Cleancult makes sustainability list

Disruptive household cleaning company Cleancult has been named to the Inc. 2023 Best in Business list in the Sustainability category. 

Launched in 2019, Cleancult released the first-ever ready-to-use aluminium bottles in the dish soap and all-purpose cleaner categories in mass-market retail. And more recently, Cleancult’s powerfully formulated hand soaps have joined the aluminium lineup.        

Inc.’s Best in Business Awards honour companies that have made an extraordinary impact in their fields and on society.  The list, which can be found in the Winter issue of Inc. magazine (available December 12), recognises the most dynamic companies of all sizes and industries that have had an outstanding influence on their communities, their industries, the environment, or society as a whole.

“This highly-esteemed recognition in Inc.’s Sustainability list means so much to us as we stride towards eradicating single-use culture and growing the wave of no-plastic fanatics,” said Ryan Lupberger, Co-Founder and CEO of Cleancult. 

“We believe in a future where clean doesn’t come at the cost of our planet. This year, our entire product portfolio became Plastic Neutral Certified, and we unveiled our game-changing aluminium bottles that are filled with our powerful formulas and pair with our recyclable paper-based carton refills—a huge leap towards a cleaner, more sustainable world.”

Inc.’s editors reviewed the companies’ achievements over the past year and noted how they made a positive difference in the world. They then selected honourees in 70 different categories – from advertising to sustainability and more – and in age-based, revenue-based, size-based, and impact-based categories.

Eric Hagerman, Special Projects Editor at Inc., says, “Being named to the Best in Business list is a rare and special honour. These honourees demonstrate the foresight, caring, and dedication to prioritise positive impact—impact on their community, on their industry and the environment, and even on society as a whole.”

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