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2020 Wild Plastic™ 

Clean-Ups / Events 

What will be provided to collect the litter?
We greatly appreciate the support we receive from our attendees and want to ensure a fun and comfortable clean-up experience so we provide trash grabbers, gloves and a jute collection bag.
What items will be available for purchase?
At the Wild Plastic tent, we will have:
  • Exclusive Upcycled Products
  • Jute Shopping Bags
  • Stainless Steel Water Bottles
  • Straw Combo Pack
  • Bamboo Toothbrush
What does Wild Plastic do with the recovered plastic and other material?
All plastic that we are able to upcycle will be processed by Wild Plastic. All other material will be sent to a general recycling facility.

Upcycling

Does Wild Plastic use virgin plastic to create it's upcycled products?
Absolutely not, purchasing plastic would go against our core principles. Our main goal is to eliminate plastic waste from the wild and prevent any additional fossil fuel based plastic from being produced. All upcycled items are made from 100% recycled plastic, either removed from the wild or intercepted from going to a landfill.
What type of plastic is mostly used in your creations? 
While P.E.T. (Polyethylene terephthalate) is the most commonly recovered plastic, used in water bottles, it is actually the most difficult to process. So H.D.P.E. (High Density Polyethylene), L.D.P.E. (Low Density Polyethylene) and P.P. (Polypropylene) are our favorite to work with as they are less sensitive to external conditions such as moisture and temperature. 
Most plastic bags are L.D.P.E., can you process them?
Unfortunately, plastic bags and other plastic film cannot be processed by the shredder. Our solution to that is the Plastic Film Bank found in our Marketplace.
Do you use any plastic in your packaging?
We go the extra nautical mile to ensure zero plastic is used in our in our "Alternatives" and "Upcycled" product packaging. Only crinkle cut paper made from 100% recycled paper made here in the U.S.A. is used for product protection while shipping. None of those products will contain plastic film.
Can I pick up my order instead of paying for shipping?
At this time, order pick-up is not permitted. However, it is possible to avoid shipping by attending our events and purchasing them there or taking advantage of our Free Shipping promotions. You can subscribe here to be notified of them and when and where we'll be next.

Marketplace

TideTurners™

Where manufactures your compostable products?
We are a vendor for all of Asean Corp's. product line located and manufactured in Oregon, U.S.. Their brands are StalkMarket® , Planet+™ , ECOSOURCE Tableware™ , Jaya® Compostables, and WASARA®. They do not sell directly to consumers. We have access to all of their products. If your needs surpass our product line in our catalog, but is manufactured by Asean Corp., we can source it.
Do you only service Florida?
We can provide plant-based compostable food-service supplies nationwide. Since our manufacturer is US-based, lead time and shipping is quick.
Can you provide smaller quantities?
Absolutely, our partner site www.Compostable-Products.com will allow you to purchase smaller quantities for events such as weddings and parties.
Do your compostable products contain BPA?
No. Never. Bisphenol-A is a chemical added to conventional oil-based plastics to make them sturdy. Since our products are plant-based, they have no reason to contain BPA.
What is bagasse?
Bagasse is a 100% pre-consumer recycled byproduct of making sugar. When sugarcane stalks are harvested, they're pressed to release juices that are processed into sugar. Rather than burning or throwing the used fibrous stalks away, the fibrous pulp is made into a paper-pulp substance called bagasse, which is then formed into a wide variety of products like containers, plates, and bowls.
What is Ingeo™?
Ingeo™ is a brand of PLA (aka "plant sugar plastic"), which is a biopolymer made from polylactic acid derived from starchy plants like corn, potatoes, tapioca, sugarcane, sugar beets, and soy protein. In the U.S., PLA is typically made from corn kernels that are milled and processed to extract the starch, which is then converted into plastic.
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