Zero Waste Solutions

It Starts With Us

Everything we do in our everyday lives impacts the future of life on Earth. We all have a choice to make: continue on a path that leads to a collapsed world, or contribute to a healthy ecosystem, social and economic equality, thriving habitats and a better quality of life for all.

Using Business as a Tool

Exposing Issues

Giving Back

Zero Waste Consciousness

Sustainable products for a better world

We can choose new ways to live that tread lightly on a planet that’s already stretched to its limits of bio-capacity. Choosing plant-based, eco-friendly products is one way to impact our ailing environment. And World Centric® compostable products are lighter impact alternatives to everyday plastic and Styrofoam disposables. Our products are designed to transform waste into new soil through composting. They use less energy and water to manufacture, make less pollution than petroleum-based products, and are made from renewable resources and waste materials… the list of benefits is almost endless. Best of all, they save biodiversity and habitats.

A better world is possible

We donate at least 25% of our profits to global grassroots social and environmental programs and to offset our carbon emissions from raw material to delivery. We strive for fair labor practices in our manufacturing facilities. And we invest in projects that offset all the carbon emitted by the energy we consumed in our operations.

Learn more about our donations for nonprofits and social enterprises

What you need to know

Plastic Problems
Paper Problems

World Centric® products are made from materials that follow the life cycle on Earth

The benefits of compostables

Less Energy

Manufacturing bio-based plastic from corn takes 77% less energy than manufacturing conventional plastic from petroleum.

Less Water

Making cups from bio-based plastic uses 86% less water than it takes to make them from foam.

Less Waste

World Centric® is not only concerned with where our products end up as waste, we are also concerned with where they begin as raw materials.

Less Pollution

The production of bamboo pulp for plates emits only 65% of the CO2 pollution that is emitted in the production of expanded polystyrene resin for foam plates.

Taking Accountability for Our Carbon Emissions