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The problem of a plastic swap

Looking for a plastic swap An increasing number of food companies are looking to reduce their plastic use. This is great news! It means companies are feeling the pressure from consumers who want to do the right thing and are deciding that switching to a more sustainable alternative is a smart business solution. Many are looking to paper as an alternative. In Europe, where plastic regulations are stringent, paper will take an 11% market share from plastic packaging by 2031. ...
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Answering some FAQs

Read below to see some of our FAQs answered. Is your paper sourced from managed plantations? All our paper is sourced from managed plantations. Paper is sourced from the following suppliers: Stora Enso, WestRock or Clearwater Paper. Each of these companies, like us, are committed to sustainability and environmental responsibility. Where are your cups made? Our paper BioCups are made in our production facility in Taiwan. The factory is the third largest cup producer outside of the USA. The factory ...
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About the circular economy: a refresher

We use the term ‘circular economy’ a lot – but what does it mean? Well, a circular economy is one in which no material is wasted. At the end of an object’s life, it is given back into the production system to create something new. This is commonly through composting or recycling. This means that no net waste is produced. Why a circular economy? Australians produce 67 million tonnes of waste each year, according to the most up-to-date statistics. And ...
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Composting vs recycling: Which is better for the environment?

Have you ever wondered whether composting or recycling is better for the environment? Given a choice, where should you put that piece of rubbish? Here we talk about which option you should choose when disposing of our takeaway packaging. The good news is that, when both are done correctly, landfill is reduced. Both provide a way of extracting value from waste, but are not applicable to the same materials. So what’s the difference? The main difference is that composting is ...
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