Our Boat shaped disposable platters are single use but 100% home compostable at the same time.
Made from naturally fallen leaves, these Palm Leaf Platters are plastic-free, BPA-free and have no toxic chemicals. Made simply using heat & water, this boat shape serving tray is a low impact product that offers zero landfill solution to single use plastic problem.
No trees are cut down in this process and comes from a sustainable raw material resource.
Suitable for hot & cold foods, use it as a serving platter or for fruit plate ideas- disposable platter is suitable for all events & occasions.
Plastic pollution caused by disposable single use plastic has created one of the biggest environmental crisis of our times. A whopping 91% of the plastic isn’t recycled.
Every year, about 8 million tons of plastic waste escapes into the oceans from coastal nations. That’s the equivalent of setting five garbage bags full of trash on every foot of coastline around the world.
Millions of animals are killed by plastics every year, from birds to fish to other marine organisms. Nearly 700 species, including endangered ones, are known to have been affected by plastics. Nearly every species of seabird eats plastics. Most of the deaths to animals are caused by entanglement or starvation.
Plastic adversely impacts human population as well. Chemicals added to plastics are absorbed by human bodies, some of these compounds have been found to alter hormones or have other potential human health effects.
How can we make a difference here and not contribute to increasing plastic pollution? The answer is simple: Switch to good quality reusables that last. But if we every have a go single use, then look for options that are close to the nature and can be returned back to nature without leaving a negative impact behind. Like our Disposable Tableware made from naturally fallen leaves, free from toxins and is 100% bio-degradable in and with the elements of nature.
If you would like to know more about the Eco-Palm Leaf Tableware then visit our frequently asked questions (FAQ) section here.