Biodegradable Litter Trays

Get down with the cool Cats and discover the worlds first Eco Friendly Biodegradable Cat Litter Tray made by BecoThings.

Made from 100% natural plant fibres the BecoTray is the world’s first eco-friendly cat litter tray that is truly functional. It is manufactured from a sustainable source and biodegradable when you are finished with it.

The BecoTray has a high back lid for extra kick back protection and a push fit lid for ease of use. Heavier than a normal plastic litter tray it is much more stable and less likely to be knocked around the kitchen floor by the cat or a clumsy owner! If you like our BecoTray why not buy a BecoScoop too, and then you’ll be an exceptionally eco-friendly pet owner.

The BecoTray comes in five different colours Natural, Green, Blue, Pink and Brown and are £16.50 each – Don’t let your cat miss out!

To find out more about the materials used see below.

Litter Tray: Blue 

Litter Tray: Pink 


Litter Tray: Green

Litter Tray: Brown 

Litter Tray: Natural 

As recommended by Shaggy

Becothings – Materials

Our most important material in the Becothings range is our plastic replacement made from natural plant fibres. It is actually a biocomposite which means it is a mix of biodegradable materials.

Around 80% of the material is made up of fibres from bamboo and rice husks. Rice husks are a by-product of rice production, so it is a great material to use as it is normally thrown away! Although you might picture bamboo as tall thin trees, it is actually a breed of grass and so grows incredible fast. This means all the bamboo we use can be sustainably grown.

Both these materials are mixed with a resin created from amino acids. It is this resin that bonds all the fibres together. Importantly it also allows the mix to break down. When you place a plant fibre product in warm, damp conditions, like a compost heap or buried in the ground, the resin will start to break down. This in-turn allows the fibres to break down, eventually the product will fully biodegrade away. This process will usually take around 2 to 3 years depending on the environmental conditions


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