All of us here at EcoLogic® are committed to developing sustainable, compostable  packaging solutions that meet the increasing demand from our customers. These days it’s essential for companies to not just say they’re GREEN, but to be truly certified sustainable.  At Ecologic, our products have gone through various third party testing procedures to ensure we back up our green claims.

Our Products are Made From Plants, Not Plastics… meaning they are readily compostable in commercial facilities and other environments.

Want to find out more about GREEN LABELS ?
Check the sites below for a list of those reputable testing labs which help to ensure what you’re buying is CERTIFIED SUSTAINABLE : 

Biodegradable Products Institute (BPI)
BPI is the absolute standard in U.S. composting. BPI and the US Composting Council (USCC) use the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) specifications to certify products as compostable.

American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM)
ASTM D6400This specification covers plastics and products made from plastics that are designed to be composted in municipal and industrial aerobic composting facilities.

ASTM D6868This specification covers biodegradable plastics and products (including packaging), where plastic film or sheet is attached to substrates and the entire product or package is designed to be composted in municipal and industrial aerobic composting facilities. This specification also covers the degradability of pulp-based products such as sugarcane/bagasse

USDA BioPreferred Program
The BioPreferredSM program aims to increase the purchase and use of renewable, environmentally friendly biobased products while providing "green" jobs and new markets for farmers, manufacturers, and vendors.

Cedar Grove
Cedar Grove Composting's products undergo thorough laboratory and test garden assessments to ensure that the compost you buy meets our exacting standards.

European Committee for Standardization (CEN) EN-13432

International Standards Organization (ISO) ISO14855 (only for biodegradation)