NEW! William Morris + Ecoffee Cup 14oz

  • eCoffee WilliamMorris 14Oz Thief v2.2
  • eCoffee WilliamMorris 14Oz Corncockle v2.4
  • eCoffee WilliamMorris 14Oz Acanthus v2.2
  • EcoffeeCup 14oz WilliamMorris Willow

No Excuse For Single Use

  • A new generation of reusable kind to the environment takeaway cup
  • Reusable with a non-drip lid
  • Made from naturally organic bamboo fibre
  • Pesticide free
  • Fast growing bamboo crop
  • And they’re naturally sterile = kind and safe to the planet
  • Available in 14 oz, 8oz and 12oz sizes
  • Read more about the Ecoffee cups

Contact Us on 059 91 34 455 or use the form within the Product Enquiry tab below to make an enquiry or book an appointment to view the New Ecoffee Cups at our showrooms.

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Help Us Stop the 2 Trillionaf3563c3 1a6f 4c62 9695 78904fe5e0f9

Very few people know it, but 2017 marks a somewhat dubious 30th anniversary: that of the modern single-use “paper” cup. In three short decades, we estimate over 2 trillion of them have ended up in landfill – oh, in case you’re wondering, that’s 2,000,000,000,000.


The Facts


  • Avoid the latte levy…these cups are
    ideal as Part of the conscious cup campaign

  • Made from naturally organic bamboo fibre and non-GMO corn starch

  • Pesticide-free, fast growing renewable crop

  • Naturally sterile, biodegradable base material

  • Tight-seal food grade silicone lid

  • Recyclable, reusable and biodegradable = kind to our planet!


William Morris + Ecoffee Cup

William Morris is recognised as one of the most significant cultural figures of Victorian Britain.logo2018 (1)

Artist, print maker, poet and social activist, he was associated with the British Arts and Crafts movement and contributed to the revival of traditional textile arts and production methods. He also help a deep-set commitment and respect for the environment.

Useful and beautiful, Ecoffee Cup embodies all William Morris held true.


Disposal of Cup

If wondering what to do with a disused or broken Cup, simply: 

1. Crush into small (2-3cm) pieces

2. Place in boiling water for 20 minutes, 

3. Bury with other organic matter in active compost heap.

4. Ensure material is constantly covered by other bio-waste

5. Cup will biodegrade in 24-36 months** (** Up to 10% (+/- 2%) residual)