Rice is harvested in mass quantities throughout the world. When processed, the sheer volume of husks causes issues as how to properly dispose of it as rice husks, if not ethically discarded, can be a biohazard. This is why Huski Home created a way to recycle rice husks into a durable, reusable, non-toxic material. This material is used to make their travel cups and lunch boxes.
Huski Home travel cups are twin walled, keeping hot drinks hot and cold drinks cold for hours. They're also free from melamine, BPA and silicone and non-toxic. They're very durable and can last a life time.
Repurposing natural waste is at the forefront of Huski's mission. By creating items from the shell of a coconut or the wood from a coconut tree that no longer bears fruit, they recycle a material that otherwise would go to landfill. These items are handmade, natural, biodegradable and non-toxic.
Huski Home has also developed a disposable straw that actually works. They're made from 100% bulrush stems, meaning they are fully renewable, disposable and compostable. They don't go mushy or soggy, are fully food-safe, gluten-free and non-toxic, and contain no preservatives or colourings.