Single Wall Compostable Hot Cups
Compostable vs. Paper Cups
Both paper and plastic cups can be made from recycled materials, making them a better option for the environment than if they were conventionally manufactured. Recycled materials save energy by eliminating the need to obtain raw materials. Recycling also reduces the amount of waste in landfills. Despite the availability of recycling options, neither paper nor plastic cups typically are recycled. For the consumer, plastic and paper cups offer savings as well as convenience. When purchased in bulk, disposable cups cost pennies each. Rather than risk broken mugs or glasses when you're eating on the go, you can use a plastic or paper cup.
Why Choose Us for Compostable Coffee Cups and Hot Cups?
As one of the UK’s leading manufacturers in compostable carrier bags and packs. All the products we sell are made from sustainable plant resources including corn starch and sugar cane, not plastic, and will compost alongside food waste. The materials used contain a lower carbon footprint than seen in conventional food packaging and sustainable sourced. Once composted, the remaining materials can be used as soil fertiliser.
Using compostable food and drink packaging is a huge step towards reducing the environmental impact of packaging. We would like to see all food and drink packaging returned to the earth as fertiliser. The availability of commercial com-posters is growing and every carton, container and cup returned to the earth as compost helps grow the next farm crop.
For Recyclable Coffee Cups and Hot Cups, Contact The Compostable Cup Company
All our paper bags are made from recycled or recyclable materials. If that isn’t enough for you, we also have 100% recycled and fully sustainable lines. Become a link in a responsible chain of people, all looking out for the world and looking stylish while they do it.
With new regulations enforcing charges for low quality, ecologically disastrous plastic bags, there’s never been a better time to invest in something more reliable. Get in touch with one of our team members today and start saving the planet now!