Sponges by Zero Waste Club
Pack of 5 eco-friendly biodegradable reusable kitchen scourers
- Perfect for scrubbing away hard grease, stains and any food residues
- Reach all tricky corners of your plates and pots that rigid loofah scourers can’t get into
- 100% biodegradable - made from waste coconut coir and natural rubber latex
- Scratch free. These little beauties are tough on dirt but won’t damage your delicate crockery
- Each sponge: 100 (l) x 75 (w) x 5 (h) mm
- Tree planted for every pack of scourers sold
Materials & Packaging
- 100% biodegradable waste coconut coir and natural rubber latex
- 100% plastic-free
- Comes in a 100% recycled unbleached Kraft box, printed with Soy Ink, which is 100% recyclable.
Message from the maker
My name is Gunasekar. I am 34 years old and have been working in the factory for 6 years. I have found my speciality in making Coir Beds, Coir Discs, Coir Scrubbers. My job at the factory provides me with good, satisfying work. I live in Pollachi with my family. I have one daughter, she is a student. I really hope you remember me and my work when you use the scourers. I am so happy that these Coir Scrubbers has been used by generations after generations here until those plastic based scrubbers came into the market, Now its good to see we are all going back how our ancestors lived plastic free and in harmony with the environment.
Our production facility is based in the Pollachi, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu State where the minimum wage is 8000INR per month.
The artisans are paid on average of around 16,000 INR per month. Double the minimum wage of the state. They work 8 hours a day, 5 days a week. They are off on all holidays.
End of life
When the coconut dish scrubber is no longer scrubbing your dirty dishes well, you can use it as a soap dish to put the soap block on. Or you can throw the scrubber at your best friends head. Long as the scrubber lands on a patch of grass, it will biodegrade.If you want to speed up the breaking down of the scrubber, simply bury it underground or put it in your home compost. If your council collects food waste for composting, you can also put the coconut scrubber in the food waste bin.