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Eco-Friendly Solution To Plastic Plates

With plates made from areca leaves, this Coimbatore firm has found a new replacement for plastic cutlery.

08/02/2020 4:27 PM
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32 comments

  • Soumya P.
    09/09/2020 17:07

    Great going, good job guys. Going natural is only wealth we can give to next generations. Health of people and earth is most important. God bless you

  • Vidya S.
    08/30/2020 19:52

    Lekin ye market me bahot mahegi milti hai

  • Ritu A.
    08/29/2020 09:19

    Green n clean

  • Ritu A.
    08/29/2020 09:19

    V.good job

  • Neeru A.
    08/20/2020 13:44

    I needed tiffin boxes with lid to pack food ...

  • Neha G.
    08/16/2020 13:31

    First we need to plant trees, 🙂 to go green

  • Sundaram A.
    08/15/2020 02:16

    This is the greatest contribution to the environment to make it free of plastics. Kudos to this company for its contribution to the society.

  • Manisha K.
    08/09/2020 17:49

    Will you please provide that training in belguam

  • Anisha R.
    08/09/2020 10:52

    Goooood

  • Eshu A.
    08/09/2020 04:00

    Go green!!!

  • Archana S.
    08/05/2020 17:38

    Can I have any contact of them I want to join them. I stay in mumbai and there is need of such innovation here

  • Nikita N.
    08/05/2020 12:58

    Recycling or cutting trees for these

  • Senthilsrinivasan R.
    08/04/2020 12:36

    There is such a company nearby producing such plates in Perur, Coimbatore. Contact no. 80988 89180 and 9751741829

  • Varsha G.
    08/04/2020 09:15

    Do u have the contact details of the persons making it

  • Naeem T.
    08/04/2020 02:26

    But aren’t you destroying trees?

  • Satheesh K.
    08/03/2020 15:40

    This is commonly mfd in Karnataka...and exported to western countries...lot of mfd in Karnataka..it's also mfd Kerala..not new innovation..

  • Naveen K.
    08/03/2020 07:33

    Excellent eco friendly products

  • Amith T.
    08/03/2020 06:13

    I had a manufacturing unit of these Areca leaf plates in Karnakata India.

  • Michael N.
    08/03/2020 05:49

    But the storage by the vendor is very unhygienic. In one shop that sells these kind of disposable items kept racks of this areca plates outside his shop and one dog came sniffed and pissed on it. So before using this plate soak it in water for sometime and wash thoroughly before use.

  • Protheesh S.
    08/03/2020 05:49

    Problem with these plates are fungus growth, if that can be solved it's a innovative product.

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