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  • Disposable Lunch Clamshell Need To Be More Environmentally Friendly

    Disposable Lunch Clamshell Need To Be More Environmentally Friendly

    Although the plastic limit order has been in place for ten years,and many countries and people want to make environment not be polluted by plastic, but we can still find there are many disposable plastic products. Disadvantages of disposable plastic tableware have been criticized, they are diffic...
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  • Is There A Material That Is Also Plant Fiber To Replace Wood Pulp?

    Is There A Material That Is Also Plant Fiber To Replace Wood Pulp?

    That is-Sugar cane pulp! Sugar cane pulp is also a kind of paper pulp. It uses sugar cane bagasse as raw material and is prepared by hydraulic crushing and high-temperature sterilization to a certain concentration. If you are looking for completely compostable plastic, then this sugar cane pulp c...
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  • Why Making Pulp Tableware With Bagasse Is More Scientific Than Burning?

    Why Making Pulp Tableware With Bagasse Is More Scientific Than Burn...

    Is burning sugar cane bagasse directly burned as fuel, or extracting plant fiber from bagasse as tableware raw material and converting the remaining organic matter into biomass energy is more beneficial to society and the environment? No matter from the aspects of energy, resource utilization eff...
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  • What Are The Pulp Tableware?

    What Are The Pulp Tableware?

    Now more and more environmentally friendly tableware, straw pulp tableware, sugar cane pulp tableware, straw pulp tableware, bamboo pulp tableware, and even kraft paper soup buckets, etc. In the environment of environmental protection tableware and the big market, many customers do not know To di...
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  • Why Sugarcane Bagasse Packing?

    Why Sugarcane Bagasse Packing?

    While there’s probably no getting around single-use packaging any time soon, the materials used to manufacture these items can make all the difference in the world. Styrofoam and plastic remain the cheapest and most readily available packaging materials, but there are biodegradable options availa...
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