18 year-old creates company that helps save the world

Reyuze Cases makes phone cases, in the USA, out of 100% recycled plastic from the streets, canals, and the landfills of Haiti.
Petra Bosse, pixelio.de

$1 from every purchase goes to The First Mile Coalition to aid in their efforts to address undignified child labor in plastic collection in Haiti. Jack Foley, ReYuze Cases CEO, is a recent graduate from Thomas Sprigg Wootton High School.

ReYuze Cases was created to help save the Oceans. Growing up around the Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic Ocean, Jack is a lifelong advocate for environmental conservation and has a love of the environment and its beauty. Recently, he broadened his view and looked out to a place that needed his help in removing plastic and trash— Haiti.

Jack’s philosophy on phone case design is to create sturdy and flexible cases that accentuate the beauty and craftsmanship of the modern phone. His thought on the current phone case situation
is similar to, “buying a luxury car then putting a cover on it while driving down the road. It’s silly.” That’s why each phone case is designed with a portion of the sides cut out. This provides a one of a kind feel and look without skimping on protection of all 4 corners.

Each case is $10 USD + Shipping & Handling. Jack wanted to help both his local community and the Haitian community that collects the plastic. Therefore, he manufactures each case out of HDPE in the USA using, Xometry, a local Maryland company. In addition, Jack has partnered with The First Mile Coalition which helps stop Child Labor in Haiti and aids the Haitian communities that collect the plastics.



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