We’re always on the lookout for ways to reduce our impact on the environment through the design and manufacturing of our products. We also know what fills your home matters to you, that’s why we offer EcoElements – a collection of products made with earth-friendly materials, made by a responsible company.
Made From Recycled Materials
The panels used to manufacture ORG Home products contain 100 percent recycled and/or recovered wood fibers, and are Environmentally Preferable Product certified by the CPA.
The wood fibers that make up the composite wood panels are unused lumber particles that would otherwise end up in landfills. Using these panels to create your ORG Home solution is a more resourceful process than building a system from solid wood – saving tress and avoiding landfills.
Made to Last
To ensure our products have a long lifespan, we make them super sturdy and highly reconfigurable. ORG Home products include a limited lifetime warranty and can be rearranged and repurposed, but they won’t have to be replaced – reducing waste.
Made for Recycling
ORG Home provides solutions for integrating recycling into your daily or weekly routine. With sturdy storage conveniently placed it’s a cinch to sort and stash your recyclables.
As we make and ship ORG Home products, we’re constantly looking for ways to make things better for people and the planet.
Keep it moving
We are always looking for new ways to keep things in use and out of the landfill. Today, that means…
- Nearly 94% of our total waste is recycled locally.
- We recycle 100% of our scrap wood and wood fibers from products and packaging, metal, copperwire, and cardboard waste.
- The cardboard we use to package ORG Home products has 25% to 35% recycled content.
- We recycle or refurbish for reuse all of our technology tools, and we invite ORG Home employees to bring old batteries, magazines and paper from home for recycling.
We take a carpool approach to delivering ORG Home products. The more we can fit into each truck, the better—for our costs, your price, and the quality of our air. None of the trucks return empty. Whether it’s bananas or backpacks, there’s always something to be brought back.