Malibu, CA – On the brink of a global shift, Holhaus is equipped to supply Malibu and other beach cities on the California coastline with marine degradable utensils. Holhaus recently launched its wholesale division of sustainable, holistic and green products with a flair.
California beach city businesses are facing a swift shift in the tide, especially with the City of Malibu’s June 1st ordinance to ban plastic. The Malibu ban is only the beginning and setting the trend for beach cities to make that change from plastic to eco-friendly marine degradable straws, stirrers and cutlery. It has been reported that the Great Pacific Garbage Patch is double the size of Texas and three times bigger than France.
“Malibu is setting the trend and it’s only a matter of time before other beach cities do the same”, states CEO and Creative Director of Holhaus, Michelle Lockert, “and we are here to support local and small businesses to adjust to this shift of doing business. This will alter bottom lines.”
Transitioning from plastic to bamboo, PHA, glass, metal or paper will take considerable time, however the future of our planet is at stake. A slight modification in materials now won’t mean much to our forthcoming generations.
“Global warming is not only the number one environmental challenge we face today, but one of the most important issues facing all of humanity. We all have to do our part to raise awareness about global warming and the problems we as a people face in promoting a sustainable environmental future for our planet.” ˗Leonardo DiCaprio
Holhaus procures, curates and manufacturers sustainable goods for your home, body and lifestyle with a local and global perspective. With their unique perspective and intricate attention to details, Holhaus is on course to be one of the leading eco-friendly distributors, addressing the world’s significant challenges with climate change, ocean pollution, and greenhouse gases, by creating and bridging sustainable solutions that foster a holistic lifestyle for the planet.