Will coffee cups be banned in the future?

The 2025 National Packaging Targets (the 2025 Targets) are supported by Australian industry and government to deliver a new and sustainable approach to packaging. At EcoBarista, the way we approach our innovation and our product development process is aligned with these targets. They apply to all packaging that is made, used, and sold in Australia. […]

The 2025 National Packaging Targets (the 2025 Targets) are supported by Australian industry and government to deliver a new and sustainable approach to packaging. At EcoBarista, the way we approach our innovation and our product development process is aligned with these targets. They apply to all packaging that is made, used, and sold in Australia. One of these is the phase out of unnecessary single-use plastic packaging. This means that in time, single-use cups that don’t meet compostable standards will be phased out across Australia to meet these targets. Currently traditional single-use coffee cups (ie. non compostable) are banned for use in WA and the city of Hobart in Tasmania.

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