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World Centric

Certified Compostable Foodservice Products and Zero Waste Solutions
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World Centric provides zero waste solutions to reduce environmental impact.  Our vision is a just and sustainable world, where humans live simply and tread lightly.

Founded in 2004, World Centric has been a pioneer in the compostable products industry, and we continue to set ourselves apart from the competition through our high standards for product quality and certifications. By innovating in plant-based materials and design, World Centric has developed over 150 foodservice and retail tableware products across tableware, cutlery and food packaging.  In addition to our compostable alternatives, we engage in initiatives aimed at growing composting infrastructure and minimizing waste.

We are a certified B-Corp and a California Benefit Corporation, a new type of corporation which is purpose-driven and creates benefit for all stakeholders, not just shareholders.  And our most important stakeholders are the future generations for whom we must preserve our planet and resources.

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Annie Davis

Northern California Recycling Association (NCRA) and LITE Initiatives (LITE)

Leading the way to zero waste - at home, work and play! Want to join in?
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NCRA, www.ncrarecycles.org, is a non-profit trade organization of recycling businesses, community groups, municipalities and individuals. We promote waste reduction, reuse, salvaging, recycling and composting as vital tools for resource and energy conservation and as cost-effective, environmentally sound methods of disposing of discarded materials.

NCRA vice president Portia Sinnott is a Zero Waste Consultant and ED of LITE Initiatives, www.liteinitiatives.org. LITE is a Sonoma County based activist group that promotes simple, sustainable practices with significant consequences. Our four programs - Car-Lite, Community Bikes, Living Green and Zero Waste Sonoma County, all promote safety, sharing and the development of DIY - Do It Your Self, skills.

Contact Information
Portia M. Sinnott
707 824-9931
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