100% guilt-free, environmentally friendly, coffee capsules are here!
Our delicious, award winning, freshly roasted coffee is now available in 100% biodegradable coffee capsules which are fully compostable in 180 days.
Our coffee capsules are the perfect eco-friendly solution for the most environmentally conscious coffee drinker without compromising on quality.
Our 100% biodegradable capsules are made with a patented plant based composite, fully derived from renewable resources and fully biodegradable compostable according to EN13432 standard.
Our capsules are heat sealed for mess-free ease of use with lids that are also sourced from biodegradable materials.
This means that when you are finished making your perfect brew, simply throw the empty capsule away in your standard rubbish bin. Our capsule will break down all by itself in 180 days in industrial compost. You could even send it to a composting facility to be made into usable compost.
It has been widely reported that plastic coffee capsules are polluting landfill and our oceans. According to consumer group Choice, “Nespresso has sold an estimated 28 billion capsules worldwide and counting – that’s about 28 million kilograms of aluminium, much of which may be sitting in landfill.”
Our biodegradable coffee pods are filled with our locally roasted, award winning coffee to enjoy responsibly in your Nespresso coffee machine.
Our Biodegradable Coffee BioCaps are;
Food contact approved
Nespresso machine compatible
Compostable Coffee Pods according to EN 13432
A compostable product is one that can be degraded biologically with other organic waste in an individual or industrial compost without release toxic products, but leave nutrient for new crops.
EN13432 standard, a harmonized European standard published in 2000, defines and frames the characteristics of packaging and recyclable products through biodegradation and composting. The requirements of the EN13432 standard for biodegradable and compostable products are mainly reflected in four aspects:
Biodegradation: 90% biodegradation in less than two months to be achieved
Disintegration: fragmentation and complete loss of visibility in the final compost
Composition: A maximum rate defined volatile solids, heavy metals must be respected
Ecotoxicity: The quality of the compost should not be changed and the residue should not be toxic to the environment.