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This company makes food packaging out of bamboo to cut down on trash
by Sarah Karacs
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18 February 2017
On 18 February 2017 CNN Money reported:
After growing rapidly in recent decades, Thailand has become one of Asia's biggest economies. But like many other countries in the region, it's been slow to try to combat the millions of tons of trash produced each year. One company is turning to the country's plant life. Universal Biopack makes packaging that it sells to restaurants, organic farmers, and manufacturers. But rather than plastic, it uses a mixture of bamboo and cassava, crops that are widely found across the country. The company is using a technology devised at a Bangkok university to make its zero-waste packaging. It hopes it will eventually replace many of the Styrofoam boxes and plastic bags that end up in huge garbage dumps across Thailand and other Southeast Asian countries.
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Universal Biopack says it's also getting interest in its products from other countries, particularly in Scandinavia.
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