In the past two years, have you been troubled by garbage sorting? After each meal, the dry and wet garbage should be disposed of separately, and the leftovers should be carefully picked out of the disposable lunch box and thrown into two trash cans respectively.
I don't know if you have noticed that recently, there are fewer and fewer plastic products in the packaging boxes of the entire catering industry, whether it is packaging boxes, takeaways, or even the "paper straws" that have been complained about countless times before. It often makes you feel that these new materials are not as easy to use as plastics. Needless to say, the significance of environmental protection is of great significance to the whole world and the entire earth.
Environmental protection should be a meaningful thing, a valuable thing, and it should be an easy thing. At this time, it is necessary to use biodegradable food packaging product materials. There are many environmentally friendly materials on the market, including cornstarch, PLA, pulp, and kraft paper, but the real environmentally friendly materials must be compostable and degradable, and the biggest difficulty in compostable degradation is to solve the problem of kitchen waste composting. Simply put, compostable materials are composted together with kitchen waste, rather than designing a system for compostable materials alone. Compostable In order to solve the problem of kitchen waste, such as take-out lunch boxes, you eat half of the take-out meal, and there are leftovers in it. If the lunch box is compostable, you can throw these leftovers with the lunch box. Compost together in the kitchen waste treatment plant.
So is there a kind of lunch box that can be degraded by compost? The answer is yes, and that is sugarcane pulp-packed tableware. The raw material for sugarcane pulp products comes from one of the largest food industry wastes: bagasse, also known as sugarcane pulp. The properties of bagasse fibers can be naturally entangled together to form a tight mesh structure to create a biodegradable container. The new green tableware is not only as strong as plastic to hold liquids, but also cleaner than those made from biodegradable materials that are made from recyclable materials, starting to break down after 30 to 45 days in the soil and completely 60 days later lose shape.
Simple Green Environmental Packaging provides professional green food sugarcane pulp packaging solutions with innovative product design concepts, realizes the whole process of environmental protection, meets the needs of more diverse scenarios and higher quality, and allows the public to enjoy worry-free convenience while building a better life. A series of products launched by Easy Green are square plates, round bowls and paper cups suitable for consumers. These are products that are often used in family life, in gatherings of relatives and friends, and in business dinners. With these products, a lot of cleaning work can be avoided, and more importantly, it can be disposed of with kitchen waste without distinction, because it is a compostable and degradable product.