How Does It Work?

  • Collection

    We collect discarded glass bottles from bars, restaurants, wineries, and residence

  • Upcycling

    Our microfactories polish and cut bottles into glassware, platters, decor and candles

  • Experience

    Each of our products tells a unique story about our sustainable initiatives

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Process and Materials

What's In Our Sustainable, Non-Toxic Products

  • Upcycled Glass Bottles

    Collected from local bars, restaurants and homes around Vancouver.
  • Soywax

    We use natural, renewable soy wax that burns for longer than the stock paraffin
  • Wooden Wicks

    More resourceful than cotton wicks, and do not leave soot or smoke in the air when you burn them
  • Cork

    For our jars we use the cork, a biodegradable alternative to plastic lids, which easily allows for airtight sealing
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Our Sustainable Development Goals

  • SDG Goal 11. Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable

    Community involvement is crucial for the success of waste reduction initiatives at the city level. By hosting workshops with local businesses, we will support these businesses to instill a behavioral change towards more sustainable consumption and waste management.

  • Goal 12. Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns

    Our workshops will serve as educational platforms to promote sustainable consumption and foster upcycling skills development . Our hands-on activities will educate participants from high-school and middle-school on the many ways to repurpose and reuse glass bottles.

  • Goal 13. Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts

    By educating individuals on the importance of reducing waste and adopting eco-friendly behaviours we will be diverting glass bottles from ending up in landfills. As a result, our workshops contribute to mitigating the environmental impact associated with waste disposal.

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