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Plant Based Insulated Hot Cups and Lids - 12 Piece(s)Repurpose

Item #: 162743
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Repurpose - Plant Based Insulated Hot Cups and Lids - 12 Piece(s)
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Brand
Repurpose
Size/Form
12 Piece
Item #
162743
UPC #
855995003006
Ship Weight
0.55 Lb(s)

DESCRIPTION

    Repurpose - Plant Based Insulated Hot Cups and Lids - 24 Piece(s)

    Repurpose Plant Based Insulated Hot Cups and Lids are durable, renewable, non-toxic, BPA-free, and 100% made from plants, not petroleum. They are also compostable within 90 days in an industrial composting facility. They just make better products. So whatever product you use, it will be good for you, your home, and the earth.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    What Is The Problem With Single Use Plastic And Styrofoam?
    Single Use Plastics Are Not Sustainable:

    • A. Less than 10% of single use plastic is recycled. It is designed to be thrown away but it is made from petroleum - a finite resource
    • B. Nearly every piece of plastic ever made still exists today
    • C. 8% of the world's oil supply is used to make single use plastics
    • D. The north pacific gyre off the coast of california is home to the great pacific garbage patch, the largest ocean garbage site in the world. The floating mass of plastic is twice the size of texas, with plastic pieces outnumbering sea life by a measure of 6 to 1.

    Single use plastic and styrofoam contain known carcinogens including styrene and bpa. Using these products regularly poses a problem to their health and their homes. Harmful chemicals leached by plastics are present in the bloodstream of almost everyone of us including newborns. 

     
    What Is Bpa And Why Is It Harmful?
    Bpa stands for bisphenol a. Bpa is an industrial chemical that has been used to make certain plastics and resins since the 1960s. Bpa is found in plastics that store food and beverages, such as water bottles, baby bottles and other plastic containers. Bpa is an endocrine disruptor - a substance which interferes with the production, secretion, transport, action, function and elimination of natural hormones. Bpa can imitate their body's own hormones in a way that could be hazardous for health, babies and young children are said to be especially sensitive to the effects of bpa. Research has shown that bpa can seep into food or beverages from containers that are made with bpa. Exposure to bpa is a concern because of possible health effects of bpa on the brain, behavior, and prostate gland of fetuses, infants, and children.

    What Makes Repurpose Products Sustainable?
    Repurpose products are made from plants - which are annually renewable resources. Repurpose compostables are currently produced from the annually renewable resource corn (maize), the lowest cost and most widely available fermentable sugar in the world as well as sugar cane and bamboo.

    To produce repurpose products, fewer fossil resources are required - which lowers the carbon footprint. Their products fit into any waste management system with a benefit. At the end of their useful life, their products can be disposed of by all traditional waste management methods such landfill, however their products are best disposed of when they can be composted in industrial composting facilities.

    Do Repurpose Products Degrade During Storage Or On The Shelf?
    No, repurpose products are similar to other natural structures used for packaging, such as paper, which maintains product integrity during use. So repurpose products will not degrade on retail shelves or during storage.

    Can I Throw Repurpose Products Into My Backyard Compost?
    Repurpose products should be composted in industrial compost facilities, which contain the right managed combination of temperature and moisture. Therefore, it is not recommended for use in typical backyard composting due to the lack of high temperature and consistent moisture conditions.

     
    What Is The Difference Between Biodegradable And Compostable?
    In the united states, the federal trade commission publishes a "green guide." the green guide defines compostable products as those that will break down, or become part of usable compost, in a timely matter. For composting, a "timely manner" is approximately the same time that it takes organic compounds, like leaves, grass and foodstuff to compost. Biodegradable materials are defined as those which break down and return to nature in a reasonably short amount of time after customary disposal or use. A "reasonably short time" depends on where the product is disposed. Because there is no specific timeframe, there is more clarity for compostable products.

    It's Nice To Meet You

    They are a group of passionate eco-entrepreneurs driven to positively impact the environment by changing everyday behavior. By purchasing from repurpose you are supporting a women owned, sustainable company that is changing the world one cup, plate, and fork at a time. They started Repurpose as a team from a variety of different backgrounds dedicated to creating a positive impact through business. Their Founder & CEO Lauren Gropper has spent her career focused on sustainability and Repurpose was born through a dream to create an everyday product that could impact millions of people.

    SUGGESTED USE

    Use to drink your favorite beverage.

    INGREDIENTS

    12 cups and 12 lids

    MANUFACTURER INFO

    Repurpose

    Repurpose is a group of passionate eco-entrepreneurs driven to positively impact the environment by changing everyday behavior. By purchasing from repurpose you are supporting a women owned, sustainable company that is changing the world one cup, plate, and fork at a time. They started Repurpose as a team from a variety of different backgrounds dedicated to creating a positive impact through business. Their Founder & CEO Lauren Gropper has spent her career focused on sustainability and Repurpose was born through a dream to create an everyday product that could impact millions of people.

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    100% 2 of 2 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.

    By (Scarsdale, NY)

    I only have one complaint....the little flap on lid is a little flimsy. It would be great if they could make the flap stronger. Thanks!

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    24 UNIDADES POR ESSE PREÇO...UM SONHO!!! Além de serem produtos com ótima qualidadeTranslation: 24 UNITS FOR THAT PRICE ... ONE DREAM !!! In addition to being products with optimum quality

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