Did you know that billions of paper coffee filters are thrown out every single year? Since they are contaminated with coffee, they can’t even be recycled! So why not make the simple switch to a reusable coffee filter? The Zero Waste Club reusable coffee filter has a wide mouth and handle which are perfect for resting in teapots, mugs, cups, or glass bottles. The fine mesh filters even the smallest coffee grounds, giving you mess-free coffee. Made of food grade stainless steel that keeps your drink free from the odour and taste of metal it's also easy to clean, dishwasher safe, and won’t rust.
- Comes with no plastic packaging whatsoever
Strainer made from 100% food grade stainless steel 304 that won’t rust
- Comes in a recycled Kraft Paper Box
- 100% Vegan
Why switch to a metal coffee filter?
Billions of paper coffee filters are thrown out every single year? Since they are contaminated with coffee, they can’t even be recycled!
This coffee filter will help in reducing the unnecessary paper waste! Even though it's a small thing, billions of people doing it adds up.
The great thing about this coffee filter is that after hopefully many decades of use, you can simply recycle it and it can made into a new metal product.
Care & Aftercare
If coffee stains occur, simply use baking soda dissolved in warm water. Then gently scrub the coffee stains away.
To keep your coffee filter in it's optimal condition, wash and dry the coffee filter after each use.
This coffee filter should hopefully last many decades. When it does come to it’s end of life, simply put it in your metal recycling or upcycle the item using your own creativity.
Why We Love Zero Waste Club
Aim to make eco-friendly products more accessible to more people and to make it the number one consumer choice as opposed to buying plastic or unsustainable items.
So what makes Zero Waste Club different?
Zero Waste Club doesn't just strive to make high quality sustainable products, they want to ensure that the people who make their products are happy making them. Zero Waste Club, ensure that their artisan makers are paid way above the minimum wage and have great working condition. They also believe that it is important to know where your products come from and what the working conditions are like for those who produce the product. Zero Waste Club predicts that they have offset over 300,000 pieces of single use plastics from entering our environment thanks to the introduction of reusable products, a number that we are sure will continue to increase.