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Eco-Products 101

Our Vision

Eco-Products will be in the vanguard of our Zero Waste future.

Our Mission

At Eco-Products, we understand the connection between the health of the planet and the impacts of disposable packaging. Every day we work to advance Zero Waste systems, and help our customers be better stewards of the environment.

Our Industry

Sustainable disposables sound like an oxymoron, but we live in a consumer culture where disposable products are ubiquitous. And they aren’t going away any time soon. We see this as an incredible opportunity to help change the world—and more importantly each of the local communities we serve—by making sustainable disposable products that shift an industry.

The Eco-Products Difference

We’re one of the most recognized and authentic brands in sustainable food service packaging. As category leaders with an exclusive commitment to environmentally preferred packaging, we’re able to deliver benefits to our partners that are unavailable anywhere else on the market.


  • A one-stop shop assortment with 450+ SKUs
  • Third-party certifications back up environmental claims


  • Award-winning product design team
  • Cutting edge product development
  • Operator Specialists
  • A System Solution for waste diversion


  • Thought leaders of Zero Waste Systems
  • Leading industry efforts to increase composting & recycling
  • Dedicated sustainability expert on staff


  • Marketing and communication services
  • Custom life cycle
    analysis reports
  • Product customization
  • Zero Waste consulting

Words to Know

  • Compost - a valuable soil amendment made from organics and compostable packaging.
  • Compostable - describes a product or waste that can be organically broken down into compost.
  • Post-consumer recycled - made, at least in part, from products that have been used at least once and recycled into something new. (Note that just because something has been recycled does not mean it is recyclable).
  • Recyclable - a product made from valuable materials that can be shredded, melted or otherwise reduced to their raw forms and reformed into something new.
  • Non-Renewable or Finite Resources - raw materials, like fossil fuels, that cannot be replenished as fast as they are being consumed.
  • Renewable Resource - a raw material, like wheat straw or corn, that grows back annually.
  • Reclaimed Resource - a byproduct that can be used to create something new rather than get discarded. (i.e. Sugarcane fiber leftover from the sugar-making process can be molded into plates and containers.)