At Acasta Designs we believe, whether locally or globally, it is our collective efforts that will ultimately lead to a more sustainable future. To this end we are proud to have partnered with two organizations which we consider to be leading environmental difference makers: One Tree Planted and The Pacific Marine Mammal Center(PMMC).

For every Acasta Designs case sold, one tree will be planted through our partnership with One Tree Planted, and a direct contribution will be made to Pacific Marine Mammal Center to support their ongoing marine wildlife protection efforts. And for every Ryan’s Recycling Limited Edition case sold, a direct contribution is made to Ryan’s company and cause. We are very proud to have both One Tree Planted and PMMC as eco-partners and we trust you will appreciate knowing where a portion of your money is going. If you have any questions about either organization, or our support, please do not hesitate to contact us anytime.

Since he was three years old, Ryan Hickman has been obsessed with recycling. He and his family started Ryan’s Recycling then and since has been a fierce advocate and tireless example of how one person can make a difference. To date, Ryan has recycled over 1,400,000 plastic, glass and aluminum cans, totaling 155,000 pounds recycled. Plus, he made appearances on Little Big Shots, Ellen, and was a nominee for Time Magazine “Kid of the Year Award”. For more on Ryan’s Recycling visit and to see Acasta‘s special limited edition Ryan’s Recycling cases featuring Ryan’s own personal oceanic graphic visit:
One Tree Planted is an environmentally conscious non-profit that provides individuals, businesses, and organizations the ability to easily support tree-planting initiatives worldwide. For more information log on to or call 800-408-7850. You can follow One Tree Planted at:
The Pacific Marine Mammal Center (PMMC), located in Laguna Beach, CA, rescues, rehabilitates and releases marine mammals and inspires ocean stewardship. It is temporarily closed to visitors but still doing animal rescue and rehabilitation operations. For more information log on to or call 949-494-3050. You can follow PMMC at: