About

How it all got started...

 

ULAT Dryer Balls has led the evolution of wool dryer balls globally. And to think it all began as family Christmas gifts in 2011.

After working on several prototypes, Jennifer and her husband developed their own formula for wool dryer balls, the only patented wool dryer ball in the world.

Known as the Social Enterprise for wool dryer balls, ULAT is a collective ecosystem where everyone involved benefits and prospers.

Our community and support stretches globally and we look forward to continuing our growth while maintaining our Canadian commitments.

It’s rare that all parties from start to finish can be part of the win-win with a product. ULAT is proof that can exist and be approved by Mother Nature.

 

 As a Social Enterprise, we pro-actively contribute to local and environmental matters that effect all who inhabit our planet. 

 

Made in Canada

All products, manufacturing and distribution are conducted in Canada. This ensures best practices are standard process for us and by those we work with, and to support domestic industries. 

 

100% Ethically Sourced Wool

By sourcing premium Canadian wool, we can assert mulling is not how our network shear sheep. With regular farm visits conducted by our partner mill. 

Woman-led Organization

Our Founder and CEO is a woman, majority of Team ULAT are women and we are an Accessible Employer. In addition, more than half of our valued partners are woman run organizations who are inclusive employers. 

Patented Design
As the innovation creator for the category, we are the only patented wool dryer ball in the world. 

 

Energy Saving

Our unique design provides the best efficiency for drying your clothes faster in a dryer without the need for harmful chemicals. 

 
Eco-friendly and Sustainable
From our products to our actions, we go the beyond the mile to ensure we are providing earth friendly products, packaging and processes. 

 

 

As an inclusive employer demonstrating people and planet-first initiatives, we are pleased to work with Accessibility Centre, SFU’s Sustainability Department and have partnered with BCIT’s Department of Energy, Mechanical Engineering to design technologies for manufacturing wool dryer balls.

 

 

 

 

 Awards and Recognitions

 

 

Nature Inspiration SME 2020

 

Energy Innovation, Bronze

Small Business BC, Premiers Choice Top 5, 2018

BC & North Woman Entrepreneur of 2016

 
G20 YEA, Japan Summit 2019
First Female Partner Delegate to represent Canada

Mentor

Canadian Council Member

First organization to represent Canada