Eco-friendly dinner ware made from rice husk

13 07 2010

Yes… the husk/hull from the rice industry that is traditionally burnt as it nests pests such as snakes and rats, finally have a use aligned with biodiversity. The husk is re-purposed into dinner service for kids and adults. Not only are you eating your dinner from a melamine free dinner service – you are also assisting the environment in decreasing CO2 emission. (the husk/hull is traditionally burnt to eliminate the pest problem).

What are the benefits of rice husk over melamine:

a. we read about the melamine scare in China but we have no connection with the intake of melamine into our own bodies when we sit in a food court or restaurant and we eat a lovely hot dish served to us straight from a microwave in a melamine food container.  We are taking in melamine!

b. Innovasians Rice husk has NO melamine

c. Rice husk from Innnovasians is stable at -30 deg C to +120 Deg C

d. Innovasians rice husk can be microwaved and is also diswasher safe.

Change to this product NOW – if you care about your health at all.

Contact us today – if you are serving food to your customers and you care about the environment and their safety.

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Promote Recycling – Buy Products With Post-Consumer Content

17 05 2010

Post-consumer waste is the garbage that individuals routinely discard, either in a waste receptacle or a dump, or by littering, incinerating, pouring down the drain or washing into the gutter.  Instead of filling up landfills, this waste can be repurposed and given a second life as a new product.  Keep landfills lean by choosing a product that has a high percentage of post-consumer waste.

Read full article here.

Pepsi’s new reverse vending machine pays you to recycle empty bottles and cans

3 05 2010

Pepsi is partnering up with Waste Management and Keep America Beautiful to roll out vending machines that pay you for your empty PET plastic bottles or aluminum cans.  Organizers hope the Dream Machine will encourage people to recycle, even when they are away from home.

Via Inhabitat

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