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Types of Recyclable Paper Straws

by Sunny Ou Eco-Friendly Packaging for Food and Drinks

According to report, all plastic packaging in the EU should be reusable or recyclable by 2030. Environmentally friendly packaging with barrier coatings makes this goal achievable. The rising strain on the environment caused by plastic packaging is a major challenge at present. Therefore, the circular economy, which the European Union launched with an action plan back in 2015, is an important step.


Plastics are remarkable materials with a wide variety of properties and are durable, inert, and moldable. The problem arose when plastic became a single-use, disposable material on a daily basis. The world produces more than 400 million tons of plastics every year, and 36% is destined for single-use materials, such as packaging, which in turn generates 300 million tons of waste (UNEP 2018). Of that amount, only 9% is recycled, 12% is incinerated, and the remaining 79% accumulates in landfills and dumps or is littered in the environment, with half of this amount coming from packaging waste (Geyer et al. 2017).


For packaging industry, it is a challenge! So, what kind of substitutes should we find to replace disposable plastic straws? Recyclable paper straw is the best alternative!


Water-based coating/aqueous coating paper straw is recyclable paper straw. Using high-performance barrier coatings is possible to create innovative packaging materials that are superior to plastics in many ways. The heat-sealing coating is with excellent moisture and vapor barrier properties. Good product resistance characteristics for a wide range of demanding foil and paper packaging applications. FDA compliant for direct food contact.

 

Let’s Live on a Zero Waste Earth! Using Water-Based Barrier Coated/Aqueous Coating Paper Straws

 

MVI ECOPACK is devoted to creating innovative packaging materials with barrier coatings to fight plastic waste. A biodegradable, renewable, fiber-based solution for paper straws, enabling the food industry to provide consumers with an alternative to single-use plastic straws.

 

What kind of recyclable paper straws can MVI ECOPACK provide?

 

 

Standard Drinking Straw

 

• 7mm x 190-250mm

• Tip: flat, sharp

 

Packing

> 3000 pcs/carton (no individual wrapping)

> 2100 pcs/carton (individual paper wrapping)

> carton size 52 x 41.5 x 30 cm

 

Bubble Tea Straw


• 12mm x 210-250mm

• Tip: flat, sharp, spoon


Stirrer Straw

• 2.5mm x 150-210mm

• good for stirring & sipping drinks

E.g., hot coffee/tea & cold short glass drinks


Custom Print Straw


• Made upon request

• Print logos to highlight corporate green image

• Print special designs to attract more customers


Our recyclable paper straw is totally different from traditional paper straw. Traditional paper straw adopts paper/wet-strength paper with glue. Ours uses 1 piece of water barrier coated paper (100% recyclable and environmentally friendly), adopting ultrasonic heat-sealing technology without glue. Many people think that traditional paper drinking straws are recyclable because they are made from paper, but this actually a big misconception. Traditional paper drinking straws roll up three to five layers of wet paper and glue them together. And because paper drinking straws use glue and wet paper, paper drinking straws cannot be recycled by most pulp mills.


What are the characteristics and advantages of our recyclable paper straws?


1. Made from renewable resource, which can reduce CO2 emissions and other environmental impacts.

2. Biodegradable, compostable and 100% recyclable

3. Ultrasonic heat-sealing technology, no glue

4. Complies with FDA direct food contact regulations and non-toxic

5. Eco-friendly products are the best way to improve your corporate brand image

6. Support custom printing to make your products unique.


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About Sunny Ou Junior   Eco-Friendly Packaging for Food and Drinks

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