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Krasnodar and Stavropol eye eco-friendly dish plants

25 Jun '12
Plants to produce eco-friendly dishes will be launched in the Krasnodar and Stavropol regions later this year, news agency Cleandex reports.

The dishes will reportedly be made from corn starch, polylactide, sugar cane, palm leaves and bamboo. The plates are harmless for people and environment when disposed of. Their natural biocomponents fully decompose within six-to-nine months in soil.

Under plans, the plants will produce up to 100 million dish units per month.

The project investor and further details have yet to be disclosed.
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