Why we recommend them
Our compostable hot drinks cups are made from corn based PLA and sustainable paper board that can be composted to create a Earth Friendly™ compost that can be used to grow more plants, so it's a natural, sustainable and circular alternative to harmful plastics.
Choose the quantity you need and choose with or without lids.
Something to think about
Great for festivals and events that have removed single use plastics, as these can be added to your food waste or even if they are sent for incineration of landfill disposal, they cause no environmental damage ( they are made from plants after all) but we would always recommend responsible disposal.
There is quite a few more environmental benefits so if you don't have a food waste collection, we can help you find one.
Please note that PLA (Corn based materials are not designed for temperatures above 40 degrees or below zero degrees) but we do have a brand new product that is freezer and microwave safe which is made from Bagasse (sugar).
Size - 4oz / 115ml
Quantity x Pick a quantity.
4oz - H59 x W63mm
Alternate uses - Any hot or cold drink or foods ( looking to store in a freezer or microwave , we would recommend one of our bagasse (sugar) range.
The Environmental Part ( things to tell your customers that will amaze).
Carbon saving per box - 60.09kg
We recommend telling your customers the information below , it will amaze your customers and will drive sales ( based on average planes, cars and homes).
The Equivalent of -
Car - 41.73 miles.
Plane - 130.63 miles.
Home - 6.35 days.
Trees ( amount of time a tree would take to absorb the carbon) - 1002 days.
How to dispose of me
Disposal - Can be composted into macro nutrient rich compost in under 13 weeks in commercial food waste collection and a little bit longer for home composters.
Home Composting- Can be composted at home but times vary in home composters depending on compost health and location.
Recycling - Can be recycled in certain facilities provided by certain Councils and waste collection companies, ask your waste collector if they recycle bio polymers.