Brands and Partners

Brands and Partners

Building strong relationships and partnering for a better future!

We strive to align ourselves with innovative companies that share our commitment to sustainability and to changing how humans interact with our environment.

World Centric

World Centric was founded in 2004 as a social enterprise to produce and distribute biocompostable products.  Their mission is to reduce economic injustice and environmental degradation through education, community networks and sustainable enterprises.  Since its inception, World Centric remain as one of the largest producers and distributors of sustainable eating ware products in the United States.

EcoLogic Solutions
Clean without compromise,A certified B Corp, Clean Tech, Manufacturer of Institutional Grade, Eco-Cleaning & Maintenance Products and Technology. Dedicated to bringing to market the safest, most effective and cost competitive institutional cleaning products, technologies and programs, with the best service and support the industry has to offer.
NatureWorks LLC

NatureWorks is a joint venture between Cargill and Teijin of Japan.  NatureWorks LLC is the first company to offer a family of commercially available low carbon footprint polymers derived entirely from annually renewable resources, with cost and performance that competes with petroleum-based packaging materials and fibers.  NatureWorks LLC is the maker Ingeo™ PLA.

Natureworks® Biopolymer is the raw material uniquely used to make Ingeo™ natural plastic fiber innovations.


Earth Preferred Products are powerful enzyme based cleaning products that offer a natural alternative to many of the harsh chemicals begin used by businesses and households, for a myriad of cleaning applications.

ECOBriteEC products are derived from naturally occurring, vegetable based enzyme; are Non-Toxic, Hypo-Allergenic, Non-Flammable, Non-Abrasive and

NC Composting Council

The North Carolina Composting Council, Inc. is an authorized affiliate organization of the US Composting Council as approved by the US Composting Council in April 2007.

The Council is dedicated to the development, expansion, and promotion of the composting industry based upon sound science, principles of sustainability, and economic viability