Where used paper plates and other dishes of cardboard and is always ecologically meaningful? Who doesn’t? Paper plates can be found on almost all major public events and also many private parties. Private lacks often simply amount of dishes… is needed E.g. for a birthday, a communion. Or you want to save the whole annoying rinse at a more private celebration. Or you simply have fear of the expensive dishes of your in-laws.
In all these cases we access private… cardboard dishes such as just paper plates, disposable cups. This you can simply store and again easier to dispose of. There is also nothing to break, and we need no excessively large dishwasher. But certainly large public events such as for example festivals, festivals, fairs are the main site of this disposable tableware,….
What would make for example the French of fries stand, when he at once without specifically mid-term cardboard trays come out should be? Or even remember the whole sausage stalls, ideally serving your hot sausage on a paper plate with demolition, so that they can also grab your sausage, without burning the hands and without, that they are too greasy. Disposable tableware should generally different criteria: it must consist of easily to be made and as far as possible from renewable raw materials – here paper plates have a big advantage over plastic plates of raw material must be cheap to obtain and process the final product must be food safe, finally, we want to eat without concerns of / from this drink. The dishes have to use easy to recycle and the paper plates are quite easier than your relatives out of plastic in all of these points are paper plates and other cardboard tableware far forward. Luckily today also prefers inserted paper cups instead of disposable cups made of plastic, so also better protects the environment. It is quite astonishing that Cup as a raw material cardboard – so thicker paper – made are so long sealing remain, that we now put them both cold and hot drinks. The currently popular coffee cups to go are finally mostly made of cardboard. Paper plates are no longer so, but we should also consider that even if these dishes are made from renewable raw materials, we produce yet again new throw-away articles. Some fries, sausages, is probably quite acceptable, as for example on a funfair, where we otherwise on French fries to the take would have to do without. But we must not always equal access to the cardboard dishes when a smaller private event.