Eco-Products - EP-BHC8-WA - 8 oz World Art™ Hot Cups

SKU: 56113
Price: $91.99/CS
- Buy 2 or more $86.99/CS
- Buy 3 or more $81.99/CS
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8 oz World Art™ Hot Cups Features

  • World Art™ hot cup
  • 8 oz capacity
  • Make from 100% post consumer materials
  • Smooth rolled edge ensures comfortable use and secure lid fit
  • Leak resistant lining
  • Color coded sizing
  • Do not microwave
  • BPI certified compostable
  • ASTM certified
  • Use lid EP-ECOLID-8 (not included)
  • Sold by case of 1000
  • Capacity: 8 oz
  • Material: Renewable Resources

Great Product


We use these to serve at our coffee hour between church services. We feel good about using recyclable materials.

Trinity Lutheran Church

Ottawa, IL

great cups


We love these cups! We've used more than a thousand of them now and love that they are made from plants, not oil.


Tulsa, OK

8 oz World Art™ Hot Cups

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Could I get a sample to try? I'm willing to pay for some.


Please contact sales at 888-388-6372 to obtain samples.


I am looking for coffee cups that can be recycled. I understand that these say they are compostable, but are they recyclable. My recycling company tells me that they have yet to find a coffee cup in the stores that are recyclable.


This cup is not recyclable in most communities.

Community Answer

This cup is compostable and not recyclable in most areas.


Your description says "100% post-consumer materials." But when I read the answer to a previous question, you say this article is made with PLA plant-starch polymer. That is NOT the same as "post-consumer materials!" Please clarify, and change the misleading description.


The World Art hot cups are made from 100% RENEWABLE RESOURCES, which is why it is compostable. This means the cup was made from materials that can be regrown again, and again, and after its useful life, the entire cup can be returned to the Earth as compost.


How many cups to a case?

1,000 8 oz World Art hot cups are in each case.


You describe the hot cups as being made with a renewable resource but you don't say what it is. Please explain.


PLA or "corn plastic" is a biopolymer made from polylactide (PLA) that can be derived from starchy plants like corn, potatoes, tapioca, sugarcane, and soy protein. In the U.S., PLA is typically made from corn kernels that are milled and processed to extract the simple sugar dextrose. These biopolymers perform like plastic, but are made from annually renewable resources like corn plants. PLA offers the cost and performance necessary to compete with traditional petroleum-based materials, but with the crucial benefit of being commercially compostable.