Biodegradable Sponges x2

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A pack of 2 reusable and compostable sponges. 

These sponges are completely plastic free and biodegradable as they are made from wood pulp (plant cellulose). 

Did you know that normal sponges contain microplastics?  They are made from polyester and nylon which are not recyclable, small pieces fall off on almost every wash and go straight down our drains into our water systems. These microplastics then stay in the ocean forever, either being digested by marine life or being drank by humans.


  • Ergonomic design
  • Can be used for cleaning the kitchen / bathroom too
  • Sponges absorb up to 10 times their weight
  • Packaging is made from recycled kraft paper
  • Plastic free
  • Vegan and cruelty free
  • 1 x Tree planted for every purchase

    Materials: 100% biodegradable wood pulp (plant cellulose)

    Packaging: A recycled unbleached Kraft box. Printed with soy ink, which is recyclable.

    Size: 115 (l) x 65 (w) x 30 (h) mm (each sponge)


    Message from the Maker:

    My name is Lixiang, I am 45 years old, I have been working with the company for 3 years.  I was born in Jiaxing Zhejiang Province. l have a cute daughter, I have been in cellulose sponge business for more than 20 years. I hope you enjoy the quality of my work and the sponges I made. And did you know all of the production scraps of the sponges can be recycled into new sponges?

    Workplace Transparency:

    The ZWP factory is based in the Yancheng City, Jiangsu province in China. Where the minimum wage is 1830RMB per month. 

    The minimum salary paid is around 2,100RMB per month. 

    ZWP do not use plastics in production, but use preservatives and humectants at the end of processing. These chemical components will enter our sewage treatment pool for proper treatment and discharge.


    When the sponges are no longer useful for cleaning your dishes, if placed on grass they will biodegrade.

    If you want to speed up the breaking down of the sponge, simply bury them underground or put them in your home compost. If your council collects food waste for composting, you can also put the sponges in the food waste bin.


    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.



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