|SKU No.||Name||Volume (ml)||Raw Material||Weight (g)||Dimension (Open, mm)||Dimension (Folded, mm)|
|LZ-A-SH89||9*6*3" Clamshell||850||80% Bagasse and 20% Bamboo||28||309*228*H52||228*152*H76|
|LZ-P-SH89||9*6*3" Clamshell||900||80% Bagasse and 20% Bamboo||30||312*228*H46.5||228*153*H80|
|LZ-P-SH89-2||2-Compartment Clamshell||900||80% Bagasse and 20% Bamboo||30||312*228*H46.5||230*153*H80|
|LZ-A-SH08-3||8"3-Compartment Clamshell||800||80% Bagasse and 20% Bamboo||31||407*203*H45||203*203*H63|
|LZ-P-SH08-3||8" 3-Compartment Clamshell||1000||80% Bagasse and 20% Bamboo||37||437*203*H47||220*203*H76|
|LZ-P-SH08||8" Clamshell||1200||80% Bagasse and 20% Bamboo||37||437*203*H47||220*203*H76|
|LZ-A-SH09-3||9'' 3-Compartment Clamshell||1150||80% Bagasse and 20% Bamboo||41||456*228H43||228*228*H63|
|LZ-P-SH09-3||9'' 3-Compartment Clamshell||1300||80% Bagasse and 20% Bamboo||42||463*228*H47.5||228*228*H77|
|LZ-P-SH09||9'' Clamshell||1500||80% Bagasse and 20% Bamboo||42||463*228*H47.5||228*228*H76|
|Plastic||Light in weight,easy to carry.
|Leach out harmful chemicals when hot food/beverages served.
Make our soil infertile
Toxic to Animlas.
Light in weight and easy to carry.
Easy to carry and Store.
Easy to manufacture.
|Trees cut led to deforestation.
The paper mixed with food was not feasible for recycling.
Additives are highly toxic to humans and the ecosystem.
Leakages is quite common
Not safe for use in oven and freezer.
|Bagasse or Bamboo||Environment friendly.
100% biodegradable & compostable within 90 day.
Safe for humans and all living beings.
Sturdy, oven, and freezer safe.
Suitable for all types of functions.
Alternative source of income for agriculturists and rural folks.
|Cost-wise it is marginally on the higher side as compared to plastic and paper.
Shrink packs may cause fungus formation on them.
Should always keep them in airtight containers, to avoid fungal formation on them.
|Canada||Ban a range of single-use plastic products by the end of next year.|
|Kenya||Banned single-use plastic bags in 2017 and, this June, prohibited visitors from taking single-use plastics such as water bottles and disposable plates into national parks, forests, beaches, and conservation areas.|
|Zimbabwe||Introduced a ban on polystyrene food containers in 2017, with fines of between $30 to $5,000 for anyone breaking the rules.|
|United Kingdom||Introduced a tax on plastic bags in 2015 and banned the sale of products containing microbeads, like shower gels and face scrubs, in 2018. A ban on supplying plastic straws, stirrers and cotton buds recently came into force in England.|
|United States||New York, California and Hawaii are among states to have banned single-use plastic bags, though there is no federal ban.|
|The European Union||Plans to ban single-use plastic items such as straws, forks, knives and cotton buds by 2021.|
|China||Has announced a plan to ban non-degradable bags in all cities and towns by 2022. Single-use straws will also be banned in the restaurant industry by the end of 2020.|
|India||Instead of a proposed nationwide ban on plastic bags, cups and straws, states are being asked to enforce existing rules on the storage, manufacture and use of some single-use plastics.|