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Rubber Cuppy Facts
Rubber Cuppy is aiming to take people away from single-use coffee cups. For every person that’s transitioning to a reusable cup, they then have a choice to buy a Rubber Cuppy or alternatively purchase another competitors cup.
If they choose to buy a Rubber Cuppy, they will also be taking rubber inner tubes out of landfill.
For Every Five Rubber Cuppy’s Sold, We Take One Inner Tube Out Of Landfill
Did you know that each year in Australia, 1 Billion single-use coffee cups and 48 million inner tubes are put into landfill? And whilst tyres can be reformed and reused in a variety of materials, inner tubes cannot and go directly to landfill.
Tyre inner tubes have shown to be a bigger environmental problem than we first thought. Purchase a Rubber Cuppy and help us combat this environmental issue.
The Bottom-Up Social Impact
One person uses two single-use cups at work each day
There are 260 work days each year
If we convert one person over to a Rubber Cuppy
We will avoid 500 single-use cups per annum and 1/5th of an inner tube taken out of landfill*
*Based On Our Assumptions
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People In Our Team
This is what happens when a ‘food waste warrior’ barista and a bicycle mechanic get together.
Adam Hough and Jessica Alice both co-founded Rubber Cuppy in January of 2017.
Adam is a professional BMX athlete and bicycle mechanic. Jessica runs Leftover Lovers, which is a food waste project and she is an ambassador for reducing food waste and improving food security in Melbourne, Australia.
Together, they are both interested in reducing waste, commute by bicycle and are regular coffee drinkers.
Featured on A Current Affair as the No. 1 most affordable and plastic-free reusable coffee cup.
Plus, recipient of the 'Product Hipster Award'.
The verdict is out for #PlasticFreeJuly 2018 saw Rubber Cuppy get best 'Environmentally Friendly' status.
Top 100 Cool Companies with Anthill for 2018
The City of Unley in South Australia named Rubber Cuppy and it's Co-Founders as the ‘Faces of Change’ for 2017.
Change Makers is about creating a community of young people who are able and passionate about creating the future they want to see. They believe that a small group of people with a big idea who commit to taking action can make a difference!
Join the movement and purchase a 8oz, 12oz or 16oz Rubber Cuppy,
so we can continue to create a positive environmental impact.
We look forward to working with more young people to be the change they want to see in the world.