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Disposable and compostable bagasse.

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           LIVING GREEN - Friday, May 30, 2008

Good morning, 

Yesterday we talked about substituting paper products for 
plastics, but paper products have to come from somewhere, 

Now you can get disposable plates and dinnerware made from 
a very renewable and very biodegradable byproduct. It is 
even compostable, right in your own garden. 

It has been around for a long time and I bet you've never 
even heard of it. Scroll down to find out more. 

Thanks for reading, 

Your Living Green editor 


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* Disposable, compostable and biodegradable plates made from 
100 percent bagasse - sugarcane fiber remaining after ex-
traction of juice from the sugarcane.  Sugarcane is not only 
a readily renewable resource, but the sugarcane fiber can be 
turned into products normally made from plastic or paper 
and avoids the pollution from normal burning of sugarcane 
pulp after juice extraction. 

* These biodegradable plates are soak proof, have no plastic 
or wax lining applied to it and can be used for both hot and 
cold items.  A far superior alternative to styrofoam and 
plastic as well as paper plates made from cutting down trees. 

* Unbleached bagasse plates are also available - in natural 
light brown color.  Bleaching is usually not necessary, is 
pollution causing and is mostly done using chlorine or 
chlorine compounds, which release dioxins. 

* If you cannot find bagasse plates in your local stores you 
can purchase them online. 


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