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New Eco-Friendly Training Pads Feature 85% Recycled Material

Simple Solution® is pleased to introduce their new line of environmentally-friendly Eco-Care™ Training Pads.

Many surplus materials from product manufacturers are destined for landfills, but Simple Solution® uses groundbreaking technology to create the Eco-Care™ Training Pads from 85% recycled material, reducing landfill waste while maximizing absorption.

“The recycled material actually saves landfills from over 400 tons of waste every year, that’s huge,” said Amber Zable, Brand Manager for The Bramton Company, makers of Simple Solution. “We have never disappointed in providing superior products that are safe for the family and pets. As a leading brand Simple Solution wants to do its part for the environment, and the Eco-Care Training Pads help further our mission to provide quality pet care products and maintain environmental responsibility.”

The Eco-Care™ Training Pads hold 2X more liquid than leading pad brands and use advanced Polymer Technology to convert liquid into gel, locking in moisture and preventing leaks. They are specifically designed with odor neutralizers to eliminate tough urine odors. Pet owners will also be pleased to find Eco-Care Training Pads great for multiple uses: litter box mats, dog crate liners, muddy paw doormats, clean up messy spills, car seat covers, travel and more.

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