Everything we make has an impact on the planet. Our vision is a world without waste, driving change toward a circular economy. We are closing the loop with our innovative compostable food packaging and encouraging the growth of the local industrial compost industry. Read more and download our Sustainability Fact Sheet.

BioPak has a sustainable disposable picnic and party range you need, available at your local supermarket.

In 2020, BioPak has funded the propagation of 9,375 seedlings in 2021 in their brand new, larger capacity nursery. Learn how you can get involved to save the rainforest.


The EMF is a think-tank that has been instrumental in promoting the circular economy, which BioPak is also a vocal advocate for. See how we've aligned with them.

In a win for sustainable innovation, the Australian Government has announced $10.5 million in grants to support waste recovery in Australia, with BioPak one of the 11 successful applicants to be awarded funding. 

- 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.

BioPak is recalling all ByoCups manufactured since 2013. The bottom of the cup may detach. If this occurs while containing hot liquid, there is a risk of injury to the user. We take this very seriously and are working with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission and New Zealand's Trading Standards on this voluntary recall.

18th of September 2020

Single-Use Plastic Bans

BioPak supports the Single-Use Plastic (SUP) bans that are being discussed and enforced around the world. The goal is to reduce plastic pollution on land and in the oceans and reduce the unsustainable use of fossil fuel to make packaging.

Single-Use Plastic bans are an effective strategy to speed up the transition towards a circular economy.