Food & Drink packaging made from
natural, sustainable & renewable resources
Celebration launched the EnviroWare® range in 2007 as a solution for customers wanting sustainable takeaway packaging.
EnviroWare® food & drink packaging is made from natural raw materials. Once the packaging has been used, can be commercially composted (meeting the EN13432 composting standard).
Plant Starch PLA
Manufactured by NatureWorks LLC, Ingeo PLA (Polylactic Acid) is a biopolymer derived entirely from plant resources. The polymer is made from the carbon found in simple plant sugars from abundant feedstocks such as corn. The end result is a PLA cup or piece of cutlery which performs comparatively to those made from traditional petrochemical based plastics.
Paper is a versatile material and especially appealing when it comes from sustainable FSC® (Forest Stewardship Council®) certified sources. We now have a wide range of paper products in white or kraft colours.
Produced in India, Palm Leaf plates and platters are made from discarded leaves from the Adaka nut palm. The leaves are collected, cleaned and then mechanically pressed into a mould at 120°C; no additional treatments are required. Each individual item has its own unique pattern and structure.
Less fossil fuels
EnviroWare® is designed to be commercially composted along with food waste and residue, where possible. It is especially suited for use on sites operating a closed-loop for their waste management – including festivals, events and universities.
Find a composter
We have conducted extensive research to locate all UK commercial composting sites currently able to process EnviroWare®.
Please email email@example.com to request support in finding a composter.
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