Environment & Social

We are very focused on environmental protection and therefore all production and manufacturing processes are based exclusively in Germany (MADE IN GERMANY). All raw materials, manufacturing materials and other items are sourced in Germany or are manufactured in Germany.

Our collective environment & health are extremely important to us.
The WC-Cleaning Stick and its consumables (TIPS) are manufactured in Germany.
Our TIPS are recyclable and may be disposed of in the toilet as they dissolve in water (in the same way as toilet paper) and will not block the toilet.

The WC-Cleaning Stick & dispenser box are made of PP (polypropylene) and do not contain any hazardous substances. There is no quantified service life, which is why we also give a 5-year WARRANTY. If you wish to dispose of the WC-Cleaning Stick, it can be recycled just like our packaging. This means: RECYCLING.

As you can see, we have done our best to protect the environment – and that is something we are extremely proud of.

Did you know?

Legislation stipulates that toilet brushes, like toothbrushes, must be disposed of in the residual waste bin (black rubbish bin).
This means that they are not recycled, but that they are left to rot in a landfill or are incinerated. We do not need to explain what this means for the environment.

Most toilet brushes are usually produced overseas (e.g. China), imported to Germany and have to be disposed of in Germany after use.

For health reasons toilet brushes should be replaced every 2 months (depending on the frequency of use).
Not very good for the environment or for your pocket.

Our partners in the field of environment & social affairs

Our production and procurement of raw materials as well as assembly and packaging takes place exclusively here in Germany.
Our partner in this field of assembly and packaging of WC-cleaning stick is Lebenshilfe Gießen e.V.
In the field of production and packaging of TIPS, the Johannes-Diakonie in Lahr supports us.

It is often difficult for people with disabilities to find a job on the regular job market. It is therefore no surprise that people with disabilities are disproportionately affected by unemployment. Many companies prefer to pay the compensatory levy rather than hire people with disabilities.


The Upcyclingbörse Hannover
is predominantly committed to waste prevention, environmental and climate protection on a voluntary basis. The focus is on educational work with schools, housing optimisation projects, design competitions and an exhibition of materials with up-cycling ideas.

By setting up a collection point, the association and we support the return of damaged TOILET WANDS to production and the environmental concept of sustainable WC cleaning.

We think and act differently. Our entire production is based in Germany and we assemble and pack in various workshops. In this way, we secure jobs in the long term and give people with disabilities a new perspective.