Factory directly provided CPLA Compostable 6.5 inch spoon to Costa rica Manufacturer
Factory directly provided CPLA Compostable 6.5 inch spoon to Costa rica Manufacturer 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.
Our CPLA products certified by FDA, SGS, BPI , ASTM D6400 and EN 13432.
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Dear All, LET US MINIMIZE /AVOID USING PLASTIC CUPS & OTHER DISPOSABLES. SAVE OUR HEALTH & OUR ENVIRONMENT
Plastics cups and other disposable are very commonly used in India & worldwide. Here is some statistics- Over 1 trillion plastic bags are used every year worldwide. About 1 million plastic bags are used every minute. A single plastic bag can take up to 1,000 years to degrade. More than 3.5 million tons of plastic bags, sacks and wraps were discarded in 2008. Only 1 in 200 plastic bags in the UK are recycled (BBC). The U.S. goes through 100 billion single-use plastic bags. This costs retailers about $4 billion a year. Plastic bags are the second-most common type of ocean refuse, after cigarette butts (2008). Plastic bags remain toxic even after they break down. Every square mile of ocean has about 46,000 pieces of plastic floating in it.
WHAT ARE HEALTH PROBLEMS WITH PLASTICS? Certain chemicals in plastics, like Bisphenol-A (BPA), have gotten media exposure for their potential health problems but there’s much more to the problem that a few isolated chemicals.BPA is often added to plastics to make them more durable, but it was once given to animals like cows and chickens to cause them to gain weight before slaughter. BPA is known to disrupt hormones and can mimic the effect of estrogen in the body, leading to weight gain and hormone imbalance.
What Can We Do?
Unfortunately, plastics take a really long time to break down and the high levels of plastics in landfills, oceans and even remote areas of the planet paint a rather bleak picture of the future for plastic pollution. One big thing we can all do is to reduce the amount of plastic products we are buying and using. This will reduce our own exposure to plastic pollution, our planet’s plastic load, and will often save money as well. Some great ways to reduce plastic exposure:Start using a glass or stainless steel water bottle in place of disposable plastic water bottles. Even better, fill your water bottle from a reusable steel water filter that will also help reduce chemical exposure from water.
1. Switch to reusable grocery bags instead of plastic or paper bags.
2. Stop buying processed foods that are packaged in plastics. This is a huge step for your health on its own, but it will also reduce the amount of plastic waste we produce each year. Shop at farmers markets and use reusable bags. If it is in a plastic bag or a box, just don’t buy it.
3. Replace plastic bags and plastic food storage containers with safer reusable options. Plastic bags, plastic wrap and thin plastic storage containers are major sources of plastic exposure. Switch to glass or stainless steel for storage.
4. Buy wooden or metal toys for children instead of plastic. (They last longer too!)
5. Bring your own glass/metal bottle or thermos when buying drinks away from home. Don’t get takeout food in Styrofoam containers which are a major source of plastic chemicals and waste.
6. Consider using cloth diapers instead of disposable.
7. Use glass and metal dishes, silverware and bakeware in place of plastic.
8. Recycle whatever you can!
By Steven 2016-6-26 15:38
It's really lucky to find such a professional and responsible manufacturer, the product quality is good and delivery is timely, very nice.
By Tom 2016-5-28 14:44