Kindly find below helpful guidance and instruction for the conscientious disposal of your Dishoom packaging. If you require any further assistance, help can be sought via firstname.lastname@example.org
Delivery outer bag
Material: Kraft paper
Disposal: If clean, kindly re-use, recycle or home-compost. If dirty please place in general waste.
Material: Bagasse, made from a byproduct of sugarcane production
Lining: Plant-plastic PLA
Disposal: Pick at a corner to peel off the fine PLA lining and put in the general waste. Bagasse trays, if clean, can be recycled with cardboard. If dirty, rinse and home-compost, or place in a general waste bin where it will biodegrade in 2-3 months.
Disposal: Wash before recycling. If your local authority does not recycle, discard it in the general waste bin.
White pots, cups and lids
Material: FSC-certified cardboard
Disposal: General waste.
Naan, samosa and bread bags
Material: Greaseproof paper
Disposal: If clean enough, these bags can be recycled, or composted (at home or local authority). If dirty, please discard in the bin.
Little plastic pots (from dressings and dips)
Material: Some of the pots are made of recyclable plastic No5 PP (polypropylene); some are made of recyclable plastic No2 PE (polyethylene), and others are made of rPET (recycled polyethylene terephthalate) which is recyclable plastic No1.
Disposal: Please check which plastics your local authority will accept, and wash them before recycling.