At Ecomatic we have varities of paper products
At Ecomatic we are providing paper straws that are made in India, nontoxic and SGS approved. Paper straws are a much better choice for the planet as they can decompose without creating a waste problem. The Ecomatic Greenware range of paper straws is not printed with any inks which keeps them food grade and non toxic.
We are bringing in the paper straw revolution by getting most cafes, restaurants and hotels to ditch the plastic and switch to paper.
If you are a cafe, restaurant or hotel looking to make the switch, then write to us at email@example.com
Ecomatic bagasse tableware range is made from the dry fibrous residue left once sugarcane has been pressed for juice. As with our takeaway boxes, these plates and bowls are pressed into shape in a high-heat, high-pressure process.
The result is an economic and sturdy selection of tableware which is more rigid in service than paper plates or bowls, can take hot, wet or oily foods, and is compostable after use. For food service, not storage.
Choose from our classic range or our new source-reduced range. This economic range makes sturdy plates out of even less material, making natural resources go even further.
Areca Leaves Products & Other Bio Degradable Tablewares
The use and throw Palm Leaf Plates / Natural Leaf Plates/ Areca Leaf Plates and Cups made out of Areca Leaf are 100% biodegradable and compostable. These hygienic, non-odorous, non-toxic, light weight plates and cups made out of Areca leaf are environment friendly. An economical disposable alternative for all catering occasions.
These Areca Leaf Products are various products manufactured out of Areca Leaves. Few available products are Areca Leaf round plate in sizes of 6″, 8″, 10″, 12″ with different rib sizes, Areca leaf Hexagon plates in sizes of 6″, 8″, 10″, 12″, Areca Leaf rectangle plates in sizes 6.5″X4.5″, 8″X5″, Areca Leaf Round Bowl of 4″, 5″, Areca Leaf partition plates, Innovative Areca leaf Lunch box, etc.
Quote For The Day
“Green is the Prime Color of the world,
and that from which it’s loveliness arises”