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One popular set of products at Eco Carmel are the compost bins. "They're a necessity for diverting material from landfills," Reimers says. On display are stoneware, metal, and bamboo models from <a href="http://www.rsvp-intl.com">RSVP International</a>. T

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Originally appeared in Kristi Reimers of Eco Carmel
on August 30, 2011
One popular set of products at Eco Carmel are the compost bins. &quot;They&#039;re a necessity for diverting material from landfills,&quot; Reimers says. On display are stoneware, metal, and bamboo models from &lt;a href=&quot;http://www.rsvp-intl.com&quot;&gt;RSVP International&lt;/a&gt;. T
One popular set of products at Eco Carmel are the compost bins. "They're a necessity for diverting material from landfills," Reimers says. On display are stoneware, metal, and bamboo models from RSVP International. The products are made in China (Reimers would love to find a domestically made alternative), but they are fair trade and are not made with child labor. "When I research product lines I have long conversations with the owners or managers to make sure it's all green, to find out how it's made and where it's made, and to make sure it's all-around planet-friendly," she says.

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