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Why Your Choice of Material Matters.

The materials we choose to utilize daily play a pivotal role in defining the health of our planet. Every material, from the wood in furniture to the plastic in packaging, leaves an environmental footprint.

Environmental Impact

Conventional materials often exploit non-renewable resources, leading to the degradation of ecosystems. Over-reliance on such resources accelerates deforestation, water scarcity, and biodiversity loss.

Carbon Footprint

Many traditional materials, especially plastics, have a high carbon footprint. This means their production and decomposition release significant amounts of greenhouse gasses.

Waste Accumulation

Non-biodegradable materials often end up in landfills, oceans, and other ecosystems. This harms marine life, pollutes soil and water, and contributes to the global waste crisis.

Finite Resources

Overexploitation of certain materials can lead to their eventual depletion. Sustainable alternatives ensure that we don't exhaust our planet's finite resources.

Green Procurement as a Modern Necessity.

Green procurement is the process of selecting and purchasing materials that are environmentally friendly. It involves researching the environmental impact of different materials, evaluating their costs, and opting for those with minimal impacts on the environment. The shift towards sustainable procurement is becoming more pronounced than ever. Here's why:

Consumer Awareness

More consumers are showing genuine concern about the environment. This consciousness reflects in their buying decisions, with many preferring sustainable brands over others.

Financial Viability

Sustainable procurement often leads to cost savings in the long run. Eco-friendly materials can be more durable, and efficient, while also preventing potential future regulatory costs.

Reputation Management

Companies engaging in sustainable practices are seen more favorably by stakeholders. It enhances brand loyalty and trust.

Risk Mitigation

Sourcing sustainable materials can reduce risks related to resource scarcity, regulatory challenges, and potential supply chain disruptions.

Our Platform Set
The Benchmark for Sustainable.

At Green Sourcing Hub, we believe in giving users access to sustainable materials while maintaining top-level performance standards. Our range of environmentally consious materials is designed to reduce environmental impact while solving problems and creating opportunities. Materials on this platform meet the following standards:

Resource Efficient

Less Plastic

We champion materials that diminish our reliance on traditional plastics. This helps address a significant source of environmental concern.

Tree Conservation

By seeking alternatives, we curb deforestation. This is good for the preservation of our planet's lungs.

Water Conservation

Our platform prioritizes materials that are water-efficient. This directly responds to pressing global water challenges.

Low Carbon

We promote materials that have a low carbon footprint across their entire lifecycle. It makes a tangible impact in our fight against global warming.


PCR (Post Consumer Recycled)

These materials are created from consumer waste and give a second life to what was once discarded.

PIR (Post Industrial Recycled)

Originating from industry-specific waste, these materials help to reduce industrial inventories and downcycling.


Industrial Compostable

These materials are designed to break down in industrial settings. They nourish the earth as they degrade.

Marine Degradable

Designed to degrade in oceanic conditions, these materials offer a solution to marine pollution.



By harnessing sugarcane, we tap into a material that champions the circular carbon model.


A material derived from corn, this is a renewable plant-based resource.


Algae-based materials are a sustainable material option created from marine biomass with a low environmental impact.

Green Composite

Bio-based Material Mix

Here, we fuse various bio-based elements, developing material products that are both durable and green.

Virgin Material Mix

This method blends new, unprocessed materials with natural materials. It ensures performance isn't compromised for sustainability.