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    The benefits of bio disposables

    Environmentally friendly and sustainable options are becoming more popular.


    Are you interested in learning more about our disposables and sustainable options?

    Trays, plates, bowls, cups, and silverware are all examples of bio disposables. There are also a variety of materials to choose from!


    What does it mean to be bio disposable?

    Here you may learn about disposables and why they are so environmentally friendly.


    What do bio disposables mean?

    Bio disposables are one-time-use goods that are not meant to be reused. Since July 2021, all food-related disposables in Europe have become recyclable. Drinking and eating are done with bio disposables. Disposables are convenient since they do not need to be washed. Because they are only used once, they are very sanitary. You won't have to worry about residual food residues this way. Bio disposables, for example, are safer for festivals. You won't have to worry about sharp shards on the floor if you drop a cup or knife.


    What makes disposables so durable?

    C-PLA is used to make disposable cutlery. This material is 100% biodegradable and easy to process, much like cardboard. When compared to porcelain dinnerware, creating plates and bowls from sugar cane and palm leaf saves more water. Furthermore, renewable raw resources include wood, sugar cane, starch, cassava root, palm leaf, and bamboo. This is a raw material that is renewed automatically.


    What are the advantages of bagasse (sugar cane) cutlery?

    Various bio disposables are made from sugar cane. Bagasse is the left-over residue from sugar cane plants after the sugar has been removed. Sugar cane is readily available and renewable due to its rapid growth rate. When bagasse waste is not utilized, it is frequently burnt, resulting in pollution. You can assist to minimize pollution and energy usage by utilizing bagasse products! As a result, this substance has a favorable environmental impact.


    The following is a list of the advantages:

    • Simple to get and renewable
    • Biodegradable to the fullest extent possible
    • Plastic-free
    • It may be used in both hot and cold environments.
    • Compostable

    Take a look at our selection of cane sugar plates!


    Is wooden cutlery a long-term solution?

    • Of course, trees must be felled to manufacture wooden cutlery.
    • As a result, there are a lot of CO2 emissions.
    • The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to forest preservation and accountability.
    • Additionally, wooden disposables are entirely biodegradable.
    • It is considered sustainable when hardwood cutlery bears the FSC quality seal.

    Check out our selection of wooden cutlery!


    What are the long-term options for plastic disposables?

    Plastic PET materials are entirely made of PET. The material may be recycled this way. Following the disposal of single-use plastic, all plastic disposables must be recycled. You do not need to wash PET glazes. You won't be wasting any water this way. Furthermore, recycling energy costs a lot of money and takes a long time. RPET is a long-lasting alternative to PET. PET material that has been recycled is known as RPET. As a result, RPET is made from previously used PET plastic. Often, the problem with plastic cups is the plastic covering on the inside. They do, however, provide some environmentally friendly options, such as the PLA coating and a water-based coating. Beide zijn afbreekbaar en afbreekbaar en afbreekbaar en a


    We provide long-lasting disposables made of suikerriet, bamboe, hout, and karton. Here you may see the high-quality disposable cutlery that Brada Verpakkingen offers:


    You may always get in touch with us if you have any questions!

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