” MAKE A DIFFERENCE, ONE CORK AT A TIME.”

We have partnered up with ReCork to recycle and repurpose natural wine corks. To date they have collected and recycled over 70 million corks. With your help we can do so much more!

How do I recycle my wine corks?

Simply package your cork in a used cardboard box and email us at [email protected] for information on shipping to us.

What do you turn wine corks into?

Wine corks are cleaned, re-ground and turned into yoga blocks, soles for shoes and other products. We also use recycled ground cork as padding in our meditation cushions.

Dropping off recycled cork
harvesting cork

Choose wines and products with natural cork.

The first step in recycling wine corks is choosing bottles of wine with natural cork stoppers. Not only does this allow you to recycle the cork afterwards, but buying natural cork products supports sustainable cork harvesting practices and cork tree conservation so we can enjoy cork for generations to come.

Choosing products made with this environmentally friendly material keeps it out of the waste stream while replacing harmful foams and plastics that are often used in so many consumer products. Make the natural choice.

CORK FAQ

I've heard there is a shortage of cork in the world. Is that true?

The answer is no. This is a common myth. In reality, the single greatest threat to the cork forests is a reduction in global demand. Support the cork forest by choosing cork products whenever possible.

How can I support cork forests?

The best thing you can do to support the cork forest is to choose cork products whenever possible. There is a common myth that we are facing a cork shortage. In reality, the single greatest threat to the cork forests is a reduction in global demand. If you stop buying cork, then cork forests really will disappear!