Eco Green compostable products

Made from simple organic materials that easily decomposed into their natural base componants. This takes place quickly with the help of microorganisms, heat and moisture found in the commerical composting process.

The use of compostable packaging is the newest trend in " green living" with the emphasis on renewable plant sources, less waste and a end of life process that returns materials to the earth, not a landfill

Increases in consumer demand for awareness of eco-friendly materials and options are the major reasons for the rise of these products over traditional plastics and foam petro-materials.

Municipal, State and Federal agencies across the nation have embrased thes products and have begun to eliminate or restrict the use of oil based plastics while embracing and even funding sustainable compostable centers. 


Beware of the term "Biodegradable"!

Biodegradable.... It's a general term but often misused used to promote a product as better than plastic, foam, etc. not best

Technically biodegradable materials are any that can be broken down by living organisms, microbes or even oxidation. However, these materials may have a biodegration process that can take many years so often end up in landfill anyway so not the best choice the environment, right ?


We believe composting is far better !

Composting is the natural process that can be easily facilitated to cause special materials to breakdown quickly into a rich humus-like end product that can be used in gardens, landscaping, horticulture, and agriculture. 

Compost can be used as as a soil conditioner, fertilizer, and works as a natural pesticide. It's used to promote faster growth in erosion control, land and stream reclamation, wetland construction, and landfill cover. 


Compost feeds and maintains high and healthy levels of organisms within the soil, provides aeration of the soil and buffers against extreme pH and holds moisture in drought conditions

The average American uses about 300 to 700 plastic bags, about 40 billion plastic utensils and untold numbers of plastic cups, trays and bottles.

  Although recycling of plastic items has increased on the consumer end the percentage of plastic recycled that are actually re-used is astonishingly low. 

Traditional plastics are made from petroleum which is a non-renewable resource, extremely detrimental to the environment and the largest component of ocean trash.

There is a growing mass of trash twice the size of Texas floating around the Pacific gyre, " The Pacific Garbage Patch".  Even when plastics eventually "biodegrade" to microscopic sizes they retain their chemical properties that harms marine life.

Also, marine life, such as sea turtles, sea birds, fish, and sea lions may die by consuming plastic, getting tangled in it, or indirectly through bioaccumulation of toxins.

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