Not afraid of plastic restrictions, truly environmentally friendly tableware-sugarcane pulp tableware

Source:Jiangsu Jingdianyun Technology Co., Ltd. Release time:2021-12-21 12:52:49 Author:6596

In the past two years, have you been bothered by garbage sorting? Every time you finish eating food, you should separate the dry garbage and the wet garbage, and carefully pick out the leftovers from the disposable lunch box and throw them into two trash bins.

I don’t know if you have noticed that there are fewer and fewer plastic products in packaging boxes in the entire catering industry recently, whether it’s packaging boxes, takeaways, or even "paper straws" that have been complained 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 not only to our country, to the whole world, and to the entire planet. But environmental protection should not make ordinary people's lives full of troubles, "Although I have the heart to make contributions, I want to relax more."

Environmental protection should be a meaningful and valuable thing, and it should be an easy thing.

At this time, environmentally friendly materials are needed. There are many environmentally friendly materials on the market, such as corn starch and PLA, but the real environmentally friendly materials must be compostable, and the biggest difficulty of compostable degradation is to solve the problem of composting kitchen waste. Simply put, it is to let compostable materials and kitchen waste be composted together, instead of designing a separate system for compostable materials. But composting is just to solve the problem of kitchen waste. For example, take-out lunch boxes, you can eat halfway through the take-out, and there are leftovers in it. If the lunch box is compostable, you can combine these leftovers with the lunch box. Throw it into the kitchen waste disposal device for co-composting.

So is there a kind of lunch box that can be composted? The answer is yes, that is sugarcane pulp tableware.

The raw material of 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 network structure to make a biodegradable container. This new type of green tableware is not only as strong as plastic, can hold liquids, but also cleaner than biodegradable products made of recyclable materials. The latter may not be completely deinked, and it will be stored in the soil for 30 to 45 days. It will start to decompose and will lose its shape completely after 60 days.