Our mission is to reduce plastic usage and promote sustainable lifestyles. Our products are made from plants and other eco-friendly materials only.
Good for the environment – Good for you.
10 million straws a day, which is enough to line the country’s borders more than twice?
As we all know, plastic products have already caused huge damage to our environment and ecosystem. There is no denying that the trend of banning plastics is not avoidable. Many of those plastic straws end up in our oceans, polluting the water and harming sea life. If we don’t act now, by 2050 plastics in the ocean will outweigh the fish.
Nothing Lasts Forever, but Plastic.
We are challenging restaurants and bars to switch from their plastic straws to biodegradable or reusable straws. Organizan provides a line of products in bulk for business owners to replace their plastic straws. We are able to customize to suit your company need.
When I know South Australia considers a ban on all single-use plastic products. We were wondering whether we could find a substitute straw for the plastic ones to help alleviate the problem in Canberra, ACT. Plastic waste is everyone’s problem. All the world now has the responsibility of addressing this issue.
We are an organization focusing on providing eco-friendly consumer products. Our products include nonplastic drinking straws that are made from sugar trees, grass, and natural wheat straw. As well as supplying bamboo cutlery sets which are made from 100% natural materials. All of our products are sustainable, degradable, chemical-free and gluten-free. We are so excited about this idea and have decided to promote it to as many restaurants and cafes as we can to help address the problem.
We want to do this to raise awareness of eco-friendly alternatives to plastic products. Organizan started by offering free natural wheat straws to some restaurants and cafe shops in Canberra to help reduce the usage of plastic waste. Many stores have already co-operated with us and substituted their plastic straws with our natural ones.