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Prime Day is a great opportunity to finally buy that big-ticket item that’s been on your wish list for months or stock up on everyday essentials. No matter what you’re buying, if you need help finding the best Prime Day deals we’ve got you covered. But the shopping holiday is also the perfect time to take advantage of deals on sustainable products at Amazon so you can reduce your waste. Whether you snag some Swedish dishcloths to cut back on paper towel use or reusable silicone bags to replace plastic ones, there are plenty of ways you can make sustainable switches on Prime Day. Here are some of our favorites.

Best deals on sustainable products

Swap out your paper towels for this 10-pack of reusable, ultra-absorbent Swedish dishcloths.

This set of dishcloths only has three towels in it, but they come in super cute designs.

Our favorite bidet attachment is now at an all-time low. You'll save toilet paper and get a better clean all at once.

This insulated water bottle will keep your water cold for hours and has a straw lid for easy drinking on the go.

Save money and waste by growing your own veggies and herbs with an AeroGarden.

Composting is one of the best things you can do to reduce your environmental impact. Throw your food scraps in this bin, then drop them off at your local composting site or try it yourself.

If you want to compost at home, check out this tumbling composter. It's got two baskets so you can have different batches going at once.

These commercially compostable kitchen bags are biodegradable and will fit in your standard 13-gallon garbage can.

Stop using single-use plastic bags for your snacks and leftovers. These silicone bags are perfect for storage and are even dishwasher- and freezer-safe.

Switch to these reusable glass bottles for all your cleaning needs. No need to buy and toss away plastic bottle after plastic bottle.

Even your phone case can be sustainable! This one from Pela can be sent back to the brand to be made into a new phone case.

Cleancult's dishwasher pods come in 100% recyclable packaging so you don't have to throw anything away.

All the plastic produce bags you've thrown away from the grocery store add up, so instead use these cotton bags to pick up your produce.

Throw these in your car so you'll always have some tote bags with you when you're shopping.

This compostable, natural loofah is a great way to cut plastic out of your shower routine.

Glass jars are so versatile, you can use them to store leftovers, make jams or even pot plants.

Plastic toothbrushes can stay in the landfill for decades. Switch to a compostable one like these, which are made from bamboo.

Throwing away razor blade cartridges that contain plastic is a no-go. Switch to an all-metal safety blade instead.

A good set of pans that will last you for years can help you stay more eco-friendly. These are made without PFAS, PFOA, lead, and cadmium. Check out more GreenPan deals here.

This reusable notebook can be cleaned by popping in the microwave so you can start taking notes all over again, saving tons of paper.

Keep your food fresh without plastic cling wrap with this replacement that uses beeswax instead.

You won't have to buy plastic water bottles if you bring along this cute, glass bottle to fill up.

Skip the aluminum foil and parchment paper. Use these reusable silicone baking mats instead.

You don't have to get fancy to save waste. Simple glass storage containers will help you save leftovers and are reusable over and over again.

This cute bento box is the perfect way to bring your lunch to work or school. Best of all, you don't have to throw anything out once you're done eating.

Sponges shed microplastics every time you use them. Instead, use these bamboo brushes when you wash your dishes.

Making coffee with pods produces a lot of waste. Switch to a trash-free method like a French press; just remember to compost your grounds once you're done brewing.

You won't have to throw away any more plastic shampoo bottles when you make the switch to shampoo bars.

This bottle from trusted brand Nalgene is made with 50% plastic waste.

The kitchen cloths are made from 100% undyed cotton flannel and are great at cleaning up kitchen messes.