Innovative Eco-Friendly Materials in Stationery

Our conscious living collection has landed, encouraging you to be kind to each other as well as the planet. Innovative manufacture processes and exiting new materials are found in notebooks, pens and coffee cups to help you live your best eco life.


Recycled Notebooks


A report by WWF has forecast that by 2030 as a nation we will be using 33% more single-use cups than we currently do despite countrywide efforts to encourage the use of reusable materials. 399 in 400 of these cups end their short life landfill. With this number set to grow and continue to overwhelm the environment, it's time that we find innovative ways to re-purpose and recycle this dynamic material.

8 coffee cups are recycled to make each of these notebooks. That’s just over a weeks consumption! Three coffee cups are saved from landfill to make these list pads.


Cup Cycling by James Cropper is an impressive world first in recycling. Each book is manufactured in a factory in the UK using a unique process. The polyethene lining used to make takeaway coffee cups waterproof is removed, whilst the precious paper fibres are reserved and recycled into our notebooks. The polyethene is recycled by a reprocessing partner.

These notebooks can help you be a friend to the planet and will serve as a reminder to remember your reusable coffee cup.


Bamboo Coffee Cups


There are literally no downsides to using these lunch accessories to get your morning coffee fix. They provide a double service for the planet and also your pocket as market leaders offer reductions for those of us willing to pack a reusable coffee cup. The Bamboo base is 100% Biodegradable, this means the material can be broken down by bacteria and returned to the earth, causing no pollution or waste. Bamboo fibre is one of the world's most sustainable resources and possesses many benefits.



  • It is grown without pesticides or chemical fertilisers
  • Bamboo requires no irrigation
  • The plant grows rapidly and can be harvested in 3-5 years
  • There is 35% more oxygen produced than the average standard of tree
  • It regenerates itself and rarely needs replanting

 The other components of these lunch pals are doing their bit too. It's BPA and phthalate free and is strong and sturdy to be used time and time again.


3D Printing with Sugar Cane

In their East London workshop, Batch Works specialises in producing 3D printed items from Sugar Cane. These stationery accessories are sold naked, without packaging and so no waste is generated. Sugar Cane is a biodegradable material that can be returned to the earth once you've finished with your desk accessories.



You can find the full eco-conscious collection here


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