The environmentally-friendly tableware is harmless to the human body, non-toxic and tasteless, easy to degrade, and has no pollution during the production, use and destruction process. The product quality is in full compliance with the national food hygiene requirements. After the product is used up, it is easy to recycle, easy to dispose or easy to eliminate. Food containers with characteristics such as nano. Environmentally friendly tableware does not mean degrading tableware, and degrading tableware is only one type of environmentally friendly tableware.
Degradable tableware means that in the natural environment, microorganisms (bacteria, mold, algae) can act as a biochemical reaction under the action of natural environment microorganisms (bacteria, mold, algae), causing the appearance of mildew to internal quality changes. The tableware that eventually forms carbon dioxide and water.
There are two kinds of materials for degradable tableware: one is made of natural materials, such as paper products, straw, starch, etc., which is degradable, also called environmentally friendly products; the other is plastic, which is mainly composed of starch. Made of photosensitizers and other substances.
At first glance, first look at whether there is a QS logo and number on the lunch box; secondly, it depends on whether the surface of the lunch box is smooth and clean, with or without impurities or black spots. In general, transparent plastic lunch boxes are made from pure polypropylene (PP) with a high safety factor; in brightly colored lunch boxes, it is possible to use waste plastics, so the deeper the color, the less secure.
The second touch is to touch the strength of the lunch box, use the recycled waste or a large amount of industrial grade calcium carbonate, talcum powder to produce the lunch box, the strength is generally very poor, and it will rupture with a tear.
The three smells are to smell the smell of the lunch box, and the qualified lunch box can’t smell it.
The characteristics of the “black lunch box” are summed up in six sentences: the hand is pinched soft, the tear is broken, the smell is pungent, the heat is deformed and leaky, the hand is folded, the stone is printed, and the water is shattered. . As long as you remember the jingle above, you can easily distinguish whether the disposable lunch box is qualified.