When Be Green Packaging team member Tiela Black-Law is not busy managing accounts and working with company management, you can find her volunteering her free time at the local animal shelter. During her last visit to the shelter, she noticed that the rabbits and guinea pigs had found a new favorite ‘toy’ with Be Green’s Utility Trays! The animals were having a field day with the trays– using them to store hay and playing with them.
It’s official: Be Green products are now bunny and guinea pig approved.
Eco Chick founder and green journalist Starre Vartan recently took it upon herself to test the compostability of the bulrush utility trays that Be Green Packaging manufactures for Whole Foods Market. After picking up some fresh salad from Whole Foods Market, Starre takes the container home to put it through its paces– first in the refrigerator and ultimately in the compost pile.
Read the entire story on Inhabitat, which includes pictures documenting each step of the process.
To order Be Green Packaging’s line of plant fiber packaging, visit the Be Green Packaging store, the company’s official website to purchase their biodegradable packaging.