Our bottles, including our packaging altogether, are entirely both compostable and recyclable.
We are proud to be the first pet brand in the industry that uses patented veganbottle® made with 100% raw compostable materials.
In addition to our bottles, our label is the world's first certified compostable adhesive for labeling, according to the European standard EN 13432, approved for direct food contact. It can be composted together with our bottle.
Veganbottle® is a sustainable packaging innovation that includes the bottle and capsule. They are made with 100% raw compostable materials through a complex process of extracting sugar from sugar cane and plant combinations. And the best part is that they have no negative environmental impact as they do not contain harsh oil ingredients.
Here are the key advantages to using Veganbottles® to package our products:
• 100% natural crop that does not require tons of water or farmland.
• The process to manufacture vegan bottles is simple, with no environmental impacts
• Sugar cane is used to make bottles, pots, and lids.
• Created from nature and goes back to nature after use
Veganbottles® follow EN13432 standards as they are made with biodegradable raw materials that are compostable.
Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for traditional plastic bottles. It can take thousands of years for regular plastic bottles to break down, causing grave environmental damage.
It all depends on the environment. According to the standard, it takes 3 months in industrial composting or anaerobic digestion and a few days in a biodigester (1 to 4 days). It takes several years in nature, depending on the environment.
The latest test made by our manufacturer "Lys Packaging" shows biodegradation in less than 122 months without releasing toxicity. Heat, bacteria, and humidity are the factors that accelerate bio degradation.
Our packaging can be recycled with organic waste or compost. Please check with your local authorities about disposing of compostable bottles as local authorities have their own rules.
Yes. Our shipping boxes can be recycled through most recycling collections.