Don’t eat this spoon

Earthware is seeking to make South Florida more sustainable one fork, knife or spoon at a time. Supported by green accelerator EcoTech Visions, the compostable cutlery startup is hoping to help businesses replace petroleum-based products (that end up in our landfills) with utensils made up of organic, plant-based materials. Earthware’s products are 100% compostable, which means they can be broken down and turned into soil, to encourage customers to avoid wasteful habits that contribute to global warming.

Local green-tech incubator and accelerator EcoTech is celebrating two years of taking Miami into a greener future with community festival EcoFest on Nov. 17 and fundraiser EcoFête on Nov. 19. Proceeds from the fundraiser will benefit their new, net-zero facility in the heart of the Green Corridor.

By The New Tropic Creative Studio
The WhereBy.Us Creative Studio helps clients big and small engage locals, through campaigns that use creative marketing, storytelling, events, and activations to build community, conversation, and impact.