How can Biodegradable Straws Help the Environment?

by Rose Walker Writer

If you want to protect the environment, then you must use biodegradable straws. Indeed, single-use plastics are a big issue. Many governments have banned the use of plastic products. This is the high time to switch to other eco-friendly alternatives.


Every year, we discard several billions of plastic tools in Europe. However, by changing to paper, your business can enormously decrease this number.


#1 Recyclable Items

Indeed, biodegradable plastic straws are recyclable. You can use them safely. But these are not readily availed. But other alternatives like glass, metal are available in the market. Now, this is the time to choose an eco product.

#2 Only Sustainable Alternatives

Reusable plastic straws are not suitable alternatives. Choose an environmentally friendly alternative for your kitchen or business purposes. You know, plastic takes two hundred years to decompose and emits chemicals and toxins while decomposing. So why don't you try paper straws?

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#4 Alternative for Our Customers

Do you want these with drinks and beverages? Purchasing the bio-degradable straws in bulk is an excellent choice for you.

If you want to buy these for your house, then you should go for metal, glass or silicone straws. But if you wish to purchase these in bulk for your company, then the paper is the most affordable choice. 

With us, you can add a logo with our products. Thus we help you to promote your brand. 

#5 Affordable

Most of these are affordable. We offer paper straws at the lowest price. Wilbistraw accepts bulk orders. Moreover, now you can customize the design, color and dimension with us.


Our products are biodegradable and compostable and BPA free. If you want straws for your business in bulk, then feel free to call us.

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