Eco-friendly Packaging

All of our products are sent using eco-friendly packaging. Just open your eco-friendly gifts and pop the biodegradable bag. Over time it will break down and feed the earth. Composting is one of the most effective ways to reduce waste naturally and keeps everything going around in a circle.

For the other packing materials, packaging has been kept to a minimal wherever possible. Some products need a bit of extra cushion, like candles or glass used as sustainable packaging for skincare. So for these eco products you may notice bio-degradable bubble wrap, wood wool or corn chips (not the edible kind). Don’t worry, all of these are environmentally friendly and contain no petroleum-based plastic. The chips are dissolvable in water. Or chuck them in the compost with the wood wool. 

All labels and cards are also made from recycled paper. Even the tape that holds everything together is made from paper activated by water. Either way, you can reuse or compost all boxes and packaging materials. We really have thought of all the details here at nEARTHme.

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It’s the whole package that counts when it comes to sustainability!

Wood wool eco-packaging

Wood wool

Wood wool is an eco-friendly product that is completely biodegradable and can be recycled. Our wood wool sustainably produced from extremely slim and slender shavings of virgin pine.

Biodegradable packing peanuts are made from naturally derived starches like wheat and cornstarch.

Peanuts

Biodegradable packing peanuts are made from naturally derived starches like wheat and cornstarch. Entirely plant-based, biodegradable packing peanuts will dissolve in water, making it impossible for them to wind up polluting oceans, lakes, rivers, or waterways.

"Thank you" cards

"Thank you" cards

100% post-consumer recycled paper. Vegetable based inks are used in our offset printing and are the eco-friendlier alternative to petroleum based inks. Made from the extracts of corn, walnut, coconut, linseed, canola and soy bean, the oils and extracts are often blended.

Cardboard is produced by pressing together moist fibers, typically cellulose pulp derived from wood, rags, or grasses, shavings leftover from lumber mill waste and drying them into flexible sheets.

Cardboard

It is produced by pressing together moist fibers, typically cellulose pulp derived from wood, rags, or grasses, shavings leftover from lumber mill waste and drying them into flexible sheets.

Jute & Hemp rope

Jute & Hemp rope

Jute is a natural fiber that is extracted from the bark of the jute vegetable plant. A rapid-growing plant, hemp is perfect for making rope. A rapid-growing plant, hemp is perfect for making rope. 100% biodegradable & compostable.

Burlap (Hessian) ss a woven fabric usually made from the skin of the jute plant or sisal fibers, which may be combined with other vegetable fibers.

Burlap (Hessian)

Is a woven fabric usually made from the skin of the jute plant or sisal fibers, which may be combined with other vegetable fibers. 100% biodegradable & compostable.

Cotton and canvas bags are the most common bags made with natural fibers.

Cotton & Canvas bags

Cotton and canvas bags are the most common bags made with natural fibers. Reuse them again and again.

Compostable bag

Compostable bag

The perfect alternative to plastic poly mailer bags is here, and it’s completely compostable. Our 100% Compostable Mailer is a great step towards sustainable packaging, and can be composted both at home and commercially.

Since it’s made from paper, this stickers are 100% recyclable and compostable

Stickers & sticky tape

100% post-consumer recycled paper. Vegetable based inks are used in our offset printing and are the eco-friendlier alternative to petroleum based inks. Made from the extracts of corn, walnut, coconut, linseed, canola and soy bean, the oils and extracts are often blended.

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