It's simple... We've got one goal, help create a sustainable future.

beyondGREEN is continuously creating new solutions to combat the ever-growing harmful single-use plastic pollution. We are always looking for new and improved means of sourcing needed materials. Whether that be locating companies that better align with our initiatives or finding a more sustainable means of material. We then always look for better ways to refine our manufacturing with the goal of sustainability.

beyondGREEN is a proud member of the environmental initiatives; Break Free from Plastic, Plastic Pollution Coalition, Green America, United States Composting Council and The Pet Sustainability Coalition.

We are not here to create a product, we are creating a movement educating consumers on the effects their choices have on our environment; in hopes of leading them towards a future without harmful pollution to our planet.

Our passion for sustainability comes from our innermost care for the health of humans, animals, and the environment.

Raw Materials

The products we create are certified by the highest North American and European standards to ensure the sustainability of our planet.

Our Philosophy

To aid in the reduction of traditional single-use plastic product consumption globally.

Why our products?

Good for you

We're cautious of our raw materials and use only the best, even the ink we use to print is chemical-free and water-based.

Made to perform

Breakthrough formulas that are designed and tested thoroughly both by us and third-party certifying agencies.


We only manufacturer products which return back to the environment naturally without causing any harm to our planet.

Supporting A Circular Lifecycle

Made with natural, renewable material and packaged in recycled material, beyondGREEN’s patented vegetable blend promotes minimized pollution and supports sustainable development goals. This allows beyondGREEN’s organic material to naturally breakdown in the environment and serve as food to be consumed by micro-organisms, supporting a circular lifecycle which works in harmony with the environment. In a market flooded with “green-washed” plastics, beyondGREEN is the trusted alternative backed by certifications from various organizations supporting their claims. BeyondGREEN is more than just a product, it is a movement focused on educating consumers on the effects that single-use plastics have on the environment, in hopes of a future without eco-destructive products.

beyondGREEN Products

While beyondGREEN is a business focused on helping educate consumers on the benefits of true sustainable products, beyondGREEN offers many products to individuals and other businesses nationally to assist them in incorporating 'green' into their lives.

All of our products are made from plant-based biopolymers in the United States of America.

Pet Products

Home & Kitchen

  1. Multi-Purpose Bags
  2. Trash Liners

Food & Beverage Supplies

Waste Composters

beyondGREEN Manufacturing Services

beyondGREEN is a brand which currently exists in the market, but in addition to being a brand, beyondGREEN is also a US-based manufacturer of injection molded articles and extrusion blown film products all made from plant-based biopolymer technology. We share our biopolymer manufacturing capabilities with businesses so that we can combine our synergy for a cleaner tomorrow and aid in the reduction of global single-use plastic pollution as one.

Extrusion & Conversion

Injection Molding

  1. Tooling (Mold Making)
  2. Rapid Tooling
  3. Production Tooling
  4. Multi-Cavity or Family Molds
  5. Insert Molding
  6. Over Molding

A Message From Our Founder

“Today, when I look back on my career of 20+ years of management in the field of plastic processing and manufacturing, I recall the entire life cycle of plastics, from the birth of commercial plastic products to the declining demand for plastic products due to climate change, global warming, and consumption of natural resources.

My childhood passion for plastics encouraged me to study chemical engineering. At the time, there were not enough schools to study plastic engineering, but I maintained my interest and began my career in 1989 in Styrofoam cups and containers manufacturing (single-use products) in India. I slowly learned that my products were creating municipal waste that could not be easily recycled and therefore were not environmentally friendly. I refocused my career towards plastic injection molding, because many plastic molded products can be recycled and much of the material can be reused. With time, however, I realized plastics manufacturing and processing of all sorts cannot help but consume natural resources, produce pollution, and fill up landfills.

I was torn and deeply saddened. Plastics had long been my passion, but I could not look away from the difficult truth: they are dangerous for our environment and planet. As a major factor in the growth of greenhouse gas emissions, plastics production has been causing environmental pollution, natural disaster and resource consumption. Realizing this, I began to study “green manufacturing”,
“clean energy” and “renewable material” in hopes of learning to build management systems that could accord with our natural world. Sustainability guru Ray Anderson’s thinking began to inform my own:

‘“Linear must go; cyclic must replace it. That’s nature’s way. In nature, there is no waste; one organism‘s waste is another’s food. For our industrial process, so dependent on petro-chemical, man-made raw materials, this means technical “food” to be reincarnated by recycling into the product’s next life cycle. Of course, the recycling operations will have to be driven by solar energy too.”’

When I asked about how to make all these changes, I learned that adopting and practicing awareness for sustainability can help us to
bring “The Green Spring” on planet earth where we can hear birds singing, rivers flowing, and live with no draughts and no hurricanes.

My love and concern about nature motivated me to continue my learning at Harvard University with courses in Sustainable Management and Environmental Science. Through this coursework, I have come to understand that sustainability is not a profession but a practice, that is, a consistent enactment of awareness in daily life, on all levels. Sustainability is micro process that requires 24/7 conscious efforts at practice by an individual or by any organizations.

The foundation of my approach to nature’s needs stems from a professional knowledge and learning in sustainability from the extremely talented staff of Harvard University Extension School during my study for Online Professional Certification in Sustainability at Harvard, and a continuous search for alternative, environmentally-friendly material sources and processes.

My passion for sustainability comes from our innermost care for the health of humans, pets, and the environment overall.

We define sustainability as the consistent enactment of awareness to reduce the consumption of natural resources and the production
of waste at both the individual and organizational level while maintaining current and long-term economic prosperity alongside minimizing negative impacts on the environment and human health progressing towards a net positive outcome for the future.”

Veejay C Patell - Founder & CEO

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