Tree-Free Calcium Disposable Cups

If you are a coffee lover, your morning routine also begins with a steaming cup of coffee. If you’re anything like me, the whole day seems a little bit off without it, doesn’t it?

If you are home or at work, you are probably enjoying a wide variety of mugs to choose from. However, when you are on the move, you are probably going to end up at a coffee shop, where you will end up with a standard paper/carton cup.

But do you know, how many trees are cut down every year to create single-use disposable coffee cups?

The inventor Joshua Cronin from Sydney, Australia has taken a new revolutionary step. He invented a Tree-free Calcium paper Disposable Cups.

Around 16 billion paper cups are used for coffee every single year, which leads to 6.5 million trees cut down, 4 billion gallons of water going to waste.

Unlike most paper items, paper cups can’t be recycled because they’re actually coated in plastic—as little as five percent per cup. That’s why they’re able to hold liquid without leaking all over the place. It’s also why they don’t get broken down into pulp and turned into recycled paper.

The solution!

Tree-free calcium paper disposable cups
Tree-free calcium paper disposable cups

Tree-Free Calcium Disposable Cups were designed to protect against a disastrous shift in our ecosystem. These cups are produced using no wood, trees or fresh water in its production process, unlike regular paper cups. This materials core ingredient is calcium carbonate.

In addition, calcium paper cups can be easily recycled. A customizable option is available with your logo for a coffee shop or a party. Tree-Free Calcium Cups are an easy way to replace traditional disposable cups and help our planet.

Moreover, the Calcium Paper Innovative cups can also be used for parties, be filled with beer or any drinks that are needed.

This product’s main focus is to drastically reduce deforestation that’s happening because of the production of coffee cups.


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