Suprelle® Blue Quilt

Suprelle® Blue fibre is made from ocean-bound bottles collected and recycled to reduce plastic pollution worldwide and is sourced exclusively from Plastic Bank. Plastic Bank is the organisation that powers the effort by working with underprivileged coastal communities. It supports locals in collecting plastic products, who receive a premium payment, that can be used for essentials like food, housing, healthcare, and education. Our quilt is filled with 100% Suprelle® Blue fibre, neatly bound with a double fold edge, and finished with a Plastic Bank microfibre cover. Easy to care for, our quilt is machine washable. Plastic Bank’s aim is to drive the movement worldwide to find innovative solutions to the world’s waste issues, whilst reducing poverty and empowering communities. Proudly Australian made, we thank you for supporting a more sustainable future.

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What makes Suprelle® Blue Quilt Responsible?

About Suprelle Blue

Made from ocean-bound bottles

Suprelle® Blue fibre is made from ocean-bound bottles collected and recycled to reduce plastic pollution worldwide and is sourced exclusively from Plastic Bank. Plastic Bank is the organisation that powers the effort by working with underprivileged coastal communities. It supports locals in collecting plastic products, who receive a premium payment, that can be used for essentials like food, housing, healthcare, and education. Our quilt is filled with 100% Suprelle® Blue fibre, neatly bound with a double fold edge, and finished with a Plastic Bank microfibre cover. Easy to care for, our quilt is machine washable. Plastic Bank’s aim is to drive the movement worldwide to find innovative solutions to the world’s waste issues, whilst reducing poverty and empowering communities. Proudly Australian made, we thank you for supporting a more sustainable future.

How To Dispose of Suprelle® Blue Quilt

  • Donate

    Doonas and Linen

    Less than perfect condition manchester (especially flat sheets and pillowcases) as well as doonas are wanted at animal shelters. They are used for animal bedding and warmth for the animals. Doona’s will be accepted provided they are not duck filled.
  • Donate

    Manchester

    Doonas and linen in good condition can be donated to selected charities and voluntary shops. It’s best to check with your local charity.
  • Return to Collection Point

    Linen

    There are fabric recycling programs accross Australia that accept unwanted sheets and linen. A quick google search will help you find a drop off point close to you.