Why is BioBoard an Eco-Friendly Alternative?

BioBoard – What is it?

BioBoard is made from FSC Certified paper. FSC certification ensures that the pulp produced is sourced from sustainably managed forests.

Our BioBoard range is split into 2 categories. We have BioBoard Trays and boxes that do NOT have a lining, and we have noodle boxes, and lunchboxes that DO have a lining. This means that they can be disposed of differently.

Why is it good?

Because it is FSC Certified. This means the well managed forests can provide clean air and water, maintain soil quality, preserve biodiversity and habitats, and sequester CO2, among many other ecosystem services.

All of our BioBoard range is also compostable in a commercial facility. If the BioBoard doesn’t have a bioplastic lining, it is recyclable in kerbside recycling too! Like any other material, we recommend scraping off food scraps before putting it into the recycle bin. On the other hand, if composting, the more scraps the better!

Our BioBoard products with no bio-plastic lining are also home compostable! For best results, we recommend tearing up into smaller pieces first, although this is not necessary.


  • Commercially Compostable
  • Home Compostable
  • Recyclable (If no lining)
  • Great for cold and hot foods
  • Carbon Neutral
  • 5% of profits donated

Things to Note

BioBoard products have a shelf life of 12 months after the date of purchase

Is BioBoard Compostable?

Yes. Our whole range is compostable in a commercial facility. If your bioboard product doesn’t have a bioplastic lining, you can also pop it in the compost at home!

Is BioBoard Recyclable?

BioBoard with no lining is recyclable in kerbside collections.

More about BioBoard products with a Bioplastic Lining

Our chip cups, noodle boxes, lunch boxes, and sandwich wedges use bioplastic for the waterproof linings and windows. We use Ingeo™, a plant-based bioplastic made by industry leader Natureworks in the USA. Bioplastics are currently produced using abundant, rapidly renewable and cost effective plant resources. The next generation will utilise non-agricultural feedstocks such as algae, bacteria, carbon dioxide and methane gas, further reducing the environmental impact of these materials.