NIBBLE SAFE, a safety and sustainability focused baby product manufacturer, announced today that its line of reusable placemats has earned the Carbonfree Product Certification for carbon neutrality.
Nibble Safe now offsets carbon emissions and expects to retire 100 tonnes of CO2 equivalent this year. Carbonfund manages the Carbonfree Product Certification and the portfolio of verified projects that offer permanent carbon reductions.
Ellen Powell, Founder of Nibble Safe, explained the importance of the program: “I founded Nibble Safe to create the safest possible environment for my child. With our carbon neutral program, we’re trying to do our part to ensure the safety of future generations as well. The choices we make today will impact the lives of our children and grandchildren. We can’t wait to expand this program and increase our impact with future products.”
A third party completed an ISO-compliant life-cycle audit of the Nibble Safe placemat. The audit scope included the entire product life-cycle from raw material extraction, manufacturing, logistics, and disposal, as well as use, such as daily washing.
About Nibble Safe:
Nibble Safe was created by a mom who couldn’t find a solution to a simple problem with her child. They are dedicated to making safe and sustainable products for children with USA manufacturing, premium materials, exhaustive testing, no-frills packaging, complimentary recycling, and carbon offsets. Nibble Safe is based in Northville Michigan. To learn more, visit nibblesafe.com.
Carbonfund is leading the fight against climate change, making it easy and affordable for any individual, business or organization to reduce & offset their climate impact and hasten the transition to a clean energy future. Carbonfund achieves its goals through climate change education, carbon offsets & reductions, and public outreach. Carbonfund has America’s first carbon neutral product label, Carbonfree Certified. The Carbonfree Certified Products Program is proud to be part of Amazon’s Climate Pledge Friendly Program.