Energy Positive Website, Pesticide Free Sun Grown, Recyclable glass bottles, recyclable packaging, mission to use as little plastics as possible.
We are always aiming to Reduce our Carbon Footprint!
ENERGY POSITIVE WEBSITE AND SERVERS.
By 2020, the Web Hosting industry will surpass the Airline industry in Environmental Pollution!
Our servers are run by a company that is a recognized EPA Green Power Partner. They are the most eco-friendly web hosting service in existence today. They work with environmental foundations to purchase wind energy credits to put back into the grid three times (3X) the amount of energy we consume. In effect having our servers run by GreenGeeks not only wipes out our entire online infrastructures carbon footprint but we’re also negating the carbon footprint of two additional companies of our size. This is in addition to already using energy efficient hardware housed in data centers which are designed to be environmentally friendly.
OUR PLANET IS DROWNING IN PLASTIC!
Today we have a mere 9.2 billion tons of plastic to deal with. Of that, more than 6.9 billion tons have become waste. And of that waste, a staggering 6.3 billion tons never made it to a recycling bin—a figure that stunned the scientists who crunched the numbers in 2017.
We have made a conscious decision to limit as far as possible our use of plastics, if we have to use it, we try to use a recyclable plastic. We use recyclable glass for our oils, paper and card packing materials, and bio-degradable packing fillers.
SOIL CONTAMINATION AND POISONING OUR WATERWAYS.
In the commercial horticulture and farming sectors, there are numerous problems concerning the contamination of soils and substrates by the use of pesticides. Sources of contamination can be all manner of fertilizers, pesticides and waste materials polluted by heavy metals, particularly by cadmium and lead. In greenhouses where traditional indoor methods of cultivation are used, the soil pollution due to the application of excessively high doses of fertilizers constitutes an environmental hazard. Water run off and disposal of soils and substrate contaminated further impacts the problem.
Not only that, from a product quality perceptive it’s important to have organic process grown hemp, as the contaminants from the soil, end up in the plant which ultimately ends up in the product. The cannabis/hemp plant is like a compound vacuum, whatever is in the soil, the plant will take it up. Hemp is a great soil cleanser.
This is why Absolute Nature uses only pesticide free outdoor organic grown Hemp. All verified with our 3rd Party analysis of all our products.