Children's Toys For Sustainable Parents: Meet Mio Reggio

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Name: Mio Reggio

Address: 108 Delford Avenue, Silver Spring, MD

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Phone Number: 646-246-7164

What does your business offer?

Sustainable toys for children

What type of business is this?

Educational company

When did your business open?

November 2017

What’s a fact about your business that most customers probably don’t know?

Microplastics are one of the biggest threats to our children’s health in the near future. Supporting sustainable businesses and buying locally can significantly help limit the plastic we produce.

What’s your most popular product?

Green City Block Set (recently won the Good Housekeeping Sustainable Award)

What’s your favorite thing about Silver Spring?

I love how Montgomery County is very active in sustainability efforts and taking an holistic approach to environmental issues by addressing energy, pollution, waste management and education.

Submitted By: Monica Tierney, Founder

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