ECO Tip – Disposable Biodegradable Tableware

As you are shopping for your Forth of July parties, think about buying disposable biodegradable tableware & cutlery.
Jaya Biodegradable has a great natural alternative for styrofoam and plastic silverware. Their forks, knifes, and spoons are made from sugar cane fiber that is a waste product of the sugar refining process. Their products are heat resistant to 200 degrees Fahrenheit, microwave safe, freezer safe and non-toxic. They also cut as well as any plastic fork.
EarthShell has an awesome alternative for styrofoam and plastic plates & bowls. Their dinnerware is made from renewable resources such as corn and potato starches and abundant limestone. Plus they are much sturdier than paper plates and microwave safe too.
Celebrate the Forth & the earth this July by buying biodegradable tableware.

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One response to this post.

  1. Hi folks

    The Jaya Biodegradable and EarthShell products sounds great, I’m all for banging the green drum. Perhaps these and other companies like them would like to join forces with Emap to help ‘Save the World’?

    The organiser of Spring Fair International and Autumn Fair International, Emap Connect, has pledged to raise awareness for the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, which takes place on December 7 – 18 in Copenhagen. As one of the largest B2B publishing companies, we are now charged with the task of persuading the business community that immediate action must be taken on a monumental scale, if global catastrophe is to be averted. In other words, we are all being asked to join together with our customers in order to somehow ‘save the world’.

    To get the ball rolling, over on the Spring Fair Trading Talk blog we are inviting practical solutions to the problem of climate change and asking manufacturers/retailers and other companies to talk about their eco-friendly initiatives and ideas. Please feel free to add your voice to our debate if you think it will be useful.

    http://blog.emap.com/shop/2009/02/21/hark-the-hippy-herald/#comment-1626

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