Published April 28, 2010
Community , Living Green
Santa Barbara, CA - As Earth Day celebrations occurred around the world, Be Green Packaging asked consumers, “shouldn’t every day be Earth Day?”
Be Green Packaging staff around the nation spent Earth Day and the weekend prior educating consumers on the importance of composting. Meanwhile, Be Green Packaging’s executive team attended the Earth Day Festival in Shanghai, China.
Be Green booths were set up at festivals and in Whole Foods Market stores in an attempt to spread the word about the importance of reducing the use of non-renewable, single-use containers. Continue reading ‘Be Green Packaging LLC Lives the Color at Earth Day Celebrations Around the Country’
Published April 7, 2010
Santa Barbara, CA – April 7, 2010 – Be Green Packaging LLC partnered with the 25th Annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival to participate in their sustainable green movement.
Throughout the festival, Be Green Packaging supplied vendors with a full line of tree free, compostable, bulrush fiber products to be used in the festival’s galas, ceremonies and tributes. Vendors for this year’s event included CPK, Pascucci, Wahoos, Marmalade, Chipotle, Live Culture, Chinos, Epiphany, and Pinkberry.
This year was Be Green’s second year contributing to the event. As the Film festival is one of Santa Barbara’s most renowned events, Be Green Packaging feels honored to have been involved in the 10-day occasion.
For more information regarding Be Green Packaging LLC and their products, please visit www.begreenpackaging.com.
Santa Barbara, CA – April 1, 2010 – Be Green Packaging LLC was one of the first businesses in Santa Barbara County to receive certification from the Green Business Program.
The Green Business Program awards certifications to businesses that successfully complete a series of requirements and fulfill all the environmental sustainability standards. Be Green completed a series of requirements regarding solid waste reduction and recycling, environmentally preferable purchasing, energy conservation, water conservation and pollution prevention.
Continue reading ‘Be Green Packaging Achieves Green Certification from Santa Barbara County’