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Health concerns

Today, many people in every part of the world are still consume toxic substances that come with food and food containers without knowing the fact that these substances can adversely affect humans in number of ways raises serious public health issues.

Styrene Monomer

Found in most common plastic and styrene foam food and drink containers. According to many researches, long term exposure to small quantities of styrene can cause neurotoxic ( fatigue, nervousness, difficulty sleeping), hematological (low platelet and hemoglobin values), cytogenetic (chromosomal and lymphatic abnormalities), and carcinogenic effects. Although it has not yet been proven that styrene causes cancer in human, there is evidence that it causes cancer in animal.


Formed during industrial processes involving chlorine and organic (carbon containing) matter are burned together. Garbage and medical waste, Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) plastic incinerators are leading sources of Dioxin identified by the US Environmental protection Agency.

Dioxin is a potent, cancer-causing agent, and causes reproductive harm. It has been called “the most toxic substance known to science” because of its wide array of adverse health effects and its ability to cause harm at very low exposure levels.

Vinyl Chloride Monomer (VCM)

Found in PVC plastic which is a common material to produce plastic food wrap, conventional food tray, rigid plastic bottle, etc. VCM is easily found when those PVC containers contact with heat. The VCM will contaminate in food. This process can happen since production process, packing process, storage, or whenever heat is involved.

There are number of studies showing that VCM causes of liver cancer.
Environment concerns

The Biodegradable materials
  1. Microbial (bacterial, molds, and algae enzyme)
  2. Biochemical reactions occur in natural environment
  3. The formation of carbon dioxide and water
Our BPE tableware products are fully biodegradable within 45 days after disposal, turning it into natural soil-like fertilizer while conventional plastic and styrene foam may take several decades to biodegrade and they are poisonous not only the soil, underground water sources, but also the air we breath.
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