Non-biodegradable Kitchenware

Aakash Johry, IIT Kanpur

Plates, cups, saucers and other tableware that are made of plastic are not biodegradable, It is possible to decompose ceramic forms but at an expense.
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As a lot of biodegradable materials with same properties that ceramic and plastic materials exhibit, are opening alternative options for a better and sustainable world, it's always wise to choose not to use Plastic and Ceramic utensils.
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2009 - 09.20.
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