Fully degradable tableware

Using a wheat straw, sugar cane, reed, straw, and other annual herb fiber pulp through pulping, grouting (or suction, scooping), molding, shaping (or shaping), trimming, selection, disinfection, packaging, etc. The raw materials used are all recycled and renewable, and the physical pulping method does not produce black water and wastewater.

Advantages of pulp molded tableware:

(1) The raw materials are waste paper pulp or renewable straw fibers such as wheat, reed, straw, bamboo, sugar cane, palm, etc., which are widely sourced and inexpensive, and do not use wood.

(4) It can be frozen, frozen, microwaved, and baked at 220 degrees during use

(5) The product can be fully degraded within 45-90 days in the natural state and composted at home. After degradation, the main component is organic matter, not producing any garbage residue and pollution.

(6) As a packaging container, it has the characteristics of buffering, compression resistance, and shock resistance, which can effectively protect the packaged products.

cornstarch lunch box

The main components are carrier resin, corn starch, coupling agent, sizing agent, compatible solvent, and other low-molecular components. Edible fast tableware with starch as raw material. It is made of starch plants as raw materials, adding dietary fiber and other edible auxiliaries through stirring and kneading. The inner waterproof layer, the glue mesh layer, and the outer waterproof layer are four parts.

Most of the corn starch tableware available in the domestic market are partially degradable lunch boxes, which cannot reach the level of complete degradation.

cardboard tableware

The cardboard tableware is 300-350 grams of bleached sulfate wood pulp cardboard as raw material. It is made by die-cutting and bonding or die-cutting, pressing, and shaping through a stamping and forming process similar to sheet metal processing. To prevent it from seeping into oil or water, it is necessary to coat the surface with a film or apply chemical additives.

In production and use, it is non-toxic and has no side effects on the human body. However, the quality requirements for cardboard are higher, and the cost is also increased.