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All for the Earth

Zero Waste Policy

We love working with wood and value this resource given to us by the Earth. As such, we strive for a zero waste policy and love getting a bit creative with the offcuts. Sign up to our newsletters to get a first look at some unique and exclusive products!

Reforestation one tree at a time

We are committed to contributing to global reforestation. For every order you make, our Eco-partners will plant trees in areas of need. 

 

Packaging with a conscience 

We strive to use recyclable, biodegradable or compostable packaging. Our mailers give plastics already in circulation a second life and have a second adhesive strip so that it can be reused once more, then once it has served its purpose, you can recycle it where soft plastics are accepted! (unfortunately we are yet to find mailers long enough for our rulers and bath boards). 

FSC Certified

The FSC or Forest Stewardship Council certifies that the paper products that make up our printed tissue paper and stickers are sourced from a forest and supply chain that is managed responsibly and sustainably. FSC forest management standards are developed at an international level, and are then adapted to individual countries’ legal, social, and geographical settings, through national standards.

Acid Free Paper

The tissue and stickers we use is made from cellulose fiber where the active acid pulp is eliminated during processing. It is also lignin- and sulfur-free, meaning that our ink won’t transfer from the tissue and the paper won’t leave behind any of these chemicals when decomposing.

Soy-based Inks

Soy inks are an eco-friendly alternative to petroleum-based inks, made from soybeans, a renewable resource. While soy inks are slower to dry than many inks, the process produces more vibrant colors as well as having the added benefit of not leaving behind petroleum based products when decomposing. Finally, soy inks have low levels of VOCs, reducing air pollution during the drying process.

Ecologi and Eden project

photo credit to Ecologi and the Eden Rainforestation projects