Reusable Coffee Filter | 1 ct.

Producer: Zinspo | Seller: Zinspo 

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$21.98   ($21.98/ct.)

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Swap disposable bleached paper filters for zero waste, cotton reusable filters.

Our specialty reusable filters are made of cotton & linen and create delicious cups of coffee.

If you need excellent coffee to get you going, our reusable filter will make it perfect every time.

made from a special raw cotton + linen blend, called Buldan, in the Aegean Coast of Turkey
healthy alternative to toxic, bleached paper or plastic filters: no chemicals or dyes were used in the making of the cloth
fits a variety of brewers that take standard no.2 filters
reusable, good for at least 100 uses
recycled, recyclable and biodegradable shipping materials
no individual product packaging
easy wash and care

CARE: Hand-wash with warm water immediately after use and dry upside down to avoid the build-up and blockage of holes by coffee oils. It is recommended not to use soap or detergent. If you will not use your filter for a long period of time, you can store it in the freezer.

ECO-FRIENDLY: This is an alternative to disposable filters. It is a zero waste product that is high quality to last a long time. Since it does not contain any plastic/synthetic materials, it can be composted at the end of its lifetime.

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Reusable cone coffee filters offer several environmental benefits compared to their disposable counterparts: Reduction of Waste: The most significant benefit is the reduction in waste. Disposable filters contribute to landfill waste, whereas a reusable filter can last for years, significantly cutting down on the amount of trash produced. Assuming 1 reusable filter lasts 5 years, preventing over 1500 single-use paper filters, resulting in saving about 1/100th of a tree, and about 10 pieces of plastic. Resource Conservation: Manufacturing disposable filters requires resources like paper, which typically comes from trees. By using a reusable filter, the demand for these resources decreases, contributing to better forest conservation and reduced energy consumption in the production process. Less Pollution: The production and disposal of disposable filters contribute to air and water pollution. Reusable filters, on the other hand, have a one-time production impact and don't contribute to ongoing pollution through disposal. Lower Carbon Footprint: The lifecycle of a disposable filter—from production to transportation to disposal—has a carbon footprint. A reusable filter, used over a long period, has a much lower carbon footprint in comparison. Chemical Reduction: Some disposable filters are bleached or treated with chemicals. Reusable filters, especially those made of metal or untreated fabric, don't release these chemicals into the environment. Economic Savings and Efficiency: Reusable coffee filters save money on single-use filters. Assuming 1 filter lasts 5 years, they save about $40 in single-use filters.

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