Posted by Customer Service on November 06, 2019
Innovation is a constant for us. We’re committed to using and finding the newest green technologies to create the very best products possible at affordable prices. We work with our partners to find new upcyclable materials, take advantage of new methods and even work with communities to help compostable systems become a larger part of our waste and climate change solutions.
Currently, our priorities are to find new and better ingredients, reducing the cost to consumers, and moving our manufacturing to the United States.
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ASTM D6400 and D6868 Certified – all compostable products The American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) certifications ensure that our products break down into natural materials; decompose at a rate fast enough that the products are not visually distinguishable within 90 days; and leave no toxic residues behind. BPI Certified – all compostable products The Biodegradable Products Institute (BPI) is a 3rd party validator of the compostability of materials based on ASTM standards. Our products have been thoroughly vetted and found to be completely compostable by BPI. USDA Certified Bio-based – compostable plates, bowls, cups and cutlery This United...
Because people use them, often. They quite literally aren’t going away. By continuing to innovate, we make those daily disposables and plastics less energy-intensive, reduce the toxic load and lighten the landfills. Technology is always expanding and consumer demand does too. As new options open, our team has the knowledge and will to efficiently develop better products and bring them to homes everywhere.
Posted by Jessica Lee on November 04, 2019
Our goal is to reduce single-use plastic. By addressing the plastic problem, we're offering manageable, everyday actions to help address climate change.
Our platform is turning the overlooked, wasteful items of everyday life—disposable paper and plastic, trash bags, kid’s cups—and turning them into wantable essentials with far less impact. We use plant-based bioplastics, upcycled materials, and great design as our primary tools.