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Plastic Pollution

According to CNN, Plastic straws is a nightmare that destroys the marine environment. Statistics show that about 500 million straws are used every day in the United States, and most of them are not recycled but are thrown straight down, causing water pollution and killing marine life. This is just the number of American, so imagine how many straws the world uses in a day? . Unfortunately, the plastic straws are harmful, but recycling it is not easy. “Plastic straws and other items smaller than two inches, such as plastic utensils, fall through our recycling,” says Jonathan Kuhl of the Washington, D.C., Department of Public Works. So where are most used plastic straws? Sadly, some lie for centuries in the landfill and a large number are in our oceans, and that’s all due to human.

 

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 OUR SOLUTIONS IS EDIBLE PRODUCTS FROM 100% NATURAL 

 Save earth save us

ECOSTRAWS manufacturer have research and develop a new products, which is edible and very friendly with environment. The first product is straws that are perfect solution to ban on  single-use traditional straws.

MADE FROM 100% CLEAN MATERIALS
Rice straws are made from rice. 
No artificial Flavor
No artificial color
No preservatives
 
PROPERTIES
All sizes as regular plastic straws
Water resitance during 48 hours without breaking and cloudiness.
 
AFFORDABLE PRICE 
It is low production costs of rice straws, making them competitive enough to completely replace traditional plastic straws.

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SAVING OUR LIFE BY SAVING THE ENVIRONMENT

The accumulation of plastic waste in the environment cause pollution which have harmful effects not only on the land and rivers by affecting wildlife and habitat, but also on human health. Scientists keep working  to find solutions to reduce and replace plastic for green environment and we-EcoStraws is pround to contribute by studying and producing eco-friendly disposable goods.

Rice straw and other edible product made from 100% clean sources like rice and other grains, not only to replace traditional plastic straws, but you could also eat without worrying about health or the environment.