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Bamboo Pulp Tableware

Bamboo is a fast growing grass that works to sequester carbon from the atmosphere and replace it with clean oxygen, all without irrigation, fertilisers or pesticides.
PFAS free
√ Home compostable
 All nature 
 NO pesticide
 NO fluorine 
 An 100% reduction in plastic waste
 Premium quality
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    Domestic Paper Recycling
    This product is suitable for domestic paper recycling in your kerbside bin as well as being home compostable. 
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    Home compostable
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    Domestic paper recycling and home compostable
  • reduction in plastic wastes5h
    An 100% reduction in plastic waste
    Reduce your plastic waste by 100% compared to conventional plastic trays on the market.
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    Premium quality
    Our experienced production team and product experts combine their knowledge with our state-of-the-art lab to ensure all our products meet the highest quality, both in presentation and performance.
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Domestic paper recycling 
and home compostable

Under TAC Review by APCO

Using fibre rather than plastic means the end-of-life benefits are significant. Consumers can place the trays in their kerbside paper recycling bin, after removing the lidding film, which will increase the raw material recovery rate to 70%. Consumers can also remove the laminate and discard in the bin to make the trays home compostable, backed by an International Composting Certificate. Adding the L2025 lidding film will create a fully recyclable option.

What happens to the laminate when recycled?
The laminate on the tray is removed during the normal pulping process (much like with tetra pak containers) and is disposed of in landfill.

Did you know
Paper and fibre have one of the highest rates of recovery and recycling, much higher than plastic, making the fibre tray an easy and visible option for sustainable packaging.


The advantages of bamboo

Bamboo is rapidly becoming a viable alternative to plastic and has become a hot commodity in the sustainable marketplace. It requires no pesticides or fertilizers, is certified compostable and uses a third less water to grow than cotton.

It also grows rapidly, reduces soil erosion and absorbs 5 times more carbon dioxide while producing 35% more oxygen than trees.

… and to complete the circular economy, bamboo can be recycled in the domestic paper recycling stream. It doesn’t get any better than that!