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Bring Your Own Cup
The Eastside is choosing reuse. The cities of Bellevue, Bothell, Kirkland, and Redmond have partnered to reduce waste from single-use cups. Join the BYOC Campaign by bringing your own cup to Eastside coffee shops, celebrating reuse efforts in your community, and entering to win a reuse prize pack. Learn more about the BYOC Campaign.
Participate in the BYOC Passport Program for your chance to win a reuse prize pack! Help spread the word about where to BYOC and share on social media using the #ChooseReuse hashtag.
Pick up a BYOC Passport
Visit a Campaign Partner location (see BYOC Coffee Shop Map), attend an upcoming event, or download and print one now!
BYOC to any BYOC-friendly coffee shop
Coffee shops listed as Campaign Partners will stamp your passport. For others, write in the name of the shop on your passport.
Collect 5 entries for your chance to win a reusable prize pack
Once your passport is complete, email a photo of it to EastsideReusables@CascadiaConsulting.com to be entered into the raffle to win a reuse prize pack! Reuse prize pack raffle drawings will take place until May 22, 2023. You must submit your passport by May 21 to be eligible to win.
BYOC Coffee Shop Partner Locations
A special thank you to our BYOC partners! Bring your own cup to any of these businesses to receive a BYOC passport and stay tuned for special events and discounts. Interested in adding your local business to the campaign? Email us!
BYOC-Friendly Coffee Shops
Check out Eastside locations accepting BYOC today on the interactive map below or view it here and refill your cup to do your part to reduce waste on the Eastside.
Visit the BYOC campaign tent at an upcoming event to sign the #ChooseReuse Pledge and receive a gift, enjoy free coffee, and learn about BYOC-friendly businesses.
Zero Waste Week
Join us for at UW Bothell and Cascadia College's Zero Waste Week Tabling Event
11am to 1pm
UW Bothell/Cascadia College Campus
Reusables are Better for the Planet
Over their lifecycle, reusable cups have lower greenhouse gas emissions compared to disposable alternatives.
Reusables Reduce Litter
Transitioning to reusables helps prevent litter from ending up on the streets, in storm drains, and in rivers and lakes.
Reusables are Safe
Washington State Retail Food Code allows businesses to refill personal beverage containers. Reusables are safe and do not spread COVID-19.
You can feel good about doing your part to prevent pollution and other harmful environmental impacts. Learn more about the many benefits of reusables by visiting upstreamsolutions.org.
This campaign is partly funded by the Washington State Dept. of Ecology and is a partnership between: