Little things add up.  Small steps begin an epic journey.  A little label made from wood cellulose.   It’s used, serves a purpose and then dissolves away leaving no trace and no worries.

If it were a plastic label it would need to be recycled and separated, hopefully it wouldn’t be tossed into the water where it would become an environmental issue as it degraded.

A small dissolvable label.  A big idea.

Made from wood cellulose, this will dissolve in water

Made from wood cellulose, this will dissolve in water


Heal the Bay has been a force for good:  Clean Water, a clean Santa Monica Bay, it’s environs and watersheds.  Since 1985 they’ve been there for the people of Santa Monica,  Los Angeles, Southern California and a model for citizen activists around the world.    The sticker labels are made from plants, primarily corn stalks.    Think about it:  Most plastic does not get recycled, would you rather have a plastic sticker lying on the road or a sticker made from plants?  The plant sticker will eventually compost while the plastic sticker will eventually breakdown and become a toxic nightmare.   Doing the right thing isn’t always easy  but in the long term, it’s better for all of us.

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