Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
Everytable is committed to sustainability and we are working with our suppliers to reduce the environmental impact of our packaging, distribution, and ingredients.
Our new subscription box is made from 100% post-consumer recycled material. The box can be broken down and put into any curbside recycle bin.
Made from water and sodium polyacrylate gel bagged in LDPE plastic.
The shell is curbside recyclable in #4 recycling bins. If you need more information on recycling #4 plastics, click here.
The sodium polyacrylate gel is non-toxic and can be disposed of in the trash.
CooLiner is made from metalized polyester (PET) laminated to low-density polyethylene (LDPE) bubbles and is available in various guages.
Mixed plastics can be recycled at centers that accept recyclable #7 plastics. For more info about recycling #7 plastics, click here.
Our hot bowls are made from bagasse which is a fully compostable material. It can be placed in any public composting bin or a composting bin at home if you have one. The bagasse packaging will take longer to break down than normal food scraps but will break down over time.
To find your nearest composting facility, you can contact your city’s waste management and/or recycling programs for further information on your composting options.
We are currently using PET for our salads and the lids for the hot bowls and soups. PET is a completely recyclable plastic and can be placed in any curbside recycling bin. Please rinse the plastic before putting it in your bin.
Our goal is to transition to 100% compostable packaging within the next year.
Many customers opt to reduce their packaging and environmental impact even further by asking for paper bags instead of boxes. The paper bag option is possible if you will be present to receive your meals and can immediately put them into the refrigerator or consume them.
If you’d like to switch to paper bags, please update your order or drop us a line at email@example.com. Our paper bags are made of 100% post-consumer recycled paper. They can be recycled in any curbside recycle bin.