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Here at Sole Envy we know we are not perfect, we are always trying to be better, to make smarter and more informed choices. Feel free to contact us on socials or the website as we are always open to ideas and education on how we can improve and be more sustainable. The brands we work with all have their own policies and programmes. Some are better than others, but we are encouraged by each of them making bigger, bolder and more impactful decisions and when they do we will champion and share this.

Our mailers are 100% compostable and plant based while being durable enough to ensure your item gets delivered to you safely. In addition to this we have chosen credit card sized ‘Thank you cards.’ (See below for how to ‘compost’) Our shoe boxes & packaging differ by brand and the boxes can be added to the compost, recycled or reused. We believe that small efforts contribute towards something much bigger and where we are able we will make choices that represent this and continue to look for ways to do more.

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How To Compost

What It Means:
Compostable packaging is typically made from a number of renewable plant-based materials and/or bio-polymers. To be certified home compostable, a product must break down in home compost within 180 days and 90 days in commercial composting conditions.

Why Is It Awesome:
Cardboard and paper products are a great addition to the backyard compost as it helps with the carbon-nitrogen ratio. Easily broken down in a compost, these products also tend to have chemical compounds removed from the product.

Ensuring Success
Sometimes people don’t notice that something is compostable, meaning it can sometimes end up in the landfill. If you don’t have a home compost, you can look at local options for communal compost sites, or somewhere you can drop off items for commercial composting.