How to Dispose of Our Packaging
Dispose of our packaging thoughtfully with this handy guide on what to do when it's time to call it a wrap on your P&P goodies.
When it comes to all things eco, we like things to be easy.
When you want all the details on how to wrap up our packaging thoughtfully, head to this article!
Simply crush and recycle our shipper box - easy as pie! After a nifty upcycling tip? Head to the bottom of this page for the goods!
Coffee pod box
Crush and recycle or snip the top and use it to store wires, clips or cords in your draws. Stationary draw overhaul? We're down!
Coffee pod pouch
Pop our pod pouch right into your home compost, or drop it off at your local commercial compost facility.
With our coffee pods, you have options.
Recyclable & Industrial Compost
(Our Favourite Option)
Lid: remove the lid, scrunch and keep lids until you’ve got yourself a tennis-ball-sized collection. Once you have, pop this straight into your recycling. Alternatively, you can drop each lid into something like a can or a milk carton, and then drop that into your recycling.
Coffee grinds: if you’re removing your lid, dispose of your coffee grinds into your home compost or green waste bin, or sprinkle it straight onto your garden/pot plants/turn it into a delish DIY body scrub!
Pod: add it to your green waste bin. If your local council uses an industrial composting facility, 90% of the pod's material will disintegrate in just 90 days, before completely biodegrading after 6 months.
Straight to Landfill
(Our Least Favourite Option)
Pop the whole pod into your standard garbage, where your council will take it to landfill.
We recommend you keep the lids until you’ve got yourself a tennis-ball-sized collection. Once you have enough, pop this into your recycling.
Alternatively, you can drop each lid into something like a can or a milk carton, and then drop that into your recycling.
Let’s unpack the packaging & ‘break down’ the breakdown
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There's often a lot of confusion surrounding the terms biodegradable and compostable, and we’re here to bust the myths and set the record straight! Often they're misunderstood or used interchangeably, but it's important to understand the differences when disposing of your goods.
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5 ways to upcycle your shipper box
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It’s no surprise that we’re pretty passionate about this whole sustainability sitch, and we love the fact that our pods and boxes are sustainable. BUT - upcycling is even better!