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for your biodegradable and compostable products, eco-friendly consulting services and food waste pickup services

Eco Green store, home of all products that are biodegradable and compostable, as well as food pickup services for events in Delaware County PA only.

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I give each customer quality service and quality products. .

If you have any questions or comments, please call Bob at 610-299-9190 or email us or contact us.

Our mission is to provide you with green consulting services for biodegradable, compostable and sustainable products, as well as a food waste pickup service for putting the products in a compost site for events! Consulting for business, government, and school in Delaware County PA only.

We offer high quality, environmentally friendly products at competitive prices. Our products are made from sugarcane and corn (renewable energy sources). Most products are compostable with 35-50 days. Plastic and oil are not used in our products.

We are continually looking for quality products to provide you with the products you are looking for. If you are looking for something that we don't carry, please let us know and we'll try to accommodate you.

We sell a full range of completely compostable food service products from Vegware including BPI-approved hot and cold cups, BPI-approved cutlery, CPLA hot cup lids and a full range of moulded fibre plates, bowls, and food containers.

Zero-waste Clients

We sold biodegradable and compostable products to the following clients and picked up the food waste and delivered it to the compost center Peninsular in Delaware.

  • PRC

Upcoming Events

  • Get on the Bus! with EQAT!!!

    Posted on January 17, 2013by eqat

    EQAT Gets Moving with 350.org

    At Monday’s General Meeting EQAT members began planning our newest action: Get on the Bus! This action is EQAT joining the call by the Sierra Club and 350.org to converge on the White House and demand President Obama block the Keystone XL pipeline…
    “The first step to putting our country on the path to addressing the climate crisis is for President Obama to reject the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline. His legacy as president will rest squarely on his response, resolve, and leadership in solving the climate crisis.”350.org

  • WhyNotBobStore will be donating compostable products, pick up food waste & bring it to the compost center for a zero waste run at 2012 Lansdowne Memorial Day Parade on Monday, May 28.
  • WhyNotBobStore - rain barrel special. Please contact Bob at whynotbobstore@gmail.com for Delaware County PA only ! Will donate $10 to MusicWorks for each barrel sold.
  • Coming soon to Whynotbobstore!!! - Chinet made from 100% recycled molded fiber (plates, bowls and school trays).
  • Go Green & have a zero waste event! Contact me for more information.
  • Party Pack 50 now available at Whynotbobstore!!!
    This party pack consists of:
    50 count 10" 3 compartment dinner plates, 50 count 6" dessert plates, 50 count 12 oz green stripe cold cups, 50 count fork, spoon, knife, napkin, 50 count 12 oz bowls, 5 count 13 gallon bio bags (size 24"x28 .66 Mil).
    All for $50.00 plus shipping.
    Please contact us about this item.
  • Coming soon to Whynotbobstore!!!
    Small orders less than a case.
    Party packs are now here for your environment friendly parties.
  • Coming soon to Whynotbobstore!!! - Bridge Gate Biodegradable Wheat products (plates 6" to 10", 3 compartments, bowls, and Hinge ware).

Past Events

  • WhyNotBobStore sold compostable products at the new PRC Farmer's Market in 2011. PRC is located at 3606 Providence Rd., Newtown Square PA.
  • WhyNotBobStore sold compostable products at the Philly Greenfest on September 10, 2011, 9:00-6:00. He shared a table with PRC Pennsylvania Resource Council.
  • WhyNotBobStore sold compostable products at Phoenixville Green Earth Festival on August 6, 2011, 9:00-2:00.
    He also picked up the food waste and took it to a compost center.
  • WhyNotBobStore supplied compostable products to the FarmFest on June 11 and 12, 2011.
  • WhyNotBobStore donated compostable products to the TimeBank Media Launch Party on May 24, 2011. He picked up the food waste and delivered it to a compost site.
  • WhyNotBobStore attended and displayed compostable products at Cape May Green Conference on May 16, 2011.
  • WhyNotBobStore attended and displayed compostable products at Strath Haven High School Delaware County Environmental Fair on April 9, 2011, Wallingford, PA.
  • WhyNotBobStore supplied compostable products at the LaSalle University Sustainability Symposium on March 19, 2011, in Philadelphia, PA. He picked up the food waste and delivered the waste to a compost site in Delaware.
  • WhyNotBobStore supplied compostable products at Red and Green Drinks Holiday Cocktail Party on December 16, 2010, at Art + Science, Main Street Manayunk, 4259 Main St, Philadelphia, PA 19127.
    He picked up the food waste and delivered the waste to a compost site in Delaware.
  • WhyNotBobStore supplied products and picked up food waste at CleanAir 5K kickoff party on December 7, 2010, and delivered the waste to the Peninsular compost facility in DE.
  • WhyNotBobStore was at 2010 Penn Employee Resource Fair on October 11, 2010, 3417 Spruce Street, Phila., PA 19104.
  • WhyNotBobStore supplied compostable products & picked up the food waste at October Food festival on October 2, 2010. at Swarthmore Presbyterian Church for info! All cans & plastic were recycled.
  • WhyNotBobStore donated compostable products & picked up the food waste for the Awakening the Dreamer symposium at Reformation Lutheran Church, Media, PA, on September 25, 2010.
  • Whynotbobstore was at the Media Farmer's Market on July 29, 2010. Learn about biodegradable and compostable products and zero waste events, as well as water conservation.
  • Whynotbobstore was at Community Day at Lansdowne Farmers Market on June 26, 2010. Help save our planet!
  • Whynotbobstore was at Chestnut Hill's 14th Annual Home & Garden Festival, Phila. PA, May 2, 2010.
  • Whynotbobstore was at Environmental Fair at Swarthmore Presbyterian Church, Swarthmore PA on April 24, 2010.
    Swarthmore Co-op used my biodgradable hot cups and Compostable 10" 3 compartment plates.
  • Whynotbobstore was at Green Fair, A Call to Action, Abington PA on April 25, 2010.
    They used my products: Chinet Biodegradable 6" plates, 12oz corn cups & compostable hot cups lined with Ingeo™ plant-based (made from renewable resources & heat stable for boiling liquids).
  • Whynotbobstore was at HACC-Lancaster Campus: Community Education for Earth Day expo April 21, 2010.
    Whynotbobstore will help businesses and events go zero waste. Contact me for more information.
  • Whynotbobstore was at CleanAir.org 5k run on April 17, 2010 and donated 7 oz corn cups, 100% Earthwise recycled napkins & biobags
    as a Bronze Sponsor.
    This was a zero waste event with all waste products being sent to the compost center in Delaware.
    Visit 5k run for a list of the sponsors.
  • Whynotbobstore donated biodegradable 6" plates at Community Eco-Expo, on January 31, 2010, at Congregation Beth Or Community Eco-Expo, Maple Glen, PA. We also give away a door prize of 50 12oz clear cold cups made from corn, 50 6" plates and 50 12oz bowls both made from sugar cane fiber will be given away.
  • Whynotbobstore donated biodegradable 12oz. cups and plates at Transition Town Media meeting on January 24, 2010, at the Delaware County Institute of Science, Media, PA.
  • Whynotbobstore donated biodegradable 12oz. cups and plates at Transition Town Media meeting on November 22, 2009, at the Delaware County Institute of Science, Media, PA.
  • Whynotbobstore donated 300 biodegradable 12oz. cups and were a $100 sponsor of the "First Annual Wild & Scenic Environmental Film Festival" on 11/15/09, at the Academy of Natural Sciences, Phila., PA.
  • WhyNotBobStore donated a Compostable Party in a box:
    9" plates, 10 oz. cups, bio-bags
    (all items are made of corn & compostable!) at GreenFest Philly on September 13, 2009.

Interesting Items

  • WhyNotBobStore donated compostable serviceware, utensils and trash bags at WHEN's Healthcare’s Harvest: Seeding Sustainability in Hospital Kitchens cook training. Your donation for participants is greatly appreciated. Attendees and chefs had the opportunity to use your products at the event, hear about your business (including composting services) and take contact information back to their facilities.

    Dianne Moore, MS, MSW - Manager, Food & Sustainability Initiatives

    Women's Health & Environmental Network

  • I am very impressed with the quality of the Biodegradable Dishes and cutlery offered by the WhyNotBobStore. The attention to environmental factors throughout the entire manufacturing process is also obviously very important.
    Ultimately, a move towards biodegradable manufacturing in our disposable products is essential to the well being of the earth, as well as being the only real option for sustainability, making these sorts of products all the more important.

    -- John Keeter www.knightdale-computer-repair.com

    The entire review article can be found at combibo.net.

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