The whole Gumdrop along with its contents of waste gum is recycled!
Have you ever noticed how our towns, cities, streets, parks, schools, cinemas, trains, planes and theme parks are being taken over by random white splodges? Unfortunately not the work of a radical artist, these splodges are a product of irresponsible chewing gum disposal.
These white splodges may look like worthless waste but it costs councils £150 million pounds a year to remove chewing gum litter from our streets in the UK.
Gumdrop Ltd has been founded on a closed loop recycling process. Gum-tec® is used to manufacture the Gumdrop and Gumdrop on-the-go, pink receptacles designed specifically for the disposal of waste chewing gum. Gumdrops are bright pink and look like strawberry flavored bubble gum bubbles. Once the Gumdrop is full, the whole Gumdrop along with its contents of waste gum is recycled and processed to manufacture new Gumdrops, the cycle starts again.
Gumdrop Ltd also collaborate with manufacturers and companies globally to make products from recycled and processed chewing gum. With Gumdrop’s help, recycled and processed chewing gum can become a vast number of things from wellington boots, to mobile phone covers, stationary, packaging and much more.
Will you give gum a second life?
For more information visit: Gumdrop