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“There is no such thing as away. When you throw something away, it must go somewhere.” — Annie.L

At Gracious Minds we are committed to ensuring our products are environmentally friendly, from the start of the product lifecycle right through to the end.

D.I.Y RECYCLE Packaging

Upon receiving your Gracious Minds products they will arrive in a cardboard box with shredded post-consumer waste paper and skincare boxes either made from recycled cotton linters (cotton paper) or 80% post-consumer waste paper. All of these items can go in your household recycle bin.

Glass bottles + Pumps

Remove labels, pumps and lids. Rinse glass bottle and pumps and place in your household recycle bin. Glass has endless recycling capabilities and is made of abundant non-polluting raw materials, its manufacturing process is highly energy efficient, requires low levels of water and generates little waste.

Label Stickers

Recycle your labels by dropping them at your local Red Cycle Bin. Find your local bin below. https://www.redcycle.net.au/where-to-redcycle/

Wood Lids

Our lids are made from FSC Certified (Forest Stewardship Council) Wood off cuts from a family operated furniture store. No two lids are the same and some have imperfections. They are connected to a plastic screw or suction part. Use a hammer to seperate the two ( a gentle tap should suffice). The wood is biodegradable. This can go in your household green waste bin. The hard plastic parts into your household recycle bin. If you would like us to do this for you please feel free to ship this back to us. You can email us : info@graciousminds.com.au

Stone Paper Journals

We have designed our journals as keepsake journals that you can look back on for years to come. However If you don't wish to keep your journal please follow these steps to recycle it. 1. Break off the cover and place in your household recycle bin. 2. The inner stone paper pages can be dropped at your local Red Cycle Bin. Find your local bin here: https://www.redcycle.net.au/where-to-redcycle/
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