5 Zero Waste Stores in Oregon

5 Zero Waste Stores in Oregon

Will Titterington
Will Titterington

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How’s it going Oregon? Feeling clean? Ready to do your sustainable thang?

Zero waste stores in Oregon are still kind of few and far between. But there are a couple of real gems out there — and we thought it was super important you knew about them.

In this article, we'll introduce you to the best zero waste stores in Oregon that are helping to build a better, brighter, and more sustainable future for us all.

Let’s take a look!

Null Refillery

Null Refillery is a refill store where you can pop by and see how you can reduce your plastic usage.

You can either visit the store or make your order online or via text. Then, they’ll come deliver to you!

You can also purchase zero waste starter kits from the store, as well as laundry goods, home essentials and more.

What else? Null Refiller regularly pitches up at local farmers markets, so go check them out!

Online shopping? Yes.

Location: 6937 NE Alameda St, Portland, OR 97213

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Mama & Hapa’s Zero Waste Shop

Mama & Hapa’s Zero Waste Shop claims to be “Portland’s newest zero waste shop.”

It might be new — but it’s also amazing.

They specialize in dispensers, and there are currently 30+ available in-store, from shampoo to all-purpose cleaner. You just need to visit the store, dispense — and pay.

What else? Mama & Hapa’s Zero Waste Shop sells all kinds of household goods, from car wash to dish soap! They even sell glass cleaner and straw swabs.

Online shopping? Of course.

Location: 1389 SE Stark St, Portland, OR 97214

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Marley’s Monsters

Marley’s Monsters sells handmade fabric and wood goods such as un-paper towels, bowl covers, washable sponges, and some super cute snack bags.

And as the name of the store surely suggests, they also specialize in “baby and mama” essentials, including cloth wipes, which are available in an array of colors.

Everything is unique, eco-friendly and — perhaps more importantly — you’ll find lots of reusable stuff here.

And in case you were curious, Sarah is Marley and Fox’s mom, and she founded the store after deciding she wanted to combine her twin passions of making stuff with helping others reduce their plastic usage.

What else? Gift cards are available.

Online shopping? Yep.

Location: 550 Pearl St Suite 170, Eugene, OR 97401

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Simple Sundries

Simple Sundries sells waste-free household products, such as dish soaps, shampoo, hand and body lotion, and shower sponges. They also have a refill center that’s open on Sundays between 10am and one in the afternoon where you can pop in and refill your containers on site.

You can buy online and choose either delivery or pick-up, and you can also donate your plastic bottles, which will then be reused (they’ll clean, refill, and donate them).

What else? Simple Sundries is a proper community-driven project that regularly hosts events, including recycling events.

Online shopping? Yes.

Location: 2214 SE 135th Ave, Portland, OR 97233

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Well Earth Goods

Well Earth Goods sells a HUGE range of sustainable products, including personal care, laundry, CBD, pet, coffee, and tea products.

And yep, just in case you weren't sure, they even have an entire blog post dedicated to helping you make zero waste cold brew coffee!

Founded by a mom and dad in Oregon, Well Earth Goods has a real family feel and the parents do all they can to help you understand how to be more zero waste.

What else? Gift cards and subscription services are available.

Online shopping? YES.

Location: 240 N Barneburg Rd, Medford, OR 97504

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