Building for B.A.N.A.N.A.S.​

We believe in building sustainable communities through education. We demonstrate the boundless actions nurtured around nature and society (BANANAS) through the execution of tailored programs via online (YouTube, webinars) and offline channels (workshops, roadshows) for various groups – ie. children and corporates.

Bridging the Gap between Convenience & Sustainability

We provide solutions to encourage the replacement of single-use plastics within our daily lives. Our objective is to advocate change by introducing single-use alternatives to plastic food packaging. We supply and distribute price-competitive products, which include biodegradable and compostable food packaging, tableware and carrier bags, to ease users’ transition.

CM ECO was established in 2018 and is based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.


  • Bridging the gap between environmental awareness, convenience and sustainability.
  • Creating everlasting changes to the lives of our communities through fun and impactful environmental programs and products.


  • To create communities built on three key founding pillars equally:
    • Sustainable Societal, Economical and Environmental growth
  • To advocate change with our eco-friendly products and educational programs to ease users’ transition from single-use plastics and instill a greener affiliation for all.
  • We believe in placing you, the environment, and our futures together.

Awards & Certification

Our Collaborative Partners

Business Networks International

Farming for business through a proven and sustainable system with the team at BNI.

Small and Medium Enterprises Association

Advocacy for sustainability among SMEs with SAMENTA.

Chairman of Sustainability & Circular Economy

The University of Nottingham Malaysia

Co-contributor to an academic research paper, published under SN Applied Sciences.

Continuous engagement as guest speaker and lecturer on topics pertaining to Circular Economy and Environmental Sustainability.


Educational Partnership with Sunway College Ipoh

City & State Council Events


PBP is a Selangor-state campaign with the aim to equip eleven (11) small F&B vendors and home cooks in championing the cause to bring about better transitions within their communities, from using single-use plastic packaging towards eco-friendly biodegradable alternatives.

Given the MCO in Malaysia and rise in plastic packaging usage, there has never been a greater need nor time for such a campaign to take place and with the program, the vendors were provided with the supply of biodegradable packaging suited for their menu offering up to 30-days from 10th March to 10th April 2021. 

The idea behind this campaign is to get more communities involved with learning to understand the need for change, and getting accustomed to using a different type of packaging altogether. 

How did we get involved with PBP?

In September 2020, PBP had reached out to us with the proposal to be a key part of this campaign by being the primary supplier of biodegradable packaging for the participating F&B vendors. After one phone call, talking about why the campaign and why we do what we do, we knew that we could work well together to bring about change for the better. It wasn’t just about supply packaging, it was about bringing sustainable lasting change that would help benefit all. 

Fast track 6 months down the line, with many plans in place and delays resulting from another round of MCO and concerns for the safety of our vendors and project members, we finally saw the window to launch the campaign together with YAB Dato’ Seri Haji Amirudin bin Shari, Menteri Besar Selangor, along with YB Tuan Hee Loy Sian and YB Tuan Ng Zhe Han on the 10th March 2021 at Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Building, Shah Alam (SSAAS).

After 4 long years, trying our best to help the market transition, it was during the launching of this event that little tears of joy formed and if anything resulted in further igniting our drive to keep on “building for boundless actions nurtured around nature and society”. We want to be the change we see in the world and we’re doing it for generations to come.

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