ECOFFEE CUPS

Each year over 300 billion single-use cups are manufactured. The average lifespan of a single-use cup is less than 10 minutes , and due to their plastic content, 99% will never be recycled.

Ecoffee Cup is offering us an alternative. Each time you “choose to re-use,” even just once a week, you will be helping in the fight against single-use waste.

Their colorful cups are made with natural fibre, corn starch and resin (M-F) it’s BPA, BPS and phthalate free. The lid and sleeve are made with matte, food-grade silicone which is latex-free and designed especially for hot liquids. It has a re-sealable ‘no-drip’ lid, making it perfect to take with you everywhere you go. The whole product (cup, lid and sleeve) is dishwasher safe and should last for years if treated nicely.

Available in over 100 different designs across four sizes, with Ecoffee Cup there is No Excuse For Single-Use. Choose to Re-use.

IMAGE COURTESY OF: ECOFFEE® CUP

DID YOU KNOW
Half a trillion disposable cups are manufactured annually around the world; that’s over 70 disposable cups for every person on the planet.

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