A whopping 89% of plastic waste that litters the world’s oceans is comprised of single-use plastic products. The problem with single-use plastic products is that making them depletes our natural resources and proper disposal isn’t always observed. If plastic products were disposed of properly, we wouldn’t be dealing with a worsening trash problem at all.
When it comes to serveware and food packaging products, the options used to be limited to plastic products. But thanks to technology, we have more options as far as food packaging and serve ware go. Sustainable options such as biodegradable and compostable disposable serve ware are starting to become the norm. If you’re the type
Anytime is a good time to have a picnic especially now that the weather is warmer and the skies are clear! A picnic is a perfect time to bond with friends, unwind, and of course, be close to nature. Spending time outdoors has its fair share of benefits. It helps alleviate anxiety and stress. An
For most people, nothing beats the convenience and flexibility of using plastic products. Plastic materials have been used primarily as packaging materials but they are also used to make serveware. Unfortunately, using plastic products is the worst thing that you could do to the environment. To minimize plastic wastes, some manufacturers came up with better
All discarded materials, including biodegradable products, end up in landfills as garbage. To understand what happens to biomaterials once discarded as trash, it’s important to understand how the process of biodegradation occurs. Biodegradable products are made from organic materials that are broken down by living organisms, such as bacteria, fungi, and other microbes. These materials
Most people prefer reusable dinnerware – silverware, ceramic or steel plates and cutlery – over disposable dinnerware thinking the former is more eco-friendly and convenient to use than the latter. But is it really? Without a doubt, reusable dinnerware is more eco-friendly when compared to single-use plastic products and food packaging. As the name implies,
When it comes to serving a large group of people, nothing beats using disposable dinnerware as opposed to reusable dishes. There is no doubt that disposable dinnerware is more convenient to use. You can simply discard the disposable plates once guests are done eating. That being said, there are different materials used to manufacture disposable
Expanded polystyrene foam, also known as Styrofoam®, is a material used to manufacture a variety of food packaging products. This material is used as a substitute for plastic material because it is cheap and widely available. But just like regular plastic products, Styrofoam® is just as destructive to the environment. What is Styrofoam®? Styrofoam® is
Thinking of going green? With tons of trash making their way to the world’s oceans every day, any time’s the best time to become eco-conscious. Thankfully, you don’t have to make drastic changes in your lifestyle to become earth-friendly. Repurposing old or infrequently used objects in and around the home is a great way to
Using plastic or Styrofoam plates is the norm when entertaining a crowd. Unfortunately, plastic and Styrofoam products lead to unnecessary trash that only ends up in landfills. You can make a conscious effort to preserving the environment by opting for eco-friendly alternatives to single-use plastics like eco-friendly disposables! While reusable dinnerware is best for entertaining

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Hosting an important event? Celebrating a special occasion with friends and family? Whatever occasion you are celebrating, there are ways to make your bash green and earth-friendly. You might not notice it but most parties contribute to the world’s worsening trash problem. In addition, some parties lead to unnecessary food wastes. You can make a