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November 22, 2022

GoGo Refill, a South Portland plastic-free business, will open a Brunswick store

Boulos Co. From left, Sally Costello, director of economic and community development for the town of Brunswick; Laura Marston, owner of GoGo Refill; and Chrissy Adamowicz, Sustainable Maine outreach coordinator.

GoGo Refill, a low-waste, plastic-free retail business, has leased space for a store at 163 Pleasant St. in Brunswick. 

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Laura Marston, owner of GoGo Refill.

The 1,100-square-foot building will be the second location for GoGo Refill owner Laura Marston.

GoGo Refill will continue to operate its South Portland store, located at 64 E St. 

The mission is to help people reduce their plastic waste by offering household products in bulk — including shampoo, dish soap and laundry detergent — which customers can pack in their own containers. Products are sold on a "weigh-and-pay" system. 

“We’ve had a dedicated group of customers who travel from the Brunswick area to our South Portland store ever since we opened in 2019,” said Marston. “We are really excited to bring GoGo’s low-waste resources and plastic-free living closer to them and to meet all the great people in this area. We’ve been able to make a big impact with our South Portland store, and we’re looking forward to spreading the low-waste, plastic-free message in another community.”

Cameron Foster of the Boulos Co. handled the transaction on behalf of the landlord, Holland Low, who was seeking a low-impact tenant. 

GoGo Refill's lease started on Nov. 1 and since then the team has been busy renovating the space. The shop had a soft opening last weekend and it will be open for Small Business Saturday, Nov. 26, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. An updated schedule can be found on the website.

GoGo Refill offers “durable, effective products and bulk home essentials curated to lessen the need for harmful single-use plastics.” Products are priced per ounce, so customers can buy what they need, filling their own. Since opening, GoGo Refill claims to have saved over 120,000 plastic packages.


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