We are thrilled to collaborate with Snippr to bring you this handmade product made from waste, created using the principles of the circular economy. This plant pot is made with recycled plastic bottle caps collected in Haarlem, ensuring a durable and sustainable solution for your plants to flourish!
It is ideal for small indoor plants, herbs, succulents, and more. With a solid bottom and the option to add drainage holes if needed, it offers versatility for various uses.
Every single product is handmade and uniquely coloured meaning that no two will ever be the same. The beautiful marble effect that is created by the process is totally unique and part of the beauty of recycling.
For a circular economy
Each plant pot is made from 42 plastic bottle caps
Handmade in the Netherlands
Diameter top 10 cm / bottom 7 cm / height 8.5 cm
Why use recycled plastic?
When we use recycled plastics to make new plastic products, we do more than just reduce our waste. We reduce energy, raw oil usage, conserve natural resources and greenhouse gas emissions.
Not to mention that we avoid discarding more plastic that ends up directly in the environment, breaking it down into tiny pieces to pollute our soil and water and contribute to the pollution of the ocean.
With plastic use on the rise, we need to create a sustainable community that reduces, reuses, and recycles plastics. By rethinking your selection and procurement of recycled plastic products, you become the actual recycler. Most people use plastic products every day, and we must be more accountable and responsible to drive demand for recycled plastic products.
When you choose a recycled plastic product, you are contributing to the circular economy!
How product is made
This plant pot is made with recycled plastic bottle caps collected in Haarlem, ensuring a durable and sustainable solution for your plants to flourish!
Every product you buy and use has an environmental impact. That is why Beewise designs sustainable products to last a long time or to be compostable. We select our producers based on social, ethical, and environmental criteria.