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December 18, 2019

Eco-friendly bowl and utensils

Most people want to make choices in their day-to-day life that won’t be harmful to the environment. But, with a fast-paced, on-the-go life it can be difficult. One area that can be the trickiest but also an easy change, is the use of disposable products. We live in a consumer culture where disposable products are ubiquitous. And they aren’t going away any time soon.

Making the Switch to Green in the Workplace

Many people are making the switch from single-use, disposable items, to reusable items, such as reusable water bottles, straws, and more. While making the switch on an individual level is great, we are also seeing companies, from office breakrooms, to restaurants, to hospitals, switch to more eco-friendly alternatives. One switch is to ‘Sustainable Disposables’, meaning disposables that are compostable or recyclable, and made with renewable resources or post-consumer recycled materials.

Eco-friendly packaging

Rhyme is happy to offer a line of eco-friendly products that can work for any business. Eco-Products is the leading brand of environmentally friendly food service packaging. Everything they make comes with real environmental benefits. 

Eco Products logo

Eco-Products only make products with renewable resources or post-consumer recycled content. They work to advance Zero Waste systems, and help customers be better stewards of the environment. As a B. Corporation Certified company, they have 3rd Party Validation that their business balances purpose and profit. They are legally required to consider the impact of their decisions on their workers, customers, suppliers, community, and the environment.

Rhyme offers over 125 items in the Eco-Products line. With industry leading offerings of green packaging available, it can take the place of all other disposable products your office or business uses.

Shop all Eco-Products Items

For more tips on office sustainability see:

Creating a More Sustainable Office


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