Reboot Your Habits

Reboot Eco is a zero waste & refill shop offering alternatives that make eco-conscious living easy, affordable, and practical.

The refill stations offer bulk alternatives for household cleaners and bath products, and the shops are full of low waste items to help you live more sustainably.

Let’s minimize our footprint and save our planet!

Low Waste Products

Reboot Eco Middletown

131 River Road

Middletown, CT 06457

Refill Station

BYOC

Bring Your Own Container 

Reboot Eco Chester

3 N Main Street

Chester, CT 06412

What is Zero Waste?

Zero waste is the conservation of all resources by means of responsible production, consumption, reuse, and recovery of products, packaging, and materials without burning and with no discharges to land, water, or air that threaten the environment or human health. (Zero Waste International Alliance)

In other words, it’s a different way to consume products that moves away from disposable containers for a more sustainable lifestyle!

"Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better."

Maya Angelou

Our Values

We are committed to providing products that are in line with our values. That means:

  • No animal testing
  • No harsh fumes, perfumes, or bleach
  • No alcohols, solvents, dyes, ethoxylates, sulfates, synthetic fragrances
  • No single use plastic

And a preference for products that are locally sourced, socially conscious, sent with eco-friendly packaging (reusable, compostable, or biodegradable), and that use green production methods.

Our Story

Why zero waste? Why now? Learn about the mission of Reboot Eco and how founder Yasemin became inspired to start making a change.

Million tons of plastic poured into the ocean every year.

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Amount of marine debris that is plastic.

Trillion macro and microplastic pieces floating in the open ocean.

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Amount plastic production is projected to grow by 2030.

Marine mammals and sea turtles killed by plastic pollution every year.

Seabirds killed by plastic pollution every year.

Let’s do something about it.