When you
care enough
to serve
the best
Spring 2014
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WELCOME TO
BIOPAK
At BioPak, we acknowledge the fact that
our products are not perfect and impact the
environment at each stage in their lifecycle.
Creating more sustainable packaging requires
looking at the bigger picture. Here, at BioPak,
that means delivering maximum value with
minimal impact to the environment.
For us sustainability is not a destination but
an ongoing journey. We subscribe to the
philosophy of continuous improvement
and believe that our products can always
be made better.
Why us?
Put simply, our packaging is conceived, designed and
manufactured with resource use in mind. We choose materials
that are bio-based, annually renewable or recycled. We also
measure and disclose the energy and water consumption at
our production facilities with a view to ongoing improvement.
By analysing every stage in the life cycle of our products we are
able to develop, build and offer better solutions for businesses,
who, like us, want to do everything they can to protect the planet
for future generations.
When selecting our products, we evaluate them
against the sustainable packaging guidelines
t They should be fit-for-purpose and designed to meet market
and consumer needs, while minimising net impact in a
cost-effective way.
t Products must embody resource efficiency, and designed
to minimise the use of materials and other resources without
compromising product quality and safety.
t Wherever possible we select low-impact materials with minimal
environmental and social impact. Materials are selected based
on science and incorporate a whole-of-lifecycle approach.
t Packaging should be designed to maximise its potential for
recovery and recycling and to minimise the environmental
and social impacts of its disposal.
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Products made better
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Paper range
Hot paper cups & lids
Cup trays
Cold paper cups & lids
Hot paper bowls & lids
Custom branding cups & bowls
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Bioplastic range
Cold clear cups & lids
Custom branding clear cups
Cold clear containers & lids
Straws
Cutlery
Bioplastic bags
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Bioplastic reusable range
Reusable coffee cups
Custom branding ByoCups
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Sugarcane range
Takeaway containers
Trays
Clamshells
Plates
Bowls
Custom moulded pulp
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BioPak custom solutions
BioPak custom solutions
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The NATURAL
CHOICE
Sustainability
We provide more sustainable packaging solutions made from renewable or recycled
resources. All the carbon emissions associated with the production, transport and
disposal of our products are offset through the purchase of carbon credits.
Innovation
We are an industry leader with a track record of delivering innovative and functional
bio-based packaging solutions. Through ongoing research and development we are
continually expanding and enhancing our product range.
Quality
The BioPak brand and products are synonymous with quality and sustainability.
Manufactured using efficient high speed, automated production lines, in facilities
certified to ISO environmental, quality and food safety standards.
Service
Our exceptional customer service is second to none. Our same day delivery service
covers most of Australia’s major metropolitan areas. We do whatever it takes to make
sure you always have the packaging you need when you need it.
Value
We offer free freight to all major metropolitan areas and subsidised freight to all other
areas in Australia and New Zealand. We guarantee that for like quality products, our
prices will not be beaten.
BIOPAK
MATERIALS
How we make it better
1.Source
Wherever possible, we choose raw materials that
are renewable or recycled.
2. Create
We process these materials as efficiently as possible
in high speed, highly automated production facilities.
3. Recycle
Our products enable the diversion of waste from landfill
by being either recyclable or compostable.
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Our products
Paper cups and bowls
Coffee cup lids
Made from sustainably sourced paper fibreboard coated
with Ingeo, an ingenious plastic made from plants not oil.
Made from rapidly renewable plant-based Ingeo
bioplastic.
Reusable
able coffee cups
Cutlery
Enjoy coffee on the go responsibly. Reusable ByoCups,
made from plant-based bioplastic.
PLA manufactured from plant-based bioplastic
or PSM made from 70% plant-based bioplastic
and 30% conventional plastic.
Sugarcane pulp
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Sugarcane takeaway containers
Made from sugarcane pulp, a more sustainable alternative
to plastic or polystyrene.
Sturdy moulded sugarcane pulp containers with secure
lids. Available in a range of sizes.
Clear cups and bowls
Compostable bioplastic bags
Made from Ingeo bioplastic derived from field corn, ideal
for storing and serving cold foods and drinks.
Made from a starch-based bioplastic and certified
compostable to Australian Standard AS4736.
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PRODUCTS
Raw materials
MADE
The energy that goes into manufacturing our material world is
the largest component of humanity’s energy consumption. The
following information identifies a variety of environmental impacts
for each material used to manufacture our products. The data
represents the average figures for each environmental metric.
BETTER
Raw materials key
Embodied energy: This is the total energy used to transform
a material from its natural state into a material ready for
manufacturing. The difference in embodied energy between virgin
and recycled material can vary significantly. As most materials
contain a blend of virgin and recycled content, the values used
here are based on typical recycled content.
Every day, we generate over 3.5 million
tons of solid waste – a tenfold increase
over the past century. That figure will
likely double again by 2025.
At BioPak we acknowledge the
environmental impact throughout the
entire lifecycle of our products from cradle
to grave, striving to minimize any negative
impacts on the environment.
Most of our products are made from
renewable plant-based or recycled
materials and we offset the C02 emissions
associated with their production, transport
and disposal.
to transform a material from its natural state into a material ready
for manufacturing. The difference in embodied carbon between
virgin and recycled material can vary significantly. As most materials
contain a blend of virgin and recycled content, the values used here
are based on typical recycled content.
Environmental data
The production of waste is a growing
problem. Despite widespread kerbside
collection of recyclables, a growing
population and increasing consumption
leads to ever increasing waste production.
Much of what we consider ‘waste’ is a
resource that, once discarded to landfill,
is lost for future use.
Embodied carbon: This is the total Carbon Dioxide (CO2e) emitted
Embodied water: This is the total amount of water used to extract
and refine a material. Embodied water data has only been compiled
in the last few year, as a result some of the data has a high level of
uncertainty.
Extraction intensity: This is the total amount of non-renewable
material extracted to make every kilogram of final material. The
figure indicates the degree of direct environmental impact from the
extraction process.
Recycled content: This is the percentage of recycled material in
average material supplies. A material that has a high recycled
content requires less energy to manufacture and less virgin material
to be extracted.
Years of reserves: This is the number of years we have left before we
deplete our material reserves, if consumed at current consumption
and growth rates. Reserves represent what is economically viable
to extract, not the Earth’s total resource. While reserves do not tell
us precisely how much material is left, they do provide a valuable
indication of scarcity.
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BioPlastics
We choose bioplastics (not all biodegrade) as a better alternative
to plastic, using it to produce our range of cutlery, clear cups, deli
containers and the water-proof coating on the inside of our paper
cups and bowls.
Ecopond
Ecopond is made from a synthetic biodegradable plastic
combined with plant starch. Used to produce our range
of checkout and refuse bags. Certified to Australian Standards
these bags are accepted wherever there are municipal
organic waste collection services. If the bags do end up in the
environment, they will biodegrade more rapidly than conventional
plastic bags.
Bioplastic refers to plastic materials and products that are made
wholly or partly from biological materials, or both.
Whilst recycling rates are improving every year, currently 77%
of all plastics disposed of every year end up in landfill.
Hishun Revode PLA
Revode is made in China from non-GMO plant starch. It is used
to produce our bioplastic cutlery and straws.
Environmental data
These materials appeal to customers because they can reduce
greenhouse gas emissions, avoid depleting fossil resources,
and reduce landfill volumes.
Data
Compostable: Certified compostable in an commercial facility
to American BPI standards
Recyclable: Not recyclable
Raw materials: Plant starch (e.g. corn)
Embodied energy: Not available
Embodied carbon: Not available
Embodied water: Not available
Extracted intensity: Not available
Recycled content: Not available
Years of reserves: Renewable
Lifecycle assessment: In progress
Recyclable: In China only
Raw Materials: Plant starch (e.g. cassava and corn)
Plastarch material (PSM)
Ingeo PLA
Using less than 1/20th of 1% (0.05%) of the annual global corn
crop today, so there’s little to no impact on food prices or supply.
This material is used to produce our range of bioplastic coffee cup
lids, clear cups, deli containers and water-proof coating
on paper cups and bowls.
By design, using Ingeo results in 75% less greenhouse gases
than the oil-based PET plastic it replaces, even if both end up
in a landfill. Ingeo has more end-of-life options than any other
plastics material. These include composting, feedstock recycling,
mechanical recycling and incineration with energy recovery. There
are only a small number of commercial composting facilities in
Australia and New Zealand, limiting this as an end-of-life option,
and leaving landfill as the most widely available end-of-life option.
PSM is made from 70% starch-based bioplastic, blended with
30% polypropylene. Used to produce one range of our cutlery.
Dispose along with general waste.
Compostable: No
Environmental data
Ingeo is made from dextrose (sugar) that is derived from field
corn already grown for many industrial and functional end-uses.
In North America, corn has been used first because it is the
most economically feasible source of plant starches.
Environmental data
Compostable: Certified home compostable to European
standards, certified compostable to AS4736-2006 Australian
standards
Recyclable: Not recyclable – dispose in general waste
Raw materials: Plant starch (e.g. corn) and polypropylene (oil)
Embodied energy: Not available
Embodied carbon: Not available
Embodied water: Not available
Extracted intensity: Not available
Recycled content: Not available
Years of reserves: Renewable
Lifecycle assessment: In progress
Compostable: Ingeo is certified compostable to EN13432 and
BPI standards in a commercial compost facility. Dispose of with
general waste if no commercial compost facilities are available
Recyclable: In China and the USA only
Raw materials: Plant starch (e.g. corn)
Embodied energy: 53MJ/Kg
Embodied carbon: 2.3Kg/Kg
Embodied water: 200L/Kg
Extracted intensity: Not available
Recycled content: 1%
Years of reserves: Renewable
Lifecycle assessment: In progress
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Pulp
We use wood pulp sourced from managed plantations for our
paper cups and bowls, and recycled pulp for our cup carry trays.
We use sugarcane pulp (bagasse) for our range of clamshells,
takeaway containers, plates and bowls.
Recycled paper pulp
Made from post consumer recycled content. Used to produce our
cup carry trays. Dispose of in the waste paper recycling stream.
Compostable: In a home compost
Environmental data
Pulp is a lignocellulosic fibrous material prepared by chemically
or mechanically separating cellulose fibres from wood, fibre crops
or waste paper. Wood provides about 90% of the basis for pulp
production, while about 10% originates from annual plants. Pulp
is one of the most abundant raw materials worldwide, most
commonly used as raw material in paper-making. Moulded pulp
is often considered a sustainable packaging material, as defined
by the Sustainable Packaging Coalition, since it is produced from
recycled materials, and can be recycled again after its useful life.
Recyclable: In regular paper recycling
Raw materials: Post consumer recycled paper
Embodied energy: Not available
Embodied carbon: Not available
Embodied water: Not available
Extracted intensity: Not available
Recycled content: Not available
Years of reserves: Not available
Lifecycle assessment: In progress
Paper pulp
Sugarcane pulp (bagasse)
Paper made from pulped cellulose from managed plantations is
used to make our paper cups and bowls. Paper cups and bowls
are normally coated with a plastic water-proof lining, we use Ingeo
– a plant-based bioplastic instead. Using this bioplastic means
these products can be composted in a commercial compost.
Environmental data
Compostable: In a commercial facility. The paper of our cups
and bowls will biodegrade in a home compost but the PLA
bioplastic lining biodegrades best under the controlled conditions
of a commercial facility. Some customers have successfully
composted BioCups in their home composting unit. We
recommend shredding to increase the surface area and speed
up the process.
Environmental data
In Australia, paper board is mostly shipped offshore for recycling.
When paper ends up in landfill, it decomposes under anaerobic
conditions and releases methane gas (a greenhouse gas more
potent than C02). We offset the carbon emissions for each cup
we sell presuming that is does end up in landfill.
Made from the crushed stalks remaining after the juice has been
extracted from sugarcane. Used to produce our range of plates,
bowls clamshells and takeaway containers. Dispose of in a home
or commercial compost facility or with general waste.
Compostable: Certified compostable in an commercial facility
to American BPI and European EN13432 standards. Check with
your local council if they will accept this in your green waste bin
Recyclable: Not recyclable
Raw materials: Sugarcane pulp (bagasse)
Embodied energy: 84MJ/Kg
Embodied carbon: Not available
Embodied water: Not available
Extracted intensity: Not available
Recycled content: 0%
Years of reserves: Renewable
Lifecycle assessment: In progress
Recyclable: Many Australian and New Zealand councils will accept
paper cups in the paper recycling stream, call yours to find out
Raw materials: Cardboard
Embodied energy: 28MJ/Kg
Embodied carbon: 1.3Kg/Kg
Embodied water: 1150L/Kg
Extracted intensity: 1.8Kg/Kg
Recycled content: 72%
Years of reserves: Renewable
Lifecycle assessment: In progress
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Conventional plastic
Conventional plastics are usually synthetic, most commonly
derived from petrochemicals (crude oil and gas). Used to
produce lids for our containers. We use conventional plastics for
applications that require transparency, flexibility and heat stability
at a price point that is commercially viable. Most of the plastics
we use are widely recycled throughout Australia and
New Zealand.
PET is made from fossil resources. PET is the most recycled
plastic in the world and use for our PET takeaway container lids.
These can be recycled in the plastic recycling stream, along with
your empty water and cold drink bottles.
Environmental data
Compostable: Not compostable
Recyclable: Plastics identification code 1, PET is accepted at all
kerbside and plastic recycling stations
Raw materials: PET plastic identification code 1
Embodied energy: 84MJ/Kg
Embodied carbon: 2.3Kg/Kg
Embodied water: 29L/Kg
Extracted intensity: 6.4Kg/Kg
Recycled content: 21%
Years of reserves: 20 years
Lifecycle assessment: In progress
PS is a plastic made from fossil resources, used to produce some
of our coffee cup lids. Recycling code 6.
Compostable: Not compostable
Environmental data
Compostable: Not compostable
Recyclable: In most council recycling. Check with your local
council about what plastic items they will accept as this varies.
Some councils collect all hard plastics for recycling while others
prefer you to recycle only selected hard plastics – often plastics
1, 2 and 3
Raw materials: High Impact Polystyrene (HIPS) Plastic
Identification Code 6
Embodied energy: 98MJ/Kg
Embodied carbon: 2.7Kg/Kg
Embodied water: 100L/Kg
Extracted intensity: 4.2Kg/Kg
Recycled content: 6%
Years of reserves: 21 years
Lifecycle assessment: In progress
Recycling tips
Paper
Polystyrene (PS)
Recyclable: In most council recycling. The white lids can be
recycled but the black lids will not be detected by automatic
sorting equipment at most modern material recovery facilities and
will end up in landfill. This is true for any black plastic products
you place in your co-mingled recycling bin. Check with your local
council about what plastic items they will accept as this varies.
Some councils collect all hard plastics for recycling while others
prefer you to recycle only selected hard plastics – often plastics
code 1, 2 and 3
Raw materials: High Impact Polystyrene (HIPS) plastic
identification code 6
Embodied energy: 93MJ/Kg
Embodied carbon: 2.8Kg/Kg
Embodied water: 216L/Kg
Extracted intensity: 2.5Kg/Kg
Recycled content: 3%
Years of reserves: 19 years
Lifecycle assessment: In progress
PP is a plastic made from fossil resources, used to produce
our soup bowl lids. Recycling code 5.
Environmental data
Polyethylene terephthalate (PET
Polypropylene (PP)
Paper and cardboard can be recycled and used again in other
paper products. The more we recycle paper and cardboard,
the less we need to use natural resources like fibre from trees to
manufacture new products. It also uses less energy and water in
manufacturing. Paper contaminated with grease or oil from food
cannot be recycled
Organic waste
Some local councils collect organic waste from your home
and turn it into compost. Composting helps keep organic waste
out of landfill where it rots and generates methane, a greenhouse
gas that is particularly damaging to the environment
So remember, if it grows, then it goes in your green organics bin
Plastic & metal
Always put items into your recycling bin loose, not in a plastic
bag. Everything inside a plastic bag will be sent to landfill.
Plastic bags can also tangle up the machinery used to sort the
recycling materials
Flatten boxes but don’t bundle items together
Roll aluminium foil into a ball and place it in a recycling bin, even
if it has food stuck to it
Black plastic items don’t get recycled as they are not able to be
identified by automatic sorting equipment used at most recycling
facilities
At most material recovery facilities, any plastic item less than 5cm
in diameter will be screened out and diverted to landfill
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WE COLLABORATE
WITH YOU
We work together with our customers to achieve shared goals
and we take a genuine interest in your business. Through sharing
our knowledge, marketing and logistics resources, we are able
to contribute to your growth and ongoing success.
We’ll do everything we can to help you find the best solutions
for your business, it’s our job to make your life easier and your
business more sustainable.
Customer care
Custom branding
Our exceptional customer care has earned us
a reputation for being the best in the industry.
We’ll brand our products with your logo (minimum quantities
apply) and we offer free storage for up to 3-months. Our payas-you-use model means no upfront costs – simply order and
pay when you need it. There is no deposit required and we
provide a free artwork design service.
Logistics management
We know how important it is to maintain sufficient inventory
and we always ensure you get your orders without delay. All
orders are dispatched on the same day they are received.
From our warehouse locations across Australia and New
Zealand, we offer free freight to most cities and BioPak
subsidised freight to remote locations.
(conditions apply).
Partner program
Developed to provide a point of difference that helps you
stand out in a crowded market. Our partner program provides
eye catching, relevant sales and marketing collateral that
clearly communicates the environmental benefit of all our
products.
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HOT PAPER
BioPak cups are produced using a
heavy duty board for a premium quality
product with superior strength, lid fit
and insulation. BioCups are lined with
bioplastic from plants, not oil.
Cups
& LIDS
Paper sourced from managed
plantations
Made from annually
renewable resources
BioCups – Single Wall
Use
Material
Hot and cold use
Paper cup, bioplastic lining (PLA)
Code
Description
Qty/Ctn
BC–4 | BCK–4–GS | BC–4W
4oz cup – BioPak branded leaf | BioPak branded kraft | plain white
2,000
BC–6 | BCK–6–GS | BC–6W
6oz cup – BioPak branded leaf | BioPak branded kraft | plain white
1,000
BC–8 | BCK–8–GS | BC–8W
8oz cup – BioPak branded leaf | BioPak branded kraft | plain white
1,000
BC–12 | BCK–12–GS | BC–12W
12oz cup – BioPak branded leaf | BioPak branded kraft | plain white
1,000
BC–16 | BCK–16–GS | BC–16W
16oz cup – BioPak branded leaf | BioPak branded kraft | plain white
1,000
BC–20
20oz cup – BioPak branded leaf
BC–4
(4oz)
BC–6
(6oz)
BC–8
(8oz)
BC–12
(12oz)
BC–16
(16oz)
BC–20
(20oz)
500
BCK–4–GS BCK–6–GS BCK–8–GS BCK–12–GS
(4oz)
(6oz)
(8oz)
(12oz)
BCK–16–GS
(16oz)
BC–4W
(4oz)
BC–6W
(6oz)
BC–8W
(8oz)
BC–12W
(12oz)
BC–16W
(16oz)
Recyclable
Paper
BioCups – Double Wall
Use
Material
Hot and cold use
Paper cup, bioplastic lining
Code
Description
Qty/Ctn
BC–8DW | BCK–8DW–GS | BC–8DWW
8oz cup – BioPak branded leaf | BioPak branded kraft | plain white
1,000
BC–12DW | BCK–12DW–GS | BC–12DWW
12oz cup – BioPak branded leaf | BioPak branded kraft | plain white
1,000
BC–16DW | BCK–16DW–GS
16oz cup – BioPak branded leaf | BioPak branded kraft
BC–8DW
(8oz)
BC–12DW
(12oz)
BC–16DW
(16oz)
BCK–8DW–GS
(8oz)
BCK–12DW–GS
(12oz)
BCK–16DW–GS
(16oz)
600
BC–8DWW
(8oz)
BC–12DWW
(12oz)
Recyclable
Paper
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Featuring environmentally
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Quarterly releases of new artwork
on 8oz, 12oz & 16oz single wall and
double wall cups – in mixed cartons
Same price as regular BioCups
BioCup Art Series – Single Wall
Use
Material
Hot and cold use
Paper cup, bioplastic lining (PLA)
Code
Description
Qty/Ctn
BC–8–ART SERIES
8oz cup – BioPak branded art series
1,000
BC–12–ART SERIES
12oz cup – BioPak branded art series
1,000
BC–16–ART SERIES
16oz cup – BioPak branded art series
1,000
No custom
printing
Recyclable
Paper
BioCup Art Series – Double Wall
Use
Material
Hot and cold use
Paper cup, bioplastic lining (PLA)
Code
Description
Qty/Ctn
BC–8DW–ART SERIES
8oz cup – BioPak branded art series
1,000
BC–12DW–ART SERIES
12oz cup – BioPak branded art series
1,000
BC–16DW–ART SERIES
16oz cup – BioPak branded art series
600
No custom
printing
Recyclable
Paper
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BioCup Lids – Bioplastic
Use
Material
Hot and cold use
Bioplastic (PLA)
Code
Description
Qty/Ctn
BCL–8PLA
Lid for 6 & 8oz BioCups – opaque
1,000
BCL–12PLA
Lid for 12,16 & 20oz BioCups – opaque
1,000
BCL–8PLA
BCL–12PLA
Custom
embossing
BioCup Lids – Conventional plastic
Use
Material
Hot and cold use
Conventional plastic (PS)
Code
Description
BCL–4
Qty/Ctn
BCL–4
Lid – no hole – for 4oz BioCups – white
1,000
BCL–8W
Lid for 6 & 8oz BioCups – white
1,000
BCL–8B
Lid for 6 & 8oz BioCups – black
1,000
BCL–12.16.20W
Lid for 12, 16 & 20oz BioCups – white
1,000
BCL–12.16.20B
Lid for 12, 16 & 20oz BioCups – black
1,000
BCL–8W
BCL–8B
BCL–12.16.20W
BCL–12.16.20B
Custom
embossing
BioCup Lids – Conventional plastic
Use
Material
Cold use
Conventional plastic (PS)
BCL–90C–PS(F)
Code
BCL–90C–PS(F)
Description
Lid – straw slot – for 12, 16 & 20oz BioCups
– opaque
Qty/Ctn
2,000
Custom
embossing
Cup
TRAYS
BioCup Trays
Use
Material
Suitable for paper and clear cups
Recycled paper pulp
Code
Description
Qty/Ctn
B–CC–802
2-cup tray
500
B–CC–832
4-cup tray
300
B–CC–802
Recycled
paper pulp
B–CC–832
No custom
printing
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Cold PAPER
The paper cold cup range is coated inside
and out with Ingeo bioplastic. These cups
are compatible with straw slotted flat lids.
Cups
& LIDS
Paper sourced from managed
plantations
Made from annually
renewable resources
Cold BioCups
Use
Material
Cold use
Paper cup with bioplastic lining (PLA)
Code
Description
Qty/Ctn
BCC–12
12oz cold cup – Mix of BioPak branded green, orange & blue cups
1,000
BCC–16
16oz cold cup – Mix of BioPak branded green, orange & blue cups
1,000
BCC–22
22oz cold cup – Mix of BioPak branded green, orange & blue cups
1,000
BCC–12
(12oz)
BCC–22
(22oz)
BCC–16
(16oz)
Custom
embossing
BioCup Lids
Use
Material
Code
Cold use
Conventional plastic (PS) & bioplastic (PLA)
Description
Qty/Ctn
BCL–90C–PS(F)
PS lid – straw slot – for 12, 16 & 22oz
cold paper BioCups – opaque
2,000
BCL–90C–PLA(F)
PLA lid – straw slot – for 12, 16 & 22oz
cold paper BioCups – clear
2,000
BCL–90C–PS(F)
BCL-90C-PLA(F)
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All our paper products are made from
pulp sourced from managed plantations.
We use Ingeo bioplastic as a waterproof
coating on our cups and bowls.
Hot PAPER
Bowls
& LIDS
Compostable in a commercial
compost facility
Printed with soy and water
based inks
BioBowls
Use
Material
Hot and cold use
Paper bowl, bioplastic lining (PLA)
Code
Description
Qty/Ctn
BSC–8
8oz bowl – BioPak branded white
1,000
BSC–12
12oz bowl – BioPak branded white
500
BSC–16
16oz bowl – BioPak branded white
500
BSC–32
32oz bowl – BioPak branded white
500
BSC–8
BSC–12
BSC–16
BSC–32
Recyclable
Paper
BioBowl Lids – Bioplastic
Use
Material
Code
Hot and cold use
Bioplastic (PLA)
Description
BSCL–8PLA
Lid for 8oz BioBowls – opaque
BSCL–12PLA
Lid for 12, 16 & 32oz BioBowls – opaque
Qty/Ctn
BSCL–8PLA
BSCL–12PLA
1,000
500
No custom
printing
BioBowl Lids – Conventional plastic
Use
Material
Code
Hot and cold use
Conventional plastic (PP)
Description
Qty/Ctn
BSCL–8
Lid for 8oz BioBowls – clear
1,000
BSCL–12.16.32
Lid for 12, 16 & 32oz BioBowls – clear
1,000
BSCL–8
BSCL–12.16.32
No custom
printing
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Custom branding
CUPS & BOWLS
We offer free custom branding for orders above 50,000 cups
1. Choose your cup or bowl size
5. 8-week turn around time
There are five cup sizes – 4oz, 8oz, 12oz,16oz and 20oz
8-week turn around from artwork approval to delivery
There are four bowl sizes – 8oz, 12oz, 16oz and 32oz
Choose a single wall or double wall cup or single wall bowl
2. Choose your quantity
We offer free cup and bowl printing for a minimum order quantity
of 50,000 per size
3. Send us your logo/message for free
printing
6. No deposit and free pay-as-you-use
storage
No deposit required
Free pay-as-you-use storage for 3-months, subsidised storage rates
available thereafter
Pay-as-you-use system allows you to request and pay for what you
need, as you need it
You can draw down one carton at a time
Free design and artwork setup
Colour printing available
No plate costs
7. Guaranteed same day dispatch on
all orders
Colour proofs available on request
All orders dispatched same day (conditions apply)
4. BioPak endorsement
8. Ongoing logistics management
We incorporate the BioCup or BioPak logo and environmental message
into your cup or bowl design, helping you communicate your commitment
to more sustainable products to your customers
We monitor your stock levels to ensure you never run out
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Bioplastic
RANGE
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Cold clear
Made from Ingeo PLA. This revolutionary
bioplastic is made from dextrose (sugar)
that is derived from field corn already
grown for many industrial and functional
end-uses.
Cups
& LIDS
Cold use only
Made from a 100% renewable
resource
BioCups without lids
Use
Cold use only
Material
Bioplastic (PLA)
Code
Description
Qty/Ctn
U–30Y
30ml sample cup – clear
3,000
R–185W
185ml wine glass – clear
1,000
CF–R–150Y
150ml cup – clear
2,000
CF–R–200Y
200ml cup – clear
2,000
U-30Y
R–185W
CF–R–150Y
CF–R–200Y
Lids are not available with the above products.
BioCups with lids
Use
Cold use only
Material
Bioplastic (PLA)
Code
Description
Qty/Ctn
CF–R–60
60ml sauce cup – clear
2,000
CF–C–73
Flat lid – no hole – for 60ml sauce cups –
73mm – clear
2,000
R–150Y
150ml cup – BioPak branded clear
2,000
R–200Y
200ml cup – BioPak branded clear
2,000
R–280Y
280ml cup – BioPak branded clear
2,000
C-76
Flat lid – no hole – for 150, 200 & 280ml
cups listed directly above only – 76mm – clear
2,000
C-76D(X)
Dome lid – x-slot – for 150, 200 & 280ml
cups listed above only – 120mm – clear
1,000
CF–R–280Y
280ml cups – clear
1,000
CF–C83(0)
Flat lid – 10mm hole – for 280ml cups listed
directly above only – 120mm – clear
1,000
R–300Y
300ml cup – BioPak branded clear
1,000
R–360Y
360ml cup – BioPak branded clear
1,000
R–420
420ml cup – BioPak branded clear
1,000
R–500Y
500ml cup – BioPak branded clear
1,000
R–600Y
600ml cup – BioPak branded clear
1,000
R–700Y
700ml cups – BioPak branded clear
1,000
C–96F
Flat lid – x-slot – for 300-700ml cups directly
above – 96mm – clear
1,000
C–96D(B)
Dome lid – 22mm hole – for 300-700ml
cups listed directly above – 96mm – clear
1,000
C–96D(X)
Dome lid – x-slot – for 300-700ml cups listed
directly above – 96mm – clear
1,000
CF–R–60
CF–C–73
R–300Y
R–360Y
R–150Y
R–200Y
C–76
R–420
R–280Y
C–76D(X)
R–500Y
C–96F
CF–R–280Y
CF–C–83(0)
R–600Y
R–700Y
C–96D(B)
C–96D(X)
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Custom branding
clear CUPS
We offer free custom branding for orders above 50,000 cups
1. Choose your cup size
5. 8-week turn around time
There are nine cup sizes – 150ml, 200ml, 280ml, 300ml, 360ml, 420ml,
500ml, 600ml and 700ml
8-week turn around from artwork approval to delivery
2. Choose your quantity
We offer free cup printing for a minimum order quantity of 50,000 per size
for a single colour
3. Send us your logo/message for
free printing
Free design and artwork setup
Colour printing available
No plate costs
4. BioPak endorsement
We incorporate the BioCup or BioPak logo and environmental message
into your cup design, helping you communicate your commitment to more
sustainable products to your customers
6. No deposit and free pay-as-you-use
storage
No deposit required
Free pay-as-you-use storage for 3-months, subsidised storage rates
available thereafter
Pay-as-you-use system allows you to request and pay for what you
need, as you need it
You can draw down one carton at a time
7. Guaranteed same day dispatch on
all orders
All orders dispatched same day (conditions apply)
8. Ongoing logistics management
We monitor your stock levels to ensure you never run out
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Our new BioDeli Bowls have been
redesigned with a single lid solution
across all sizes
Cold clear
containers
Producing Ingeo bioplatic results
in 75% less greenhouse gases
than PET plastic
& LIDS
BioDeli Bowls with Lids
Use
Material
Cold use only
Bioplastic (PLA)
Code
Description
Qty/Ctn
CF–R–60
60ml sauce cup – clear
2,000
CF–C–73
Flat lid – no hole – for 60ml sauce cups –
73mm – clear
2,000
CF–P–240
240ml bowl – 120mm – clear
500
CF–P–360
360ml bowl – 120mm – clear
500
CF–P–500
500ml bowl – 120mm – clear
500
CF–P–700
700ml bowl – 120mm – clear
500
CF–P–960
960ml bowl – 120mm – clear
500
CF–C–120(D)
Raised lid for all BioDeli Bowls – 120mm – clear
500
CF–R–60
CF–P–240
CF–P–360
CF–C–120(D)
CF–C–73
CF–P–500
CF–P–700
CF–P–960
No custom
printing
BioDeli Salad Bowls with Lids
Use
Material
Cold use only
Bioplastic (PLA)
Code
Description
Qty/Ctn
CF–SB–24
24oz salad bowl – clear
450
CF–SB-32
32oz salad bowl – clear
450
CF–SBL-24/32
Lid for 24 & 32oz salad bowls – clear
450
CF–SBL-24/32
CF–SB-24
CF–SB-32
No custom
printing
BioSushi Tray
Use
Material
Cold use only
Bioplastic (PLA)
KS-SU-30
Code
KS–SU–30
Description
Sushi base – 186x127x17mm – clear
Sushi lid – 188x135x30mm – clear
Qty/Ctn
300
No custom
printing
Cutlery
& straws
PLA BioCutlery is made from 100%
renewable resources. We also offer an
alternative, low-cost option made from
70% plant-based bioplastic and 30%
conventional plastic.
Cutlery is heat-resistant and sturdy
Straws are made from bioplastic
from plants not oil
straws
BioStraws
Use
Material
Code
Cold use only
Bioplastic (PLA)
Description
Qty/Ctn
GD–6X206FSB
6mm diameter x 206mm long straws
– flexible – bulk pack – green
5,000
GD–6X206FSIW
6mm diameter x 206mm long straws
– flexible – individually wrapped – green
5,000
GD-6X206FSB
GD-6X206FSIW
No custom
printing
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cutlery
BioCutlery – Bioplastic
Use
Material
Hot and cold use
Bioplastic (PLA)
BULK
Code
Description
GD–4ATS–B
GD–4AC–B
GD–5ACS–S
GD–6AK–B
GD–6AF–B
GD–6AS–B
GD–6.5AK–B
GD–6.5AF–B
GD–6.5AS–B
GD–6.5AKFN–B
GD–6.5AKFNSP–B
Wrap for PLA sets
Qty/Ctn
GD–4ATS–B
4” tea spoon – white
2,000
GD–4AC–B
4” spork – white
3,000
GD–5ACS–S
5” stirrer – white
3,000
GD–6AK–B
6” knife – white
1,000
GD–6AF–B
6” fork – white
1,000
GD–6AS–B
6” spoon – white
1,000
GD–6.5AK–B
6.5” knife – white
1,000
GD–6.5AF–B
6.5” fork – white
1,000
GD–6.5AS–B
6.5” spoon – white
1,000
SETS
Code
Description
Qty/Ctn
GD–6.5AKFN–B
6.5” knife, fork & napkin set – white
– BioPak branded wrap
250
GD-6.5AKFNSP–B
6.5” knife, fork, napkin, salt & pepper set
– white – BioPak branded wrap
250
No custom
printing
BioCutlery – 70% bioplastic
Use
Material
Hot and cold use
70% bioplastic (PSM)
GD–6K–B
GD–6F–B
GD–6S–B
GD–6SP–B
GD–7K–B
GD–7F–B
GD–7S–B
GD–6KFN–B
GD–6KNSP–B
GD–6KFSN–R
Retail box GD–6KFSN–R
BULK
Code
Description
Qty/Ctn
GD–6K–B
6” knife – natural white
1,000
GD–6F–B
6” fork – natural white
1,000
GD–6S–B
6” spoon – natural white
1,000
GD–6SP–B
6” spork – natural white
1,000
GD–7K–B
7” knife – natural white
1,000
GD–7F–B
7” fork – natural white
1,000
GD–7S–B
7” spoon – natural white
1,000
SETS
Code
Description
Qty/Ctn
GD–6KFN–B
6” knife, fork & napkin set – natural white
– BioPak branded wrap
250
GD–6KFNSP–B
6” knife, fork, napkin, salt & pepper set
– natural white – BioPak branded wrap
250
GD–6KFSN–R
6” knife, fork, spoon & napkin cutlery sets
– natural white – BioPak branded wrap and
retail box – 20 cutlery sets per retail box
– 10 retail boxes per carton
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Wrap for
PSM sets above
Hybrid
PSM
No custom
printing
General
waste
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Bioplastic
bags
BioPlastic Bags enable the diversion of
organic waste from landfill and are ideal
for the collection of food scraps. Made
using Ecopond, a starch-based bioplastic
that is certified compostable to Australian
standards AS4736.
Shelf life of up to 6 months
Biodegradable in a commercial
compost facility
BioPlastic Bags
Bi
Use
Material
Code
Cold use only – Dog waste, checkout, bin liner, kitchen tidy bags
Ecopond (AS4736 Australian Compost Standard Compliant)
Description
Qty/Ctn
PSB–C–0001
8L checkout – 395x190x50mm
– 0.018mm thick – 20 blocks of 100
– BioPak branded green
2,000
PSB–C–0005
20L checkout – 520x300x100mm
– 0.018mm thick – 10 blocks of 100
– BioPak branded white
1,000
PSB–C–0002
8L bin liner – 355x220mm
– 0.018mm thick – 40 rolls of 25
– BioPak branded white
1,000
PSB–C–0013
30L bin liner – 570x510mm
– 0.018mm thick – 40 rolls of 25
– BioPak branded white
1,000
PSB–C–0014
50L bin liner – 940x600mm
– 0.018mm thick – 18 rolls of 30
– BioPak branded white
540
PSB–C–0015
80L bin liner – 1,050x820mm
– 0.018mm thick – 12 rolls of 20
– BioPak branded white
240
PSB–C–0003
120L bin liner – 1,320x870mm
– 0.023mm thick – 12 rolls of 12
– BioPak branded white
144
PSB–C–0004
240L bin liner – 1,390x1,130mm
– 0.023mm thick 12 rolls of 12
– BioPak branded white
144
PSB–C–0001
PSB–C–0005
BioPak bin liners
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bioplastic
Reusable
RANGE
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reusable
coffee
CUPS
m Mad e fro m
I’
pl an ts
no t oi l
Dishwasher
safe
BPA
BPA free
ByoCup
Use
Material
Code
Hot and cold use
Bioplastic (PLA) cup, silicon lid and sleeve
BM–BCR–8–G
Description
Qty/Ctn
BM–BCR–8–G |
BM–BCR–8–W
8oz reusable coffee cup –
Biopak branded green cup, white band & lid |
BioPak branded white cup, green band & lid
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BM–BCR–12–G |
BM–BCR–12–W
12oz reusable coffee cup –
Biopak branded green cup, white band & lid |
BioPak branded white cup, green band & lid
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BM–BCR–16–G |
BM–BCR–16–W
16oz reusable coffee cup –
Biopak branded green cup, white band & lid |
BioPak branded white cup, green band & lid
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BM–BCR–8–W
BM–BCR–12–G
BM–BCR–12–W
BM–BCR–16–G
BM–BCR–16–W
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custom BRANDing
BYOCUPS
Free custom colours and printing for orders above 1,000 cups
1. Choose your cup size
3. Choose your quantity
There are three sizes – 8oz, 12oz and 16oz
We offer free cup printing for a minimum order quantity of 1,000 per size
and colour
4. Send us your logo/message for free
printing
Free artwork setup
8oz
12oz
16oz
Colour printing available
2. Choose your cup colour at no extra cost
PINK
ORANGE
BLUE
GREEN
PURPLE
YELLOW
GREY
WHITE
Pick one colour for the cup from the table above (one colour/1,000)
If the colours above are unsuitable, custom colours are available at $100
for each production run (min 1,000/size)
One version/print run of 1,000
5. Embossing and colour variations available
on the band and lid
Embossing is free but a one-off tooling fee of $2,000/size applies
Free artwork setup
Standard colours for sleeve and lid are green or white. If you require
a custom colour the minimum order quantity is 3,000 units
If you opt not to custom emboss the bands and lids they will have
the BioCup branding, as illustrated below
6. 12-week turn around time
12-week turnaround from artwork approval to delivery
7. No deposit and free pay-as-you-go
storage
No deposit required
Custom embossing areas of silicon band and lids
Free pay-as-you-use storage for 6-months, subsidised storage rates
available thereafter
Pay-as-you-use system allows you to request and pay for what you need,
as you need it
Custom Printing Area
You can draw down one carton at a time
8. Guaranteed same day dispatch on
all orders
All orders dispatched same day (conditions apply)
Custom Printing Area
9. Ongoing logistics management
BioCup features on the front and back of the standard BioCup
We monitor your stock levels to ensure you never run out
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sugarcane
range
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Made from rapidly renewable sugarcane
pulp. Sturdy and versatile, these containers
can handle a wide variety of foods.
100% renewable and compostable in a
commercial compost facility.
TAKEAWAY
CONTAINERS
Microwave safe and ovenable
up to 220°C for 20 mins
Refrigerator and freezer safe
Grease and water resistant
BioCane Takeaways
Use
Material
Hot and cold use
Sugarcane pulp (bagasse)
Code
Description
Qty/Ctn
B–SLB–280–W | B–SLB–280–N
280ml base – 130x130x45mm – BioPak branded white | BioPak branded natural
600
B–SLB–480–W | B–SLB–480–N
480ml base – 130x130x65mm – BioPak branded white | BioPak branded natural
600
B–SLB–630–W | B–SLB–630–N
630ml base – 130x130x90mm – BioPak branded white | BioPak branded natural
600
B–SLBL–W | B–SLBL–N
Lid for 280, 480 & 630ml bases – BioPak branded white | BioPak branded natural
600
B–SLBL–RPET(D)
PET plastic dome lid for 280, 480 & 630ml bases – BioPak branded clear
600
B–LB–750–W | B–LB–750–N
750ml base – 230x130x40mm – BioPak branded white | BioPak branded natural
500
B–LB–1000–W | B–LB–1000–N
1,000ml base – 230x130x55mm – BioPak branded white | BioPak branded natural
500
B–LBL–W | B–LBL–N
Lid for 750ml & 1,000ml bases – BioPak branded white | BioPak branded natural
500
B–LBL–RPET(D)
PET plastic dome lid for 750ml & 1,000ml bases – BioPak branded clear
500
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Biocane Takeaways
(continued)
B–SLB–280–W
B–SLB–480–W
B–SLB–630–W
B–LB–750–W
B–LB–1000–W
B–SLB–280–N
B–SLB–480–N
B–SLB–630–N
B–LB–750–N
B–LB–1000–N
B–LBL–W
B–LBL–N
B–SLBL–W
B–SLBL–N
Microwave
& oven safe
B–LBL–RPET(D)
B–SLBL–RPET(D)
No custom
printing
Custom
embossing
Made from 100% renewable
and reclaimed resources
trays
Grease and water resistant
BioCane Trays
Use
Material
Code
Hot and cold use
Sugarcane pulp (bagasse)
Description
B–LB–750T
B–LB–1000T
B–TL–15
B–TL–16
Qty/Ctn
B–LB–750T
750ml tray – 230x130x40mm
– BioPak branded natural
500
B–LB–1000T
1,000ml tray – 230x130x60mm
– BioPak branded natural
500
B–TL–15
5-compartment tray – 260x210mm – white
500
B–TL–16
6-compartment tray – 320x220mm – white
250
No custom
printing
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CLAMSHELLS
Sugarcane pulp clamshells are grease
and oil resistant, a great alternative to
traditional petroleum derived plastic or
foam containers. Made from a rapidly
renewable by-product of the sugar
refining industry.
Our sugarcane products are
compostable in commercial
compost facilities
Compost is a great way to improve
vital soil resources and divert waste
that would otherwise be landfill
B–HL–66
B–HL–96
B–DHL–81
B–DHL–83
B–HL–91
B–HL–93
B–HL–96–2
BioCane Clamshells
Use
Material
Code
Hot and cold use
Sugarcane pulp (bagasse)
Description
Qty/Ctn
B–HL–66
6x6x3” clamshell – white
500
B–HL–96
9x6x3” clamshell – white
250
B–HL–96–2
9x6x3” 2-compartment clamshell – white
250
B–DHL–81
7.8x8x3” clamshell – white
200
B–DHL–83
7.8x8x3” 3-compartment clamshell – white
200
B–HL–91
9x9x3” clamshell – white
200
B–HL–93
9x9x3” 3-compartment clamshell – white
200
No custom
printing
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plates
Traditional plastic plates are made from
petroleum, a valuable, non-renewable
resource. Sugarcane products are made
from a rapidly renewable resource and
are a strong, grease and water resistant
alternative to traditional plastic or
polystyrene plates and bowls.
Made from 100% renewable
and reclaimed resources
Compostable in commercial
compost facilities
B–PL–06
B–PL–07
B–PL–09
B–PL–93
B–PL–10
B–PL–11
B–PL–16–1
B–PL–16–2
BioCane Plates
Use
Material
Hot and cold use
Sugarcane pulp (bagasse)
Code
Description
Qty/Ctn
B–PL–06
6” round plate – white
1,000
B–PL–07
7” round plate – white
1,000
B–PL–09
9” round plate – white
500
B–PL–93
9” 3-compartment round plate – white
500
B–PL–10
10” round plate – white
500
B–PL–11
10” 3-compartment round plate – white
500
B–PL–16–1
10.25x7.75” oval plate – white
500
B–PL–16–2
12.5x10” oval plate – white
500
No custom
printing
bowls
BioCane Bowls
Use
Material
Code
Hot and cold use
Sugarcane pulp (bagasse)
Description
Qty/Ctn
B–BL–12
12oz bowl – white
1,000
B–BL–16
16oz bowl – white
1,000
B–BL–12
B–BL–16
No custom
printing
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custom
moulded
PULP
Our experienced design team will help you create the most sustainable,
aesthetically pleasing and functional packaging solutions to enhance
your brand and amaze your clients.
A cost effective and functional replacement for foil and
plastic food service disposables
No mould fees, minimum order quantities of 100,000 units
Prototypes within two weeks (costs apply)
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custom retail
solutions
Looking for something specific? Provide us with your requirements and we will
use our highly experienced product development and manufacturing resources
to achieve your goals.
Together with Deeko we can offer you customised retail solutions to suit your
specific needs.
When speed to market is critical to your success, together with Deeko, BioPak
delivers.From concept to prototype to shelf ready retail packaging we are fast,
agile and responsive.
As a primary manufacturer, we can accommodate packaging requests to your
specific requirements.
SCA BioPak picnic retail product range
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Cold paper cups
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better
choice
for our
planet
Hot paper cups
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