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Eco-Glass Straws are hypoallergenic,
non-toxic and lead-free.

We can make a local and global impact if we take the necessary measures to do so. No matter how small the steps might seem, each step is magnified when millions of people contribute.


Have you ever heard of a glass straw? As cities move to ban plastic straws, a family run business, called Ecoglass Straws, in Hood River is booming.

Posted by Lindsay Nadrich on Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Eco Glass Straws at Zero Waste Portland!

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“By 2050, the oceans will contain
more plastic than fish by weight.”

It takes thousands of years for one straw to break down.


While efforts are being made to remove debris from the oceans, improve recycling systems, and innovate barriers to prevent plastic from getting into waterways, we can all take action in our daily lives to stop plastic waste at the source.

“Plastic is ubiquitous in modern society and seemingly unavoidable. But is it worth risking the lives of marine species, the health of the oceans and our own future in the name of convenience? By taking steps to minimize everyday plastics in our lives, we can crush plastic at the source and give marine life a fighting chance,”

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Eco Glass Straws is dedicated to preserving the environment for future generations, a portion of our proceeds are donated to environmental causes.

Eco Glass Straws History

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Eco-Glass Straws began production over 12 years ago with our love for the environment as a prime motivator. Much like the awareness of disposable plastic grocery bags and water bottles, we felt that these efforts can be carried further and all of the products we use on a daily basis. 

At that time glass straws were relatively unheard of, only two other companies were making them. After trying several assorted styles and methods of production, friend and family members grew to appreciate the superior taste and function of our Eco-Glass Straws.