All of the packaging is fully recycled, recyclable or compostable. The filler is made from starch and can be dissolved in water.
For every box purchased, bide plant a tree with their partners at Ecologi.
Say so long to toxic cleaning products in favour of bide’s people and planet-friendly alternatives.
The brand was set up to tackle two major challenges: growing unemployment, driven in part by the Covid pandemic, and the need for sustainable practices to overcome the climate crisis.
So how does bide do its bit to make a positive impact on these issues? Firstly, by introducing “bide home manufacturing.”
Through partnerships with charities who help unemployed and marginalised people, bide has created a network of staff who earn a flexible living making their products by hand at home. Right now bide home manufacturing is focused on areas hardest hit by the pandemic but there are plans to roll it out across the UK.
True to their promise to be sustainable, this way of working – away from factories with a negative environmental impact – keeps things environmentally friendly. That goes for their ingredients list too: bide’s products are all made using natural, plant-derived ingredients that keep your home free from toxins and don’t release harmful materials into the water system.
All bide items are packaged in 100% recycled and compostable or biodegradable materials. You won’t find any sneaky hidden plastic here.