To date, over 140 organizations across North America have repurposed more than 15 million bamboo chopsticks through our free recycling program, capturing 20,835 kg of CO2.
By partnering with us and recycling your chopsticks, they get turned into viable products for re-entry into the local economy.
Join the movement and let’s start the conversation of getting you on our map.
chopsticks we’ve recycled
How the recycling program works for organizations and restaurants.
20 Boulevard de Mortagne
380 St Jacques St
141 Atwater Avenue
288 Saint-Catherine Street West
1065 Beaver Hall Hill
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501 Dunsmuir Street
4185 Saint-Catherine Street West
4274 St Laurent Blvd
1268 Commercial Drive
1795 Robson Street
4461 Lougheed Hwy
2366 Main Mall
2151 West 4th Avenue
650 West 41st Avenue
9100 Van Horne Way
4000 Saint-Catherine St W
We partner with various organizations within communities across North America that look at discarded chopsticks as an under-utilized waste resource.
These include restaurants, shopping malls, corporate offices and airports. Each of our recycling partners has a designated collection bin that is equipped to fit their space and team needs.
After a delicious meal, diners can easily throw their used chopsticks into our provided collection bins.
You save money on your waste management costs and divert a valuable resource from landfills. Becoming a part of the circular economy has never been simpler.
Once collected, chopsticks are taken to the nearest micro-factory where they are sorted, pressed and transformed into an innovative new material.
(with the same strength, durability and beauty of the original bamboo)
This material is then shaped into beautiful patterns and tiles by local craftsmen and joiners at our micro-factory.
Our designers and engineers work with you to utilize our standard product line in unique arrangements that fit your aesthetic (tables, decor, coasters) or collaborate with you to create custom, one of a kind pieces.
disposable chopsticks are discarded globally, per week, used for 20-30 minutes, once …. and then sent to landfills.
That’s a problem.
Let’s solve it. Together.
By partnering with us and recycling your chopsticks locally, they get turned into viable products for re-entry into the local economy.
When you utilize our products and turn your discarded chopsticks into functional and beautiful furniture, decor, and accessories for your restaurant, it closes the circular economy loop.
Click below and let’s get started.
River Rock Casino: Vancouver, Canada.
Unit 114, 618 East Kent Ave S,
Vancouver, Canada V5X 0B1
Interested in utilizing our material for an upcoming project? Contact our design team to get started: