January 30, 2019

Reach your New Year’s Resolution with Less Waste!

What is your 2019 New Year’s resolution? Maybe it’s a fitness bootcamp to get stronger, or a juice detox to balance your body, a dry January to take a break from alcohol, or a 30 day yoga challenge to become
December 3, 2018

Compostable Packaging For Your Sustainable Holiday Party

Are you hosting a holiday party this year? Hosting a holiday party is a lot of fun. However, it is also a lot of work. There is food to prepare, a venue to choose, decorations to organize, drinks to fix and
December 16, 2016

3 Steps to Using Compostables at Your Holiday Events

It’s that time of the year again, and the past couple weeks have reminded Vancouverites that we are in fact a part of chilly Canada.  It’s a good time to be indoors, tucking in with a hot cup of cocoa,
November 7, 2016

Compostable Formalwear at a Black Tie Event

Our CEO Susanna Carson has taken compostable packaging to a new level.  On September 30th our CEO supported nature education and attended Nature Canada’s inaugural Nature Ball. More than the meal was sustainable at this black tie event. The event helps children
October 3, 2016

You are what you eat – how locally sourced food sends the right message

More than 50% of people agree that what you eat says a lot about who you are (Eaters Digest Report 2016). As an event organizer or food service provider, what does your food say about you? Diners everywhere are becoming increasingly
July 19, 2016

5 Tips for a Plastic Free Office!

BSIbio is one of many companies that joined the Plastic-Free July Challenge. What is that? It’s quite simple: Attempt to refuse single-use plastic during the month of July! At BSIbio, we took simple, day-to-day actions to drastically reduce our use of disposable plastic. Here’s
June 30, 2016

Our BSIbio #PlasticFreeJuly Week!

Guess what tomorrow is, other than Canada Day? It’s the #PlasticFreeJuly challenge! Begun 5 years ago in Perth, Australia, the challenge is now gaining ground worldwide. The point is that for a day, a week, or the whole month, we try to