Reuse, refurb, recycle
Reuse, Refurb and only Recycle as a last resort…
"The greenest product is the one that already exists"
We are sell our slight seconds and original PacaPod samples on our eBay and we donate 10% of each sale to a charity chosen by a member of our team.
We all want our beloved belongings to have the longest life possible, but inevitably, those items that are most heavily used require some TLC to extend their life. Your PacaPod is no exception which is why we are delighted to offer the opportunity to have your favourite bag refurbished to restore something of it's former glory. The needs of each bag are unique to its owner so please contact us email@example.com to learn more.
At PacaPod we are constantly challenging ourselves on our environmental responsibilities and impact. We believe that by creating the best quality products that we can, our PacaPods will live on and on, and so reduce the need for people to keep replacing bags with new purchases. When our awesome PacaPod baby bags have reached the end of their life we ask that you recycle them, which is a key component of reducing waste and conserving natural resources.
We have partnered with reGAIN App to make it super easy for you to recycle your bag at the end of its life. All you need to do is download the app, generate a free shipping label, pack your bag up and take it to your local drop off point. And the best part is you get rewarded with a discount code to be used at one of their many brand partners (including PacaPod, if you have your eye on a new changing bag!)
We believe it’s important to give something back to the community; we are especially passionate about supporting charities that are close to our hearts. We are extremely proud to have contributed to many incredible charities over the years, including those listed below.
- Breakthrough Breast Cancer
- North Devon Food Bank
- The Red Box Project
- North Devon Hospice
- Amos Trust
- Macmillan Nurses
- Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS) Support Group
- Exeter Leukaemia Fund
- Amos Trust for UNRWA – United Nations Relief and Works Agency