Ecoffee Cup Emma Shipley - Kruger (14 oz)
Ecoffee Cup Emma Shipley - Kruger without sleeve
Ecoffee Cup Emma Shipley - Kruger in box as packaged
$19.42

Ecoffee Cup

Emma Shipley - Kruger

SKU: 42797

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Each year more than 300 billion single-use cups are manufactured. Less than 2% are recycled. That's why ecoffee cup was created. Light, bright and beautiful to drink from, with no plastic aftertaste. Ecoffee cup is fully dishwasher-safe. With ecoffee cup, choosing to re-use every single day has never been easier.

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Features:
- Made with natural fiber (Bamboo and Corn Stalk)
- Free from: BPA, BPS, Phthalates
- Light, bright and beautiful to drink from
- Independently tested in EU
- Fully dishwasher-safe
- Suitable for microwave in accordance with guidelines. Caution: Hot Drinks Burn
- Suitable for daily usage to +100°C
- Free from animal or animal-derived products

The Designer: Emma J Shipley is a British graphic artist inspired by myths, legends and the unique beauty of the natural world. Emma painstakingly draws each design by hand in pencil, fusing highly skilled draftsmanship with a subversive imagination; capturing nature’s unpredictable beauty. The result: a magical blend of lush landscapes and exotic creatures populating a world of mystery and intrigue.

Ingredients + Benefits

Bamboo, Corn Stalk, Corn Starch, Plant-based Binder, Melamine. Sleeve and Lid are Latex-free Silicone.

Brand Info

Each year over 300 billion single-use cups are manufactured globally. Due to their plastic content, 99% will never be recycled. Most will end up in landfills, or worse still, in our waterways and oceans.

In 2014 David and Ali McLagan were determined to help find a solution to this dire problem. They wanted the solution to be affordable, beautiful, and accessible for everyone to Choose to Re-use every day.

They worked closely with University students from China who were upcycling bamboo chopstick generation waste to create Ecoffee Cup. While the product continues to improve, Ecoffee Cup still uses over 70% of upcycled materials with closed-loop recycling.

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