Ecosure is creating a sustainable alternative for single-use plastic
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Ecosure is creating a sustainable alternative for single-use plastic

Packaging materials are made of sugarcane bagasse.

Ecosure is creating a sustainable alternative for single-use plastic

Among global environmental corners, the rampant use of single-use plastic is harming the environment worldwide. Packing leftover food in plastic boxes is a common practice in restaurants. To minimize this, Ecosure Pulpmolding is converting sugarcane bagasse into pulp mouldings for food packaging.

CitySpidey came across Ecosure at World Environment Expo 2022 held at Pragati Maidan. Ecosure brings us one of the most innovative and eco-friendly ideas to form sugarcane bagasse into pulp moulding which is 100% safe for food and liquid packaging and also a revolution towards bringing the end of single-use plastic packaging products.

The company offers sustainable solutions to produce inhouse pulp fibre from nonwood resources by using chemical-free patented technology & to produce moulded fibre pulp products.

Gunjan Saxena, the director of sales, says "We are focused to provide products which are need of the hour and completely sustainable. The global bagasse tableware products market growth is fueled by the expansion of quick-service restaurants(QSR) across the globe. And we believe the consumer trends indicate the growing preference towards sustainable, environment-friendly and biodegradable products."

The company has successfully installed more than 10 successful projects installed all around India and 25+ are under installation and upcoming projects. This is a 100 per cent make-in-India solution and gives a free demo to all customers before buying the pulp moulding machines.

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Shubham, Marketing and Sales head, while explaining the process of this recycling says, "Pulp moulding consists mainly of three stations: a.) Pulping, b.) Forming, c.) Trimming. When processed pulp is sourced and stored, it is mixed with water based on the stock that is required at the production side. The pulp, once it reaches a certain consistency, is received in a fluid form. Products are delivered to the thermoforming station which is the machine where they are formed and strengthened. The product gets its non-uniform trim during the last process at the trimming station. The Product then gets checked, Packed & Dispatched."