The last decade has seen a significant increase in awareness and concern about the environment, perhaps prompted by the renewed
Eco-friendly and sustainable products have been all the rage for some time now. From ditching plastic carrier bags to canning plastic straws, an increasing number of governments worldwide are wising up to the devastating damage that single-use plastics do to our environment. And with consumers now demanding less packaging on products, or eco-friendly packaging as a minimum, the tide is beginning to turn.
In fact, it is probably now a case of companies having to provide eco-friendly solutions to ‘keep up with the Joneses’ as opposed to being considered a trail-blazer, as it’s now simply expected that businesses try to reduce their carbon footprint and do their bit for sustainability
There is a general misconception that because they’re made of cardboard, pizza boxes can automatically be tossed into the recycling bin and made into nice, new products. But that’s only partly correct. Cardboard used for pizza boxes is often spoiled by grease residue. That’s not to mention the scraps of melted cheese, tomato and toppings, all of which makes it no good – and potentially really damaging – for recycling
With the current world situation, takeaways are busier than ever before – providing thousands with a valuable resource to feed themselves and their families every single day. But when it comes to offering that service ethically and practically, switching to eco-friendly and biodegradable packaging over polystyrene and plastic is a quick and easy way to do so. Why make the switch to eco-friendly takeaway food containers from Simply Eco?