A cold call asking for help two years ago sparked the flourishing relationship between BioPak and charity meal provider Christ Mission Possible. Based in Kingswood, Christ Mission Possible serves up 700 meals and gives away 1,500 food hampers a week to those in need throughout a footprint stretching from Blacktown to Springwood in Sydney’s west. Since that first call in 2011 BioPak has donated thousands of food service packaging to the charity, moving from gifting surplus and redundant stock to filling specific orders.
ByoCups are an innovative and stylish range of reusable takeaway coffee cups. ByoCups are made from plants not oil. The material is called PLA, a bioplastic derived from plant starch. In addition to the fact that PLA has a carbon footprint up to 75% less than conventional plastic, it is annually renewable, free from BPA and does not retain odours.
It is obvious that plastic takeaway containers are no good for our environment. They are made using finite fossil resources and take decades to biodegrade. When littered they make their way into waterways and end up polluting our oceans and harming wildlife. As a more environmentally friendly substitute for single use plastic containers, BioPak is pleased to announce the introduction of a new range of takeaway container made from sugarcane pulp – a byproduct of the sugar refining industry.
Raw material source and quality is paramount when creating the perfect coffee cup. At BioPak we constantly strive to reduce the environmental impact of our products. We do this by selecting the most sustainable resources available and best-in-class manufacturing partners who are committed to exceptional customer service, value quality and are accredited to international standards for sustainability and quality.
On the 22 June 2013, over 1,000 Australians take to the streets with their BioPak trash bags on their backs! The Sustainability News & Entertainment® USA (SNAE) ‘TRASH ON YOUR BACK 5 DAY CHALLENGE©’ is an initiative first conceived and delivered over 5 days from Earth Day 22nd April 2012 by SNAE Host & Founder, Diana Dehm and 20 pilot participants. The SNAE TRASH ON YOUR BACK 5 DAY CHALLENGE© was inspired by a radio interview Diana conducted with Drew Jones, Director of Climate Interactive, a World Energy Exercise at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Dartmouth College.