Razor is made from Stainless Steel.
After decades of good use, you can simply put the razor in your recycling bin.
Packaging: Recycled kraft paper box.
How to recycle blades:
- Store all used blades in a metal tin or can
- When full, seal the top of the tin or can with a plyers
- Write on the outside of the win with a marker “Razor Blades”
- Place in your household recycling bin. Please check with your waste management company.
Alternatively check with your local amenity centre
About Zero Waste Club
Feeling frustrated and let-down by the extent of the damage we have done to our environment, two friends – Rishi and Pawan – went in search of answers. Thus they decided to start their own journey to produce truly sustainable, beautifully designed, ethical and vegan essentials at affordable prices. ZWC are opening up their supply chain fully for everyone to see. To show that there is a nicer way to do business.
Message from the maker
My name is Huixia. I am 57 years old and have been working with this company for 8 years. I have found my speciality in making reusable razors. I’m specifically in charge of the handle of the razor. The company provides me with good, satisfying work. I live in Guangdong with my family. I have one son and two daughters, who work in Guangdong as well. I hope you remember me and my work next time you use your reusable razor.
The partners we work are based in the Foshan, Zhuhai, Guangdong in China province where the minimum wage is 1720RMB per month. The staff earns on average, around 11 RMB an hour, which ends up being around 1848 RMB per month. The staff works 8 hours a day, 5 days a week. They are off on all public holidays. Even though there is a demand for plastic single use and even plastic reusable razors, they ensure not to manufacture any single use plastic razors. They always ensure the products are reusable and made sustainably.