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Cold Drink Cups

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I'm 9oz of planet saving goodness, not all great things come in big boxes
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Water cones made from sustainable paper sources.
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Great for festivals and events as they can be added to your food waste or your normal waste collection and they don't cause any negative affects on the environment.
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Made from corn based PLA so they are 100% compostable and break down in 13 weeks,
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9oz Prism compostable cold cups for vending.
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9oz Prism compostable cold cups for vending.
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Our compostable cup carriers are made from recycled cardboard and can be split into two.
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The Pure Option'™ range of compostable cold cups come in all different sizes and can be used for multiple drinks ( and some people even use them for sweets etc) but just importantly they are 100% compostable and Nature Friendly™ with typical carbon savings of 86% over their plastic equivalent.

What are they made of? 

All of our cups are made from corn based PLA which can be composted to create nutrient rich compost ( if added to a commercial food waste collection).

What sizes are available?
We stock a wide range of sizes from 7oz right up to 24oz.

What can they be used for?

The obvious usage is for cold drinks such as milkshakes and hot chocolates but more and more people are using them as sweet pots or for salads. 

How do I know they are compostable?

Our entire range of compostable products are 100% certified to meet the world respected  EU standard EN13432 and US standard ASTM D6400

What is are their environmental benefits?

We can tell you the exact carbon savings on all of our cups and they save a whopping 72.97kg of carbon, to put that into perspective that would take a tree an impressive 1216 days to absorb that much carbon and just as importantly they save an average of 7.2kg of materials ending up in landfill.