BIOPAK Bio Cup 240ml / 8oz Indigenous Art Double Wall (Pkt/50)

Code: 530.200.060

Please note: Prices are shown excluding GST and are in AUD$

  • Paper BioCups are sustainably sourced from managed plantations with a bioplastic lining made from plants, not oil
  • They are the only cups certified commercially compostable to AS4736 in Australia and New Zealand
  • This cup fits our small 80mm diameter lids
  • Brim full capacity: 260ml
    Diameter top: 80mm
    Product size: 95mm H

    In partnership with CorporateConnect.AB (CCAB) and Supply Nation, we offer a paper coffee cup featuring Indigenous art by Keith Brown
  • Buying these cups will directly support CorporateConnect.AB's pro-bono work assisting with youth engagement and employment in rural and urban Indigenous communities that fall outside funded programs
  • Copy on the back of these cups reads: "250 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Languages were spoken by Indigenous Australians before European settlement, but only about 60 are in use today."
    Our first artist in this series is Keith Brown who was born 1948 in Guyra, NSW
  • His father is from the Ngarabal language group and mother from Biripai language group
  • His work is inspired by the colours, contours and textures of the land in the north-west and western parts of NSW where he spent his youth
  • BioCup double-wall disposable coffee cups are designed with an extra layer of paperboard and a textured pattern for additional insulation to protect consumers
  • A more economical and eco-friendly solution than double-cupping extra-hot drinks like teas and long blacks
  • BioCups are made from paper sourced from managed plantations and lined with Ingeo™ – a bioplastic made from plants, not oil
  • We use a heavy-duty, premium quality board giving our cups superior stability, better lid fit and insulation
  • They are printed with non-toxic, environmentally-friendly water or soy-based inks
  • Our takeaway coffee cups and lids have a 12-month shelf life
  • They are designed to be commercially composted as part of the circular economy
  • Find out where they can be commercially composted.
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