💚 100% Vegan & Cruelty Free 🌍 Fast & Plastic Free Delivery 📦 One Tree Planted with every order 🌲

Razor Blade Disposal Tin - Zero Waste Club


Product Description
£4.95
Maximum quantity available reached.

An ethically and sustainably made Blade Disposal Tin, perfect for safely disposing and recycling your double edge safety razors.

The tin is sleek enough to fit on any counter top.

 

WHY I LOVE THESE:

  • Enables safe storage and recycling of razor blades
  • Plastic free & biodegradable packaging
  • Made from tin plated steel
  • Made ethically & sustainably
  • 1 x Tree planted for every tin sold


 

     

    The tin can fit 100 double edge safety razor blades - there is a mistake on the packaging saying 300. Only 100 razor blades will fit.

    When full, tape the entry slit and put the tin in your metal recycling. 

    The tin does have a removable bottom.   

    Keep out of reach of children.

     

     

    Materials: Made from tin plated quality steel. 100% recyclable with the blades inside of it.

    Packaging: Comes in an unbleached kraft paper box printed with soy ink, which is 100% recyclable.

    Dimensions: W 64mm x H 64mm x D 45mm | Blade Slot: 2mm x 55mm

     

    Message from the Maker:

    My name is Yibing Xi.  I am 30 years old and I have been working in the company for 6 years as a production manager. 

    The company has given me a lot of opportunities to develop my skills and the good salary helps me and my family a lot.  

    For me, the company is my other home. My job is to manage and care for my colleagues. and also strictly control the production quality of the tin box.  Hope the tin box becomes one of your favourite products in your home.

    Workplace Transparency:

    Made in China ethically and sustainably. The product facility is based in Guangdong Province in China.  Makers work 8 hours a day, 5 days a week and are off on all holidays.  The minimum wage of this province is 2100 RMB per month. The lowest salary paid at this production facility is 2200 RMB per month. The makers are paid double the regional minimum wage. 

     

    Zero Waste Club was founded in the UK by two students who wanted to make Plastic Free living easy and cheap as possible. They now provide a range of plastic free essentials.

     

    Related products