Project Laundry List: A Laundry Washing Revolution

Project Laundry List: A Laundry Washing Revolution

Store History

  • Founded: 1996
  • Founded by: Alexander Lee
  • Headquarters: Vermont

Project Laundry List is a non-profit organization we've written about before that is aiming to block bans against laundry lines in communities nationwide. Not only do they talk the talk, but they also walk the walk by making a variety of clotheslines, racks, hampers, eco-friendly detergent, and even books and videos available for purchase from their website.

Project laundry list is dedicated to "making air-drying laundry acceptable and desirable as a simple and effective way to save energy." They are most well known for their advocacy programs to give people across the globe the 'Right to Dry,' but they also have a number of other art, education and other special programs to promote and bring attention to eco-friendly laundry drying alternatives. All profits from the store benefit Project Laundry List.

Shown above the jump, from left to right:

FIRST ROW
1 Summer Breeze Outdoor Clothesline, $169.00
2 WindowDry Rack, $34.95
3 Leifheit Pegasus V, $31.95
4 Tibbe Line (set of 3), $14.95
5 Leifheit Tower 190, $79.95

SECOND ROW
6 Hollis Eames Clothespin Bag, $24.95
7 Fine Lines by Cindy Etter-Turnbull, $16.95
8 Project Laundry List Tote Bag, $14.99
9 Power of the Wind (Photograph, Annalisa Parent), $175.00
10 Laundry Dropps (scent + dye free) - 60 Loads, $22.50

(Images via Project Laundry List)

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