The Anonymous Widower


Just heard the CEO of Nrdpresso defending his product, where seventy-two percent of the product goes into landfill.


My tea-bag goes straight into the food composting bin!

So much more environmentally-friendly!

August 15, 2019 - Posted by | Food | , , ,


  1. Ah, but many tea bags contain plastic micro fibres. Best to use a teapot, then use the leaves for compost.

    Comment by John | August 15, 2019 | Reply

    • I believe Yorkshire tea have changed the composition of their bags so they should be recyclable. Trouble is the seams appear to fall apart and the contents leak out! NOT sure if they have fixed the problem.

      Comment by mauricegreed | August 15, 2019 | Reply

      • I use Clipper tea bags, which their web site says are biodegradable and suitable for the food bin! The only problem, I have is that a packet of tea bags runs out too quickly!

        Comment by AnonW | August 15, 2019

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