Europe has called for a ban on all disposable plastic cutlery, including cups, plates, knives, forks and spoons.The Independent reported. In the future, these products will have to be made from compostable or bioderived materials. The ban stipulates that the use of other non-substitute plastics used in EU countries should be reduced by 2025.
There is more to going ‘Green’ than opting for green lunches. It’s more than just munching on a healthy salad. You might also want to consider the cutlery you use.Are you using real eco-friendly cutlery or the usual plastic ones that go straight to the bin after just one use?
Wooden disposable tableware is ideal for parties, restaurants, cafes, takeaways, etc.Wooden disposable tableware has the characteristics of environmental protection, degradable and harmless to the environment.There is no shortage of environmental protection.
As the national carrier aims to eliminate plastic usage as much as possible, Air India express and Alliance Air would go plastic free immediately, however, some of the flights of Air India will still continue to use the plastic products due to operational issues.But the use of wooden cutlery is a big trend.