How to compost/recycle our disposable tableware?

Party supplies and food packaging are some of the major contributors to

Composting your eco party supplies once used is the best way to ensure you are doing your bit to make the planet greener.
All our tableware can be commercially composted and in some cases can break down successfully in the home compost. For best results try shredding them or cutting them into finer pieces first before composting.

We have compiled a list of commercial composters who have accepted and successfully composted our products at their facilities. Please contact them to find out how they can assist you in diverting tableware, packaging and organic waste from landfill.
We are also in the process of compiling a list on Councils which accept our commercially compostable tableware in the council green bins.
We have added a list of councils below who have confirmed they recycle our cups. Read a recent blog about why biodegradable cups are the better choice over plastic-lined recyclable cups here.

What tableware belongs in which waste stream (some belong in all three categories)

Recyclable Tableware (If all food scraps, grease and sauce are taken off)

Home Compostable (*If it is home compostable it is also commercially compostable)

Commercially Compostable Only

Compost Facility Locations

1. Suez, Kemps Creek, NSW - 39km West of Sydney CBD - 1300 651 116
2. Soilco, Dapto, NSW - 105km South of Sydney CBD -  1300 254 443
3. REMONDIS, Telegraph Point, NSW - 19km North West of Port Macquarie - (02) 6585 0899

4. Totally Environmental, Southbank, VIC - Melbourne CBD - 1300 929 367

5. Worms Down Under, Palmwoods, QLD - 105km North of Brisbane CBD - (07) 5445 9704

6. Jeffries, Wingfield, SA - 13km North of Adelaide CBD - (08) 8368 3555
7. Peat's Soil, Whites Valley, SA - 45km South of Adelaide CBD - (08) 8368 3555
8. Hobart City Council’s Waste, TAS - 14km North West of Hobart CBD - (03) 6238 2711

Which Adelaide Councils accept our commercially compostable plates, cups and cutlery in the green bins

   A comprehensive list on all Australian councils that accept our tableware in their green bins is coming soon... 

Soft Plastic Packaging

Our soft plastic packaging for original packs (we use brown paper bags for small tableware items as we take them out of their original packaging) can be disposed of in the Coles Redcycle Bins out the front of their stores (find the closest one here) or check out the Terracyle website which allows you to post it to drop off points.

Where to recycle your cups

We have compiled a list of councils that have confirmed to us that they accept paper cups in recycling. The bioplastic lining on our cups actually dissolves during the repulping process and is easier to recycle compared to PE plastic coated cups.


  • Armidale Dumareq Council
  • Byron Shire Council
  • Gosford City Council
  • Lismore City Council
  • Moree Plains Shire Council
  • Murrumbidgee Shire Council
  • Port Stephens Council
  • Shellharbour City Council
  • Snowy River Shire
  • Tamworth Regional Council
  • Tenterfield Shire Council
  • Tumbarumba Shire
  • Wyong Shire Council


  • All ACT Councils


  • Cambridge Town
  • City of Bunbury
  • City of Busselton
  • City of Cockburn
  • Manjimup Shire
  • Perth City


  • Brisbane City Council
  • Lock Valley Regional Council
  • Scenic Rim Regional Council
  • Southern Downs Regional Council
  • Whitsunday Regional Council


  • Cardina Shire
  • City of Ballarat
  • Greater Bendigo City Council
  • Nillumbik Shire Council
  • Warrnambool City Council
  • Wyndham City Council


  • Adelaide Hills Council
  • Alexandria Council
  • Barossa Council
  • City of Mount Gambier
  • City of Onkaparinga
  • City of Playford
  • City of Port Adelaide Enfield
  • City of Salisbury
  • City of Unley
  • City of Victor Harbor
  • City of West Torrens
  • District Council of Cleve
  • District Council of Yankalilla
  • Kangaroo Island Council
  • Town of Gawler