Campfire Treats’ Shipping Materials Now 100% Biodegradable and Recyclable

All-natural dog treat manufacturer Campfire Treats has completed its transition to plastic-free, 100% biodegradable and fully recyclable shipping materials. Less than 10% of all plastic is recycled, making it one of the most widespread pollutants on the planet. Especially problematic to recycle are material combinations. This includes conventional shipping components like bubble wrap, plastic sealing tape and labels which generate a staggering amount of non-recyclable waste. These are used out of habit and convenience but aren’t necessary. Most shipping materials don’t need to contain plastic to be effective. Campfire Treats transitioned gradually from plastic to paper-based shipping and packing materials — they now use corrugated cardboard boxes, kraft paper for cushioning, plastic-free tape and shipping labels made without silicone-based liners. Everything is entirely plastic-free, 100% biodegradable and fully recyclable. Visit CampfireTreats.com for more info.

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