New Wave Enviro Products - Lunchopolis Litte Free Lunch Box with Food Containers Pink Multi-Colored Swirls
New Wave Enviro Lunchopolis Lunchbox is a colorful lunchbox perfect to take to school or work. New Wave Enviro Lunchopolis Lunchbox includes resuable food containers and a water bottle, all in matching colors, making it easy to compartmentalize your lunch and avoid a squished sandwich! 3.5 billion pounds of lunchbox garbage is collected every year, juice boxes, water bottles, aluminum foil, and plastic bags. New Wave Enviro Lunchopolis Lunchbox was designed to help eliminate the lunchbox garbage. New Wave Enviro Lunchopolis Lunchboxes are washable and reusable time and time again.
New Wave Enviro Products Lunchopolis Litter Free Lunch Box:
- BPA Free
- CPSIA Tested
- Microwave Safe
- Dishwasher Safe
- Waste Free
Each Litter Free Lunch Bag contains:
- 4 Reusable Containers: perfect for sandwiches and snacks
- 15.9 oz reusable bottle (Fill with ice to keep food cold)
- Insulated outer shell
Litter Free Lunch:
- Saves you money by not having to purchase disposable bags, aluminum foil, and other disposable containers.
- Designed with everything parents need to pack a healthy, planet friendly lunch.
LUNCHOPOLIS is back!!!!
Over 3.5 Billion pounds of lunch box garbage is generated every year: juice boxes, water bottles, aluminum foil, and plastic bags. On average children who bring their lunch to school generate 67 pounds of waste!
The lunchbox comes in three stunning colors: circle, blue and brown.
Each LUNCHOPOLIS contains a 15 oz bottle and 4 reusable containers with colors coordinated with box piping!
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the material used in the containers?
The containers are made from polypropylene and the lids are made from Polyethylene. The bottle is made from Polypropylene and the cap is made from Polyethylene. The air bladder is made from silicone. Polypropylene is a recycling code #5. These plastics are BPA free.
What material is used in the lunch box?
The lunchbox is made from Nylon.
I'm worried about lead, is there any possibility of lead in the lunch box?
The lunch box was tested under CPSIA rules (and found safe with no lead or phthalate's in the product). The bag, bottles and containers were tested by SGS. SGS, headquartered in Switzerland is the world's leading inspection, Verification, Testing and Certification company.
What is CPSIA?
Consumer Product Safety Information Act. Passed in August of 2008, it focuses primarily on products marketed to children 12 and under. Comsumers should avoid products that have not been tested under CPSIA's stringent rules.
Are the containers and bottles dishwasher and microwave safe?
Yes, the containers and bottles can be washed over and over in a dishwasher. The containers are microwave safe.
Can the lunch bag be washed in a washing machine?
The bag is washing machine safe.
Are the containers airtight?
The containers are airtight and liquids can be placed in them without spilling.
What is the size of the bottle and containers?
The 15 oz. bottle holds 15 ozs. There are 4 containers. The largest is 5 1/4" x 3 3/4" x 2 3/4"d. The second 5 1/4" x 3 3/4" x 1 3/8"d. The two small containers are each 3 3/4" x 2 1/4" x 1 3/8"d.
Is the lunch bag insulated?
Yes the lunch bag is insulated with cotton .5 cm thick.
What is the size of the bag?
The interior of the bag measures 9"W x 5"D x 7 1/2"H.
About New Wave Enviro
Who is New Wave Enviro?
New Wave Enviro was established in 1993 to provide New Wave Solutions for your health and environment with a focus on providing pure, fresh, on-demand water at a reasonable price. New Wave Enviro believed in chlorine-free living and litter-free living long before the current media and consumer trends.
New Wave Enviro's eco-friendly products consists of reusable water bottles, water filtration systems which produce high quality, inexpensive purified water from your own Tap, and Litter Free Lunch items. Every New Wave Enviro product emphasizes Green Living and New Wave Solutions to problems afflicting out planet.
How does New Wave Enviro promote Green Living?
New Wave Enviro focuses on critical health and environmental issues facing us today. Plastic litter is filling up America’s landfills at an alarming rate, more than 60 million plastic bottles end up in landfills and incinerators every day – a total of about 22 billion every year. Most plastic drinking water bottles are designed for one time use and then thrown away. Every cheap plastic bottle produced uses up precious oil which is non renewable. New Wave addresses this issue by producing only eco friendly, reusable and recyclable water bottles. Their products include bottles made from BPA Free Resin and Seriously Safe Stainless™. Only using reusable water bottles is an easy, inexpensive and helpful step towards saving the environment.
Chlorine gas was used extensively in WW1 as a chemical warfare agent. Today it is used in municipal water supplies to deliver water to our homes free of microscopic contaminants. However it serves no useful purpose on or in our bodies. New Wave designs, patents and distributes water filters that remove harmful chlorine & other contaminants, there are over 315 contaminants found in the U.S. water supply, from your shower, bath and drinking water.
Where have New Wave Enviro been featured?
New Wave Enviro are proud that their products have been spotlighted on a substantial number of TV and radio shows and print and e publications. In the last year alone their products have been featured in the New York Times, Washington Post, Energy Times, Today’s Health & Wellness, Natural Awakenings, Ms Fitness, Natural Food Network, Women’s Health & Fitness, Dayspa and TV Guide. Web sites including Fast Company.com, Inc .com, and Nibbles.com The following radio shows: A Girl Named Guy The Frankie Boyer Show, Smart Spaces Inside and Out and Health Talk. Bestselling Authors such as Dr Jordan Rubin and Dr David Williams’ Alternatives Newsletter. TV shows including The Tyra Banks show, as well as the nation’s most watched day time talk show, along with many prominent Mommy and Eco blogs across the world.