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Every year we throw away more than 100 billion disposable cups made from synthetic polymers (plastic). Over the last century and half polymers represented »material of the future« and this discovery was revolutionary. For the first time human manufacturing was not constrained by the limits of nature. Today, plastic represents one of the biggest environmental issues. Just think! The average lifespan of a single-use plastic cup is less than 30 minutes, but this cup will degrade for more than 450 years. WoodWay Bamboo Cup is a smart decision for a better tomorrow! This cup is a reusable multi-use cup, from which you can drink your favourite drink for years. Once you don't need it anymore, you can simply return to the nature.
BAMBOO: Bamboos are a group of woody perennial evergreen plants in the true grass family Poaceae. Bamboo is the fastest growng plant in the world and can grow up to 60 cm per day. For its growth, bamboo doesn't require the use of pesticides and other chemicals, what makes it one of the most useful & sustainable crops on the planet. The production process is environmentally friendy, as the less energy is consumed in comparasion with plastic. This reduces the C02 footprint. Bamboo wood is extremely sturdy but at the same time light & versatile. Bamboo represents longevity, wisdom & health.
WOODWAY CUP: Cup is 100% organic and BPA & phthalate free. It won't flavour-taint your drinks. The lid is »hard« and as well made from organic bamboo fibres with additional silicone closure on the top. You can tighten the lid completely to the cup, so any worries that the drink will spilled are needless! WoodWay Bamboo cup is suitable for hot and cold drinks.
CARE&CLEANING: WoodWay Bamboo Cup is dishwasher safe. We recommend to remove the silicone sleeve & wash it by hand.
SYBILE: Sybile Art is a Belgian freelance painter and illustrator with fabulous artwork in her portfolio. Sybile describes her art as very decorative, from feminine and flowery to somewhat darker and mysterious. She also helps out beginning artists by submitting videos of her painting processes. Check her HERE.