The world needs less trash. That sounds obvious, but consider how much of what you throw away, just in the course of everyday life, will still be somewhere on this planet, more-or-less intact, when your great-great-great grandchildren are alive. It’s staggering when you think about it; that soda bottle you drank from today might one day be found on an archeological dig by your future descendants. Or maybe it won’t be your soda bottle. Maybe it’ll be one of your disposable vapes. E-waste, particularly disposable vapes, has the dubious distinction of being the fastest-growing waste stream globally.
These seemingly convenient products contribute significantly to environmental degradation. Imagine a world where five million vapes are discarded every week, with less than 10 percent being recycled. This alarming statistic underscores a pervasive problem - a lack of effective legislation and infrastructure for recycling disposable vapes. The reality is that disposable vapes, with their non-biodegradable plastic bodies and lithiumbatteries, are a ticking environmental time bomb. Standard coils, often only suitable for a single use, render these vapes impossible to reuse or recycle properly. Consequently, the vast majority end up in landfills or waterways, contributing to tons of e-waste annually. As one of the world’s leading disposable vape producers, these are the problems that keep our team of problem-solvers awake at night. How do we create less trash? How do our customers? After years of development, we have created a product that addresses the core issue: minimizing waste in the disposable industry. A product that can be reused and properly disposed of, making a tangible impact on reducing environmental harm. The result is a product that simply does its job better; it provides a top-of-the-line vaping experience, while breaking down our unit into recyclable parts, and creating our own biodegradable plastic to house it all. It’s easy to reach for the most eye-catching buzzwords; promising to support good causes like planting trees or marine conservation. But to do those things without addressing the root of so many of our problems would be an empty gesture. To really do our part, we have to create less trash.