Geosphere develops products that confront our biggest challenges: plastic pollution, human health and global warming. Our packaging is certified non-toxic and guaranteed to biodegrade completely.
We all navigate a minefield of conflicting information about what is safe for us, our families, and for the world we live in. In response, many companies have put ‘sustainability’ at the top of the list. However, today we demand action over lip service. Sophisticated consumers know when companies are putting real money behind their commitment to becoming truly sustainable.
This Week: Community Composting
Fermenting Your Food Waste
Bokashi means “fermented organic matter” and involves layering food scraps — not just produce, but meat and dairy as well — in a special bucket with a tight lid and spigot (to drain liquids).
Composting for the Future
“Curtis Bay is polluted by the emissions from I-895, a chemical company, a coal company, a kerosene company, and three incinerators.” Marvin Hayes of the Baltimore Compost Collective, and his work to reverse the damage from the ground up.
We make 100% compostable films, injection molded bottles and jars, PFAS-Free thermoformed bowls, trays and containers, gloves, straws and more. We are always interested in new sustainable product challenges. Contact us with your needs.