Green Biz

Floral Soil Partners with the Institute of Environmental Research and Education to Develop Environmental Product Declarations

March 13, 2015 - In direct support of our commitment to human health and the environment, Floral Soil LLC has partnered with the Institute of Environmental Research and Education ( to pursue Environmental Product Declarations, EPD® for all of our products.  An EPD® is a 3rd party verified document that reports environmental data of products based on life cycle assessment (LCA) and other relevant data in accordance with the international standard ISO 14025 (Type III Environmental Declarations). EPD's are internationally recognized and present the most transparent and reliable method to document the impact of Floral Soil ™ -  from raw materials through the next life. The EPD process is expected to take 6-12 months and the resulting information will be published on the Floral Soil ™ and  IERE Earthsure website ( Our products will also feature the Earthsure label. 

The entire Floral Soil team is excited by the challenge.  As a company, our mission is to push the envelop beyond incremental change and feel good environmentalism. To become a sustainable company, we must first achieve responsible.  

Floral Soil Nominated for Sustainably Leadership Award

We are excited to announce that Floral Soil Solutions has been nominated for a 2015 Sustainability Leadership Award. The awards were designed to reconize the outstanding efforts of both businesses and individuals that make the Puget Sound region more sustainable and livable. Floral Soil LLC DBA Floral Soil Solutions was nominated for Significant Newcomer in the business category. Mickey Blake, CEO of Mt. Baker Bio a Washington based life science company, inventor of Floral Soil and Floral Soil Solutions acting CEO, was nominated as a Sustainability Hero. Mickey's nomination recognized her efforts to bring green solutions to biomedical laboratories in addition to her recent contribution to the floral industry.

The awards and ceremony were organized by Sustainable Seattle. a non-profit  on the frontline of making Puget Sound a healthy and viable region for all. Nominations were submitted by the community and selected by independent  judges who are all members of the community.






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