1. What are Eco Friendly Disposable Alternatives?

     

    Did You Know?

    • Palm Leaf Plates take 6-8 weeks to decompose

    • When a Palm Leaf Plate is disposed of, it returns vital nutrients to the ground, while diverting waste from landfills and reducing greenhouse gases.

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    We sell Eco-Friendly & Biodegradable dinnerware Disposables!

    On average, a bamboo item easily decomposes in 2-5 months, to 3 years, while a plastic straw would last one use and take 200 years to de

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  2. Have You Heard of Photodegradation?

     

    You may ask, what is Photodegradation?

    It is, 

    - Plastic that is decomposed by air and a light source (Such as the Sun)
    - Photodegradation only makes the object smaller, it never actually decomposes.
    - Some developers have created a plastic that intentionally Photodegrades certain materials.

    This is another reason why it’s important to recycle!

     Did You Know?

    We sell Eco-Friendly & Biodegradable dinnerware Disposables!

     

    Not sure how to feel yet? We offer 1-piece samples of our items, feel free to check out our inventory and add some items to your cart!

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  3. What is Plastic Free July?

    What is Plastic Free July? – A coalition taking a pledge to not use any Plastic during July.

    Plastic Free July – An Event during the month of July, where people make the conscious decision to not to use any plastic for the whole month.
    Even though it’s only for a month, the more people that participate, the more of a positive impact it has on the environment!

    Zero Waste - Similar to Plastic Free July, It is a Philosophy where one uses re-usable items, instead of disposable.

    Did You Know? – Zero Waste does not have to be the per

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  4. Fun Facts: Palm Leaf Plates

    Did You Know?

    • Palm Leaf Plates take 6-8 weeks to decompose



    • When a Palm Leaf Plate is disposed of, it returns vital nutrients to the ground, while diverting waste from landfills and reducing greenhouse gases.

     Did You Know?

    We sell Eco-Friendly & Biodegradable dinnerware Disposables!

     

    Not sure how to feel yet? We offer 1-piece samples of our items, feel free to check out our inventory and add some items to your cart!

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  5. How to Properly Dispose of Biodegradable Products!

    Don’t: Throw it in the garbage

    Do: Dispose of it in a Personal or Commercial Compost Heap.
    Alternatively, you can send it to a recycling facility that specializes in Biodegradable items.

    Why is it so important to do this?

    When Biodegradable goods are in a landfill, they create methane gas that is bad for the environment. 

    What does Biodegradable mean anyways?

    Biodegradable – Are Products that can break down in the wild and turn into carbon dioxide, water vapor and other organic materials.

    Did You Know?
    Some facilities will use this methane gas to make electricity, but unfortunately, it is a r

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  6. Did You Know? - Plastic Facts!

    Did You Know?

    Styrofoam is NOT Biodegradable, nor is it Recyclable.

    Plastic Takes up to 400 years to degrade, Styrofoam never degrades!

     

    A Plastic Straw takes about 200 years to decompose!

    A better reason to use Paper & Reusable straws!

    This is why it's important to use Eco-Friendly and Biodegradeable disposables!



    ☼ This is why it's important to use Eco-Friendly Alternatives, such as Palm Leaf Plates, Bamboo/Wooden Cutlery!

     

     Did You Know?

    We sell Eco-Friendly &am

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  7. How eco-friendly is Sugarcane?

    Bagasse – The results of compounded Sugarcane after the juice has been extracted from it.

    • Sugarcane bagasse takes 90 days to biodegrade.
    • Products made with Bagasse use less energy to produce than alternatives.
    • Biodegrades faster than other sources like wood.
    • Sugarcane is used for sugar production and normally the stalks are thrown out, causing more pollution. By turning the stalks into bagasse and making disposable items out of them, makes for a great eco-friendly solution.
    • Like Bamboo, Sugarcane grows quickly.


    ★ Did You Know?
    We sell Eco-Friendly & Biodegradable dinnerware Disposables!

    Check us out at Smartpackusa!!

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  8. How Eco-Friendly is Wood?

    • Wood has a light carbon Footprint.
    • When creating Wood Based products, all of the tree is used for a variety of different things, leaving no waste behind.
    • Wood is sustainable and also recyclable and can be remade into other wooden items!

    Wood is VERY eco-friendly!

     Did You Know?

    We sell Eco-Friendly & Biodegradable dinnerware Disposables!

     

    Not sure how to feel yet? We offer 1-piece samples of our items, feel free to check out our inventory and add some items to your cart!

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  9. How Eco Friendly is Bamboo?

    On average, a bamboo item easily decomposes in 2-5 months, to 3 years, while a plastic straw would last one use and take 200 years to decompose. Therefore, it is important to use eco-friendly disposables such as bamboo.

    Here are some fun facts about Bamboo!

    Did You Know?
    • Bamboo has strong roots, which causes the soil to be firmer and in turn, can prevent landslides.
    • It absorbs 2x more carbon dioxide than other plants.
    • Bamboo is the fastest growing plant on Earth!
    • Bamboo helps give plenty of animals homes and food.

    Have you heard??

     

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  10. Clearing Up Confusion about “Green” and “Sustainable” Terms

    So often sustainable-related terms are confused or used interchangeably when they hold separate definitions. As a sustainability centric company, we are passionate about promoting clear, accurate information, and using these terms properly. This article aims to guide business owners and confused consumers on why and how to use these terms properly. Let’s start addressing the common questions we receive: the differences between common green terms.

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