Rice Husk Coffee Cup — made from 80% rice husk and 20% Plant Resin, making them a brilliant eco alternative to throw away cups.
Rice husk is an agricultural waste. Annually, the world’s rice production is approximately 500 million tons. Of this, the ratio of rice husk to rice is approximately 1:4, which is equivalent to about 125 million tons of rice husks produced each year. Reusable hundreds of times, made from rice husk — a by-product of rice usually incinerated.
At end of their lifespan, Rice Husk Coffee cups can be buried in soil to decompose naturally and become part of nature again.
- Capacity 400ml (14 oz)
- Height 12cm, diameter 8.7cm
- Look & durability of plastic
- Naturally insulating
- Antibacterial properties
- Biodegrades in approx. 6 months in soil
- Dishwasher & microwave safe
Available with standard & resealable lids. Lid & sleeve manufactured from silicone
One colour print to the sleeve on assorted colour sleeves if required
Small quantities (under 1000 can be printed in UK) on a 4/5 week leadtime.
Larger quantities can be printed at source in China but on a 10/12 week lead time (separate pricing required).
Sleeve colours available: Black, Red, Blue, Pink, Green, Purple
|Standard Lid||Sealable Lid|
|240 @ £5.60 each||240 @ £6.12 each|
|300 @ £5.15 each||300 @ £5.66 each|
|500 @ £4.79 each||500 @ £5.29 each|
|1000 @ £4.62 each||1000 @ £5.11 each|
|1500 @ £4.50 each||1500 @ £4.98 each|
|2000 @ £4.45 each||2000 @ £4.93 each|
|2500 @ £4.29 each||2500 @ £4.75 each|
|3000 @ £4.15 each||3000 @ £4.59 each|
Set Up Charge @ £30.00, delivery to one UK mainland address included
Having celebrated 40 years based in Burnham in September 2015, Impamark is very proud in 2016 to have been chosen to supply many councils across the UK with souvenir coins to commemorate the Queen’s 90th Birthday this month.
Impamark supplied commemorative souvenirs for the Royal Wedding in 1981 which included personalised mugs and branded T Towels, and then Jubilee Coins to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee in 2012, and again this year is no exception.
Impamark have supplied national charities with badges and souvenirs, and in addition commemorative coins to various Councils including Hampshire Registration Service, Bracknell Forest Council, London Borough of Bexley and Burnham Town Council.
Nicky Crisp, Managing Director of Impamark said “We had to liaise with the Lord Chamberlain’s Office at Buckingham Palace to ensure that we were advising our clients correctly and within the boundaries of copyright guidelines, as unlike the Diamond Jubilee there is no specific logo created for this occasion. As we are officially licensed suppliers to the Armed Forces, we are fully versed with all the issues surrounding crown copyright”.
The coins will be given to pupils at various schools, visiting dignitaries and new British Citizens.
“Once again it has been a wonderful opportunity for Impamark to be part of such an auspicious occasion and we consider it an honour to be able to supply people with their celebratory merchandise”.