Our 100% biodegradable & compostable products are manufactured from sugar cane, plant starches and paper board sourced from managed plantations. Our packaging is a more sustainable option than traditional oil-based packaging made from non-renewable resources.
Your Brand in their Hands
Ideal for an established business or a large ad campaign, EcoPack’s custom cups/bowls offer a great quality print on a superior quality cup. Check out our custom branding options here. Whatever your branding needs, we have an option for you.
Orders & Deliveries
We deliver everywhere in South Africa. Check out our shipping costs & delivery regions here.
All of our products are manufactured from naturally occurring and renewable plant-based resources.
All of our products are made from renewable resources, not finite oil reserves.
Our paper products – EcoCups and EcoBowls – are made from board sourced from managed plantations that do not contribute to deforestation.
Our products are biodegradable and compostable, creating a closed loop, and ensuring the earth’s mineral cycle continues.
Our products are certified commercially compostable, but our bagasse range will break down in your home compost heap.
When custom branding, our printing uses either water-based or soy-based inks. Both are free from heavy metals.
Once upon a time, plastic was the strong, cheap and durable “wonder” material that would change the world. And change the world it did. Unfortunately, nobody foresaw just how detrimental this material would ultimately be to the environment.
The famous naturalist,
We all know that waste is a big problem worldwide, but things become very real when it starts hitting home.
The provincial Environmental Affairs Department has recently warned that many landfill sites across the Western Cape are starting to reach full
PLA has become the popular alternative to everyday packaging items like clear cups and containers – and for good reasons!
Producing PLA uses 68% less energy, it’s biodegradable and compostable and it’s made from renewable plant starches such as corn, beets