Why Single-Use Partyware is Bad

I don’t want to be a party pooper, but single-use plastic is bad news.


This “convenient” product is having a very inconvenient effect on the environment, with typical plastic disposable partyware lasting centuries! And while I understand that plastic still plays an important part in society, like storage for milk and frozen foods, it really isn’t essential to having a good party.

Your average kids birthday party will see disposable plastic plates, bowls, cups and cutlery, single use water bottles, juice boxes, party decorations (such as balloons) go in the bin, to last for 400 years or more. This partyware will outlive your children's children! We need to come up with a better solution.

Single-use plastic is a waste of money

On average people will spend at least $15 on disposable dinnerware for a party. All this goes in the bin.

What if you could spend LESS money to hire BETTER products with part of the proceeds going towards important initiatives such as Plastic Free July?


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Did you know?

In Australia only 14% of plastic is recovered for recycling, which means the rest ends up in landfill to last for centuries.


Resource: Australian Dept of Environment & Energy

We're keeping score + donating cash!

We're keeping a tally of the estimated number of single-use plastic items we've saved from landfill.

We're also donating 50% of proceeds to worthy charities.