Razor Blade Disposal Tin
Zero Waste Club
Designed to make the process of recycling the safety razor blades easier than ever, and safer than ever. Made from 100% recyclable steel simply add your used razor blades and when full the entire tin can be put in the metal recycling for use again and again.
Each disposal case can easily store up to 100 blades.
To recycle your blades and disposal tin, tape up the slit and put it in your metal recycling.
Each product is shipped by sea freight to reduce its carbon footprint with a tree planted for every purchase made to offset the carbon that is used.
Dimensions: W 64mm x H 64mm x D 45mm | Blade Slot: 2mm x 55mm.
Made from steel. 100% recyclable.
Production location: Guangzhou, Guangdong, China.
Makers pay and hours: 5 days a week, 8 hours a day, but are paid overtime x1.5 on weekdays, x2 on weekends, and x3 on holidays. The minimum wage in Guangzhou in 2020 is CNY2100 per month. The employees are paid CNY2375 a month.
My name is Yibing Xi. I am 30 years old and have been working in our company for 6 years as a production manager. I think our company can give me a lot of opportunities to develop my abilities, and the salary is also very good. I live in a company dormitory, and my family lives in my hometown in Guangxi. For me, our company is my other home. I usually not only manage and care for employees, but also strictly control the production quality of the tin box. Hope our products can get your favourite.
Feeling frustrated and let-down by the damage we have done to our environment, two friends - Rishi and Pawan - went in search to find a solution. On their search they found many brands labelled “eco” stretching the definition of sustainability and adding a premium price tag. They decided to start their own journey with Zero Waste Club and produce truly sustainable, beautifully designed, essential lifestyle products at affordable prices. Each product is 100% vegan and ethically sourced with a fully transparent supply chain from the location of production to the workers' pay, showcasing the makers that help bring their products to life. Zero Waste Club hopes to inspire other businesses to do the same.