Reusable Coffee Filter - Zero Waste Club

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Did you know that billions of paper coffee filters are thrown out every single year? Since they are contaminated with coffee, they can’t even be recycled!

So why not just make the simple switch to a reusable coffee filter?



  • Wide mouth & handle perfect for teapots, mugs, cups or glass bottles
  • Fine mesh filters the smallest coffee grounds, giving you mess-free coffee
  • Easy to clean, dishwasher safe, and won’t rust!
  • Made of food grade stainless steel 
  • Keeps drink free from the odour and taste of metal
  • Plastic free & biodegradable packaging
  • 1 x Tree planted for every purchase


How to use:

  • Place the filter on top of your coffee cup or jug
  • Put 2 or 3 tablespoons of medium or coarse ground coffee in the filter
  • Pour hot water over and let the water drip through
  • Enjoy! 2 or 3 tablespoons makes 1-4 cups


To care for:

1) Please wash it immediately after using it. Sometimes you can soak it in warm water to prevent getting clogging.

2) Professional method: use special coffee machine cleaning powder to soak overnight, then rinse with water.

3) Household method: Use baking soda or edible soda and warm water for one hour. Or soak in vinegar and lemonade for a few hours.

4) Do not scrape with hard objects, it will damage the filter.

This coffee filter should hopefully last many decades. When it does come to it’s end of life, simply put it in your metal recycling or upcycle the item using your own creativity. 


    • Strainer made from 100% food grade stainless steel 304 that won’t rust

    • Comes with no plastic packaging whatsoever

    • Comes in a recycled Kraft Paper Box

    Message from Maker:

    Hi, my name is Qingfeng Li. I am 45 years old and have been working with the company for 13 years. I have found well paying, consistent, and satisfying work through this job. I live in Anping County with my family and my hobbies are singing and Kung Fu. Each morning I get up early and go to practice it with my friends. Just like in the tea strainer, I have also made the fine mesh part of the coffee strainer. The pattern is slightly different, so it’s a bit more difficult to do but I make sure everything is uniformly placed. As always, we hope you love the coffee strainer as much as we do.


    Work Place Transparency:

    The filter was made at a factory located in Anping county in the Hebei Province in China. The monthly minimum wage in the Hebei Province is 1380 RMB. However, the the makers at the factory are paid RMB 19/hour, thus 3040 RMB per month which is equivalent to £355 a month. Work is 8 hours a day, 40 hours a week. Workers are given time off for holidays based on China’s labor laws. To ensure the health and safety for their works, the factory gives annual health checks and provides good food, fruits and vegetables to the workers through their factory canteen. The workers also have a union, and their feedback is highly valued by the company.


    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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