A Tree-Free Fiber for Paper and Packaging

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A Tree-Free Fiber for Paper and Packaging

Consumer items such as toilet paper, packaging and disposable coffee cups are utilized for a matter of minutes before ending up in landfills around the world. Meanwhile the trees used to produce them take decades to grow. As global populations explode, an alternative is critical. EcoPlanet Bamboo’s sustainably grown and managed bamboo provides a secure, certified and indefinite supply of fiber that can provide the raw resource required to meet rising global demand for such products, while providing consumers a guilt free solution.

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As France Bans Plastics Demand For Biomaterials Will Increase
The new law, which requires that all disposable cups, plates and cutlery are made of biosourced material, and are fully compostible, comes into effect in 2020. It comes as part of the Energy Transition for Green Growth – an ambitious plan that aims to allow France to make a more effective contribution to tackling climate change. Although plastic and packaging proponents are fighting the...
Oct 12, 2016 8:05 AM ET
The Case for a Bamboo Pulp Alternative for Paper and Packaging
Consumer items such as toilet paper, packaging, and disposable coffee cups are utilized for a matter of minutes before ending up in landfills around the world. This video shows how EcoPlanet Bamboo's integrated model of combining a sustainable alternative fiber with clean technology provides a solution to the current issues facing these industries and consumers globally.  ...
May 2, 2016 3:35 PM ET
Why is EcoPlanet Bamboo Focused on Paper Towels?
Global paper consumption is currently running at more than 350 million tons per year and fast approaching an unsustainable one million tons per day.  
Apr 7, 2016 3:45 PM ET
What’s Happening to the Super-Alternatives? Algae- and Bamboo-Based Options
The much-publicised properties of bamboo and algae have made them media darlings. And yet, where are they in our daily lives? Eoin Redahan investigates. In recent years, algae has been mooted as something of a super-material, mainly due to its potential use as a biofuel. Despite existing at the bottom of the food chain, its résumé reads well — it can be grown on wastewater using the sun...
Apr 7, 2016 2:40 PM ET
Can Bamboo Transform the Global Pulp Industry?
Wood pulp and the trees that form it is one of the world’s largest natural resource based industries. And much of it is still sourced from the deforestation of old growth and ancient forests, from Southeast Asia, to South America to the boreal forests of the Northern hemisphere. The supply chain can be split to two major industries, paper and associated products, and rayon,...
Apr 7, 2016 2:35 PM ET