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Sustainability Issues & Solutions

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Environmental impact: Single-use plastics end up in landfills or oceans and can take up to 450 years to decompose. This contributes to pollution, affects marine life and can also be harmful to humans. 

Resource depletion: Single-use plastic is derived from petroleum based non-renewable sources. By reducing plastic waste, we are indirectly contributing to the conservation of natural resources.

A study conducted by the University of California Santa Barbara found that every single piece of plastic ever made still exists in some form today, and it is estimated that by 2050 there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish by weight.

SM Sustainability was founded to empower people by making it easy and convenient to reduce their impact. We aim to eliminate as much plastic as possible from our products and operations, and our shipment packaging is plastic-free and recyclable. We are true believers that by making sustainable choices in our daily routine, it can lead to a big lasting impact. Start feeling good about your products you use everyday.

-PLA (polylactic acid) - PLA is a biodegradable polymer that is made from renewable resources such as corn starch, sugarcane, or cassava roots. It is used in packaging materials, disposable cutlery, and food containers.
-PHA (polyhydroxyalkanoates) - PHA is a type of biodegradable polymer that is produced by bacteria through fermentation of organic materials. It is used in various applications such as food packaging, shopping bags, and even medical implants.
-Biodegradable Cellulose -based materials derived from wood pulp, cotton, or other plant sources are biodegradable and can be used as an alternative to traditional single-use plastics for items like shopping bags, straws, and food containers.

Bioplastics are made from renewable materials, which means that they have a lower carbon footprint than traditional plastics. Because they are derived from plants, they absorb atmospheric carbon dioxide during their growth, making them more eco-friendly. Bioplastics can be turned into compost after use, meaning they do not contribute to the landfill waste. Overall, bioplastics offer a more sustainable and eco-friendly alternative to traditional plastics, and they can help to reduce our impact on the planet.

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Eliminating Single-Us Plastic One Order At A Time.

Elevating 
Sustainability

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