Sustainable Packaging


Our Commitment to Sustainable Packaging

Our first Hemp harvest was not only great for testing out some growing systems, but it’s also great for testing out potential packaging! We’re on a pursuit to find sustainable packaging options that are compliant with NYS packaging regulations so we reached out to a handful of companies whose mission and products we liked.
 First up is Humidi Co who stuck out to us at MJBiz Con so we are excited to give them a try!
  • Humidi utilizes patented blends of PHA to create the world’s first, fully backyard compostable, child-resistant packaging. Their packaging breaks down in water and soil with the help of microorganisms, leaving behind no microplastics as well as other environmental pollutants.
  • Designed to break down in your home-compost pile; PHAs biodegrade naturally leaving behind no micro-plastic particulates or harmful chemicals. The process in which PHA breaks down is similar to cellulose or wood.  When kept in an environment with limited bacterial and fungi activity, the material will last for a long time.  If that material is discarded into the environment or compost bin, it will be consumed by microorganisms that feed off the material as a carbon food source.
  • 0% Plastic, 100% Natural
  • Home and Industrial compostable
  • Fresh/Marine Water Biodegradable
  • Soil Biodegradable
  • 100% Grown & Made in the USA
Next up on our list of sustainable packaging options we’ve been testing out with our hemp flower is Hempack USA
  • Hempak is a sustainable packaging supplier that has pioneered how to make products with biodegradable hemp plastic including the first-ever hemp jar and pop-top tube
  • Why hemp plastic- Hemp is one of nature’s greatest carbon absorbers. It is natural, renewable and relatively easy to grow. 1 ton of hemp sequesters 1.6 tons of CO2
  • Hemp plastic is a premium green alternative to traditional plastics yet still it delivers quality and durability
  • Made in the USA with biodegradable hemp plastic: the future of packaging. Products biodegrade in a landfill within two years

Sana Packaging is a sustainable packaging brand that designs and develops cannabis packaging using plant-based, reclaimed, or recycled materials. Their mission is to reduce the impact of single-use packaging by leading the cannabis industry towards a sustainable future.

  • Sustainable cannabis packaging made from 100% plant-based hemp plastic, 100% reclaimed ocean-bound plastic, and other innovative materials.
  • Reclaimed over 275 tons of ocean-bound plastic
    • Ocean-bound plastic is defined as plastic waste within 50 kilometers of the coast that has escaped traditional waste streams and entered the environment. This also includes plastic waste that has made its way to the coastline, waterways, nearshore, and deep sea.
    • They view ocean-bound plastic as a stranded resource. On top of being post-consumer recycled material, our goal in using this stranded resource is to bolster the demand for ocean-bound plastic and the infrastructure required to remove this waste from the environment.
  • Used over 90 tons of plant-based hemp plastic
  • Transitioned over 365 tons of material from virgin petroleum-based resins to reclaimed or plant-based resins
  • Made in the USA
  • Our 100% reclaimed ocean-bound plastic is a pure HDPE (#2 recyclable)

eBottles– When it comes to sustainable cannabis packaging, they believe in using material that can be reused, recycled or made from post-consumer recycled (PCR) materials. Food grade and compliant, our sustainable cannabis packaging is made using reclaimed, recycled and 100% recyclable materials.

  • All PET and PP closures can be made with post consumer recycled material (PCR) or certified ocean bound material
  • All of their plastic products can be produced using 25% to 100% post consumer recycled material. Even a small percentage of PCR can make a difference in the plastic lifecycle.
  • All of their PET is 100% recyclable 
  • All of their glass is made with a percentage of recycled glass, called cullet. Recycled glass is used to lower melting temperatures of each glass batch, reducing energy usage by 2-3%
  • eBottles works with a curated group of global and domestic manufacturers. For their customers looking to limit the distance their packaging needs to travel, they offer domestic options with jar and closure manufacturers located in the US, Canada and Mexico.

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