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As suppliers, processors and brands strive for alignment in identifying which materials are sustainable as an industry goal, what started as a vague definition of vague language quickly turns into a biodegradable cutlery bulk business issue.
Most companies are looking for ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions throughout their supply chain. Compared to petroleum-based plastics, the production of bioplastics requires less carbon and can sometimes even offset the carbon produced during packaging production.
However, the scope 3 emissions involved in the receipt and transport of materials can sometimes have a larger carbon footprint than conventional plastics. Scope 3 emissions refer to indirect emissions that a company has no direct control over in the entire supply chain. It is the largest part of a company's carbon footprint, usually accounting for 80% or more of GHG emissions.
How can we expect consumers to properly dispose of biodegradable cutlery bulk in their hands if industry insiders are also bewildered by this issue?
The first step for industry players is to understand bioplastics, biodegradable and compostable material properties, life cycles, sourcing methods and conversion challenges.
We are committed to changing and improving the environment and protecting human health by providing the most innovative and sustainable packaging solutions.
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