The Hamptons scene is such a blast: beautiful environs, lot’s of fashionably dressed hipsters, great food and then there is that ocean. The island(s) overflow with people during the weekend and summer and then life returns to normal for the locals during the rest (for the most part) of the year.
The issue is all those people leaving after their weekend fling leave the remnants of their frolic and fun behind. The locals are left with the clean-up.
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Clear ASTM Certified compostable labels. We used to sell this stock years ago. It became difficult to obtain and that was that. Time changes everything and now we’re offering them again.
Made from EarthFirstPLA in the USA from plants, primarily cornstalk.
Waves Not Plastic carrying their message to the world:
Our mission at Waves Not Plastic is to bring awareness to plastic pollution through passion! This organization has been established for ocean enthusiasts like you to make a difference in communities around the world. We strive to clean up our oceans and change the tide on how our world refuses, reuses, reduces, and recycles. Make the pledge and refuse single-use plastic. Do what you love, take care of the environment and make a difference!
We’re happy to print compostable labels made from plants not plastic for 5 Gyres.
The following is from the 5 Gyres website. Please support them!
Most of the things we buy use disposable plastic:
We currently recover only 5-10% of the plastics we produce.
50% are buried in landfills and some are remade into durable goods, but much of it washes out to sea.”
Fish, turtles and even whales eat plastic objects, which can sicken or kill them. Ocean animals are also killed by dangerous plastic waste that entangles or traps them, often suffocating them underwater.
Small ocean animals, like fish, ingest tiny plastic particles. These toxic particles pass on to us when we eat seafood.
Hundreds of ocean species are threatened by plastic pollution, as well as the survival of the ocean itself. Humans depend on the ocean for food and as a healthy ecosystem that maintains the balance of the greenhouse gas CO2. …
Scientists agree: If the oceans die, we die.
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This Indirect thermal label stock is compostable. We can preprint and diecut to the size and quantity you need per roll. Or we can ship them to you blank. These are ASTM d-6400 Certified Compostable. The stock is made in the USA.
Your compostable packaging needs compostable labels.
No more having to separate your labels from the packaging!
Good for any food, grocery, wholesaler, manufacturer with an Indirect Thermal Printer and a need for compostable labels.
We founded Yai’s Thai at the beginning of 2015 with a shared love of delicious food, and a shared desire to make vibrant Thai flavors more accessible. We want every meal to be a symphony, but like most people, we don’t always have the time to put a masterpiece together. So we set out to create easy-to-use sauces that are unlike anything else out there. It started with the original Thai salsa and has grown from there.
We get our Thai inspiration from Leland’s mom, who grew up in Thailand. She taught Leland everything he knows about Thai cooking, including how to make a Thai salmon salad passed down from her mom – Leland’s yai. And we love a good rhyme. After spending many evenings cooking with Sarah, we began tossing the idea around of stripping some of the main ingredients from this recipe, and creating a base sauce that could have the versatility of the most popular household condiment in the country – salsa.
Canopy Planet releases THE BLUELINE REPORT: 2015 Sustainable Assessments.
Plan It Green Printing Top 10 Ranked Sustainable & Forest Friendly Printers in North America
The ‘Blueline’ Check list for Printers:
Develop a leading Forest Conservation Policy with a credible environmental organization.
Report transparently on their sustainability actions, including measurable goals and progress towards achieving them
Ensure they are not sourcing paper from endangered forests or controversial sources.
Ensure they they are helping you meet your targets on recycled content and FSC certified fiber.
Engage their other customers in the development of sustainable printing policy requirements and educate their clients on ecopaper attributes.
Work with a credible ENGO such a Canopy to help stimulate the development of new ecopaper options, improve the on-the-ground practices of forestry companies and advance conservation legacies.
Kay has always been passionate about the power of food – from the way we interact with it through sensory experiences to the way it empowers our bodies to its ability to connect people. During her time in college, Kay founded and ran her own healthy food truck with a mission to cultivate a wellness hub.
Zoe grew up in Hong Kong where 90% of the produce is imported and rarely tasted good. It wasn’t until she moved to the Bay Area that she both fell in love with the quality and variety of fruits and vegetables and learned firsthand how much good food was wasted, and was outraged that so much delicious edible produce was being thrown into landfills.
This revelation spurred her to develop a model to tackle this issue in a sustainable and scalable way. Once Zoe and Kay met they quickly saw the potential for a partnership that would seek to elevate Revive Foods to the next level.
It’s all about food in Milano. How will we feed the planet?
The USA Pavilion features American classics from all over America during the course of Expo 2015. This year it’s Food Truck Nation and they’re using compostable food containers and our compostable labels.
Green Printing doesn’t have to be Expensive
Today, companies, cities and non-profits see the benefit in green printing: From meeting packaging laws on compostability and recycling, to the obvious branding opportunities. From USA Pavilion World Expo 2015 to World Centric, companies, colleges and cities buy and prefer ‘green’ when given a choice.
Today, the choices of ‘green’ stocks, methods of ‘green’ printing, ‘green’ certification bodies require an education in itself: Biopolymers, tree-free, stone, cellulose.
Now, large and small, Religious, Environmental, Animal and Scientific Groups/Organizations/Faiths are concerned and advocating for sustainability and against water pollution, plastics/degradation of plastic and it’s affect on animals and humans. Your Company's Printing is a necessity, but where is the stock printed on coming from? China, Taiwan, Canada, Indonesia or the U.S. of A? If the paper is coming from Indonesia or Canada, for instance, it's quite probably contributing to deforestation which, in turn, is contributing to the extinction of the native species, i.e., orangutan, tiger population.
Deforestation, extinction, this list goes on and on and out to an increasingly well-informed public. Clients and customers are demanding to know how the Companies products are printed and packaged. Are the inks petroleum or vegetable-based? Are your inks low V.O.C. (volatile organic compounds)? Is your paper and packaging FSC (Forest Stewardship Council), SFI (Sustainably Forestry Initiative) or BEP (Best Environmental Practices) Certified? Was it Made Carbon Neutral? Are your labels compostable?!!!
Since 2003 Plan It Green Printing has been helping companies green their print practices.
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