastic waste. 

Here's a look at where these programs stand today:
Scrubbing Bubbles Refill
SC Johnson concentrated cleaner refills

SC Johnson concentrated cleaner refills: The new line of SC Johnson concentrates launched in the U.S. and Canada in May 2019, with Scrubbing Bubbles®, Windex® and fantastik® bottles and two-count refills hit Amazon and other e-commerce retailers – including Target and Walmart websites. The next wave of concentrate refills – including Scrubbing Bubbles®, Windex® and Mr Muscle® – follower and are now available for purchase online in Mexico, the United Kingdom, China and Japan.

Ziploc® brand recycled trash bags
Ziploc® brand recycled trash bags: As of January 2019, these are available for purchase at Amazon.com. They’re the first trash bags made with 100% post-consumer recycled plastic film, including Ziploc® bags, collected through a U.S. recycling center. 
SC Johnson Ziploc Compostable Bag Products
Ziploc® brand compostable bags

Ziploc® brand compostable bags: As of January 2019, these products are out of stock. But we plan to bring them back to market this year. Look for them on Amazon.com. 

Find out more here about what we're doing to reduce plastic waste and encourage recycling.


Products with PurposeZiploc® Compostable Plastic Bags Support Municipal Composting, Reduce Landfill Waste

Press ReleaseSC Johnson Accelerates Progress Boosting Plastic Recycling and Reuse

RecyclingSC Johnson Finds Way to Recycle Ziploc® Brand Bags From Curbside Bins, Step Toward Increasing Recycling

PlasticSC Johnson Signs Groundbreaking International Commitment to Tackle the Plastic Pollution Crisis

RecyclingRecycling Ziploc® Bags: Getting Communities Closer to Curbside Recycling for Plastic Film

Sustainability ReportDriving a Circular Economy with Post-Consumer Recycled Materials

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