At the Drinkware Company, we understand the importance of utilizing today’s technologies to live a greener lifestyle, both personally and professionally. Being kind to the environment, reducing energy use and providing you with the highest quality products you can feel good about purchasing and using, is our commitment to you. We take pride in offering you products that are kind to the environment and meet our high quality standards. Going Green has never been more important or easier.
Our beverage, luncheon and dinner napkins, as well as, our guest towels are all made from renewable resources and are recyclable and biodegradable.
Beverage coasters not only protect your furniture, but are biodegradable and recyclable. Beverage cups are a necessity at any personal or business event. Paper, foam and soft sided cups are all recyclable, so you can feel good about purchasing and using these cups. Our specialty cups, plastic cups, stadium cups and plastic steins are all made from materials that are also recyclable.
Our paper plates are made from renewable resources and our Chinet plates are biodegradable, recyclable and made from 100% recycled fibers. Classic Ware, Milan Plates and our plastic plates and trays not only add a look of sophistication to your table, but are recyclable.
The Greenware line of cold cups and lids take eco-friendly to the highest level. Cups and lids are recyclable, compostable and biodegradable. These items will begin to break down at 150° F and 90% humidity (ideal composting conditions). In approximately 50 days, within these conditions, the cups will be complete gone. Our lines of cups and lids have met stringent, scientifically based specifications and have been certified 100% compostable by the Biodegradable Plastic Institute.
In addition, our utensils and straws are all recyclable and we offer utensils that are completely biodegradable so you can feel good about your purchase.
Long-lasting reusable beverage containers help make a difference on the environment by reducing waste and saving energy. Our lines of reusable recyclable beverage containers meets FDA standards are BPA and lead free and are California Prop 65 compliant. These containers enable you to customize your order with vibrant artwork and unique printing making them a smart advertising choice that is sure to please the recipient during years of use.
Our Mugs for Life product line includes a descriptive card detailing the environmental benefits, use and care of these products. This enables you to showcase to the recipient that you are purchasing and using eco-friendly products, while giving them a product they will enjoy for years.
Plastic travel mugs, acrylic tumblers and copolyester beverage containers are all BPA free and made to withstand years of use.
Our drinkware desk accessory line of canisters, apothecaries, candy dishes, desk organizers and caddy’s all meet FDA standards, are BPA and lead free and are California Prop 65 compliant.
BPA – Bisphenol A is used to make hard, clear plastics. It can be found in reusable water bottles, baby bottles and children’s sippy cups.
Biodegradable – Products that, over time, will disintegrate completely back into the earth as its original organic components. This process usually is caused by bacteria or sunlight.
Compostable - A mixture of various decaying organic substances, such as dead leaves, that will usually be used for fertilizing soil.
Green - An adjective used to describe something that is perceived to be beneficial to the environment.
Lead-Free – Products have been stringently tested to ensure that they do not contain lead materials.
Polylactide – The process of isolating the starch stored in the corn kernels and converting it to sugars during fermentation and separation, the sugars become lactic acid which is used to create the plastic call polylactide.
Recyclable – Materials or products that, after serving their original purpose, still have usable physical or chemical properties. These items can be reused or remanufactured to make new products.
Recycled Fibers - Fibers made from post-consumer and post-industrial material. Post consumer fiber is made from material left over once a product has been used by a consumer. Post industrial fiber is from material generated by an industrial process before the material has been used by a consumer. Recycled fiber lessens our dependence on resources, reduces waste and produces less pollution. Our post-industrial recycled fibers come from petroleum byproducts, recycled cotton, corn derivatives, recycled silk, and soybean husks.
Renewable Resources – Capable of being replaced by natural ecological cycles or sound management practices. A natural resource qualifies as a renewable resource if it is replenished by natural processes or by re-planting at a rate comparable or faster than its rate of consumption.