resources of the earth are finite. Disposables are used very briefly, so it definitely makes sense
to switch to renewable materials growing back within one year. Conventional
plastics can be better reserved for applications where they can not be easily replaced.
Many people like to use plant materials, knowing that they are a simple way to
reduce carbon emission and help their business become green.
All our raw materials used are CO2 neutral, regardless of whether the
products are ultimately fermented, composted or incinerated. And even if they are burned in the
worst case, no harmful toxic gases are released during combustion.
But here is the exciting part. When the Wright brothers invented the aeroplane, there were no
airports. Look at air infrastructure now. By choosing compostable products, food service
businesses can actively drive change in Belgian recycling.
The more compostable products in circulation, the faster we can make the switch-over.