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Biodegradable Guitar Picks, Drum Sticks Used for Live Earth Concerts

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cat_4.jpgWheatware—a company committed to environmental issues—donated their signature compostable products—guitar picks, drum sticks and hangers—to the Live Earth events to keep music biodegradable on stage and off.

Reportedly, the company 272 pairs of Wheatware Compostable drumsticks, 3,240 Wheatware Compostable guitar picks, and 4,100 Wheatware Compostable clothes hangers to Live Earth musicians across the world, including London, England; Johannesburg, South Africa; Sydney, Australia; Tokyo, Japan — and best of all, New York City, America.

Wheatware launched their products as part of the Wheatware’s Great Switch Off campaign—an initiative to mobilize the masses to switch from unsustainable tree products like wood to crop-based products in hopes of minimizing their carbon foot print.

Hopefully, artists performing at Live Earth somehow got these suckers in their hands—just as long as they are not suffering from Celiac disease.

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