Black White Stainless Steel Silicone Mugs With Straw Tea Milk Cups Home Office School Gift
Whether your choice of drink is hot or cold, this travel mug is perfect for you. Just fill up with your favourite beverage, pop on the lid and away you go! It even has a stainless steel straw so you can sip away on the move!
Australians consume more than 50,000 cups of coffee every half hour, and an estimated 1 billion takeaway hot drink cups every year. If we lined up all the coffee cups used each year in Australia they would stretch around the world…twice! That’s a lot of coffee cups.
Sadly, standard coffee cups made from liquid paperboard are rarely recycled. Even 'compostable' cups are rarely composted, because Australia's existing composting facilities aren't yet able to process them effectively, and it can be hard to transport enough of the cups to the right place for composting.
This means coffee cups are a burden on our waste management services and our environment, filling up landfills and resulting in transport emission.
In most areas of Australia, the hard plastic lid can be recycled but the coffee cup itself should be put in the rubbish bin. Most cups are a mix of plastic and paper and only a few councils can currently collect them for recycling. Check with your council or better still, take a reusable cup!
Materials: Stainless Steel, Silicone
Colour: black white
Package: 1 x Cup, 1x Straw, 1 x Lid
Not suitable for Dishwasher or Microwave.
Metal Type: Stainless Steel
Model Number: with a straw lid cup sleeve
Drinkware Type: Mugs
Accessories: With None
Type: Coffee Mugs
Shape: With Lid
Material: Stainless Steel, Silicon
Style: Simple Nordic Chic
Color: black white
Fit For: Home, office, restaurant, bar, school
Feature 1: with a straw lid cup sleeve
Categories: Kitchen,Dining & Bar > Drinkware > Mugs
Mug Size: 8.8 x 12.5cm
Feature 2: Black White Stainless Steel Silicone Mugs Hand Cup With Straw Mug
Feature 3: Tea Milk Cups Home Office School Creative Nordic 1PCS
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