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Holiday Trading Hours

BioPak will be closed 25-28 Dec and 01 Jan 2021. Please order by 16 Dec to avoid potential delays. Wishing you all a wonderful festive season.

Urgent ByoCup Recall

We are implementing a voluntary recall for all our ByoCups. Please stop selling or using our ByoCups and return them for a refund. In some cups the bottom may detach.

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biopak benefits

Paper from managed plantationsOur paper products are made from sustainably sourced trees, from managed plantations.
Made from renewable resourcesWe choose materials that are rapidly renewable and biodegradable.
Plastics made from plants, not oilOur bioplastic products are made from Ingeo™ – a bioplastic made from plants, not fossil fuels.
Recyclable or compostableOur products are either recyclable or compostable, meaning less waste ends up in landfill.
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profit for purpose

As a socially and environmentally responsible business, and a certified B Corporation, we have an obligation to preserve and protect the environment and to give back and support the communities in which we operate.

So, when you purchase your packaging from BioPak, you can trust that we’re giving back by donating 7.5 percent of our profits, as well contributing our time and energy to make a positive difference and accelerate the transition to a circular economy.

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customise
your packaging

Enhance your brand and increase awareness with custom designs and branding. We even offer a free artwork design service, so your packaging will look as good as the food in it. Plus, our pay-as-you-need system means you won’t have to worry about upfront costs.

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Tons of CO2 emissions offset since 2010

We measure, reduce where possible, and then offset any remaining greenhouse gas emissions associated with our products and operations. 136,154.9 tons of CO2 is the equivalent of removing 37,712 new cars from the road!

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10th Nov 2020
Australia’s first zero-carbon street...

- As seen in EcoVoice, Australia's leading environmental e-magazine, on 03 November 2020 -

In an Australian first, Melbourne has become home to the new, revolutionary, zero-carbon, off-grid streetfood kitchen, atiyah, a Lebanese restaurant composting its organic waste, including BioPak packaging.

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