Our Ethics

OUR PHILOSOPHY

To use less plastic without compromising on quality or value.

To design and create better products than those currently available.

To use only natural ingredients in every product we make.

To protect our planet and be a change for good in the world.

OUR VISION

To eliminate all use of plastics in all households of New Zealand.

We have certifications for our good changes, so you don’t have to take just our word for it.

Raw Materials

The raw materials used in our eco products come from sustainable forestry.

Chain of Custody Certification - Forestry

Chain of Custody certification is a mechanism for tracking certified material from the forest to the final product to ensure that the wood fibre contained in the product can be traced back to certified forests.

FSC – Forestry Certification

When a product is labelled as “FSC Certified,” it means that the wood used in the product and the manufacturer that made it met the requirements of the Forest Stewardship Council.

FSC has a global forest certification system to provide a guarantee that forest products come from responsibly managed sources.

SFI – Sustainable Forestry Initiative

The Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) is a North American ‘forest certification standard’ and program of SFI Inc., a non-profit organisation. The Sustainable Forestry Initiative is the world’s largest single forest certification standard by area.

In 2005, the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification, which itself is the world’s largest forest certifications system, recognised the SFI standard

Compostability

Our Eco Cloths have been tested in Switzerland for their compostable breakdown abilities.

All our cloths qualify as compostable material under EN 13432 (certified by ISEGA; January 2011).

Our Bamboo Reusable Eco Wipes are made from 100% bamboo (FSC certified) and as such they are compostable by definition, being 100% bamboo.

YOU BUY, WE GIVE BACK

For every pack of our eco cloths sold, we’ll donate a month of clean, safe drinking water to a family in Cambodia.
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