Europe style for Disposable CPLA 6″ Fork to Australia Factory
Europe style for Disposable CPLA 6″ Fork to Australia Factory Detail:
1. CPLA(Crystal PLA) is the new biodegradable material generated by molecular crystal based on PLA material.
2. CPLA has good hardness, it technically solves the bad temperature resistance problem of PLA, Heat Resistant Up to 85°C.
3. It is elemental chlorine-free bleached, avirulent and harmless. No peculiar smell and No leaky.
4. CPLA is fully biodgradable and eco-friendly products.
5. CPLA products can Compostable in a commercials compost facility in as little as 180 days, 100% degradation occurs over a slightly longer period of time, it is from natural to natural.
6. Our CPLA products certified by FDA, SGS, BPI , ASTM D6400 and EN 13432.
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