Eco-friendly Packaging Materials Supplies

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Nanning Nanguo specializes in the production and sale of paper products made from sugar cane. It has a complete range and excellent quality. It can be customized to supply according to customers’ needs.

Paper Type: Sugarcane pulp
Usage: To make paper cup,paper box and bag, etc
Place of Origin:Guangxi, China
Industrial Use: packaging,printing and office supplies industries
Sample: Available
Custom Order:Accept
Min. Order:10 Tons
Payment Terms: By T/T
Compatible Printing:Offset and flexo printing
FOB Port:  Qinzhou port, China

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What's Sugarcane Paper?
Sugarcane paper is an environmentally friendly and non-polluting product that has several advantages over wood pulp paper. Bagasse is usually processed from sugarcane into cane sugar and then incinerated, causing further environmental pollution. Instead of processing and burning bagasse, it can be made into paper!


(The above is the production process of sugarcane paper)


Item Name Unbleached Sugarcane Base Paper
Application To make paper bowl, coffee packaging, shipping bags, notebook, etc
Color Bleached and unbleached
Paper Weight 90~360gsm
Width 500~1200mm
Roll Dia 1100~1200mm
Core Dia 3 inch or 6 inch
Feature Biodegradable material
Property one side smooth polished
Printing Flexo and offset printing

The Environmental Benefits of Sugarcane Fiber

Approximately 40% of the wood harvested is destined for commercial and industrial uses. This excessive use of wood leads to biodiversity loss, deforestation and water pollution, and contributes to greenhouse gas emissions.

Sugarcane fiber has great potential as an alternative to tree-derived paper products.
Ecological materials have three characteristics: renewable, biodegradable, and compostable. Sugarcane fiber has all three characteristics.

 Renewable-Fast growing crop with multiple harvests per year.
 Biodegradable-Biodegradable means that the product will break down naturally over time. Sugarcane fiber biodegrades in 30 to 90 days.
 Compostable-In commercial composting facilities, post-consumer sugarcane products may decompose more quickly. Bagasse can be fully composted in as little as 60 days. Composted bagasse is transformed into a nutrient-rich fertilizer with nitrogen, potassium, phosphorus, and calcium.
 Sugarcane fiber is now prominent in the field of environmentally friendly packaging materials and is used in several different industries and products.


Sugarcane fiber or bagasse is used to produce:


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