Biodegradable and Compostable Disposable Cups and Plates from Sugarcane Bagasse and Wheat Straw Manufacturing Production of single use Disposable Food Service Products

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Introduction

Bagasse is remapped in a kind of paper that is used to make plates, cups, and glass. Recycling, lightweight, and other physical properties of disposable cups will continue to make them the leading choice of packaging food products. Disposable cups are designed to hold both hot and cold substances, further enhancing their applicability in the global food and beverage industry.

However, most disposable cups are made from plastic materials to reduce the possibility of food contamination. This creates concern about the impact of such plastic cups on the environment, whether in the case of increased production or from dumping plastic disposable cups of waste. 

The uses of biodegradable plates and cups are numerous. They:

  • Cheap
  • Easy to use
  • Easy to dispose
  • Hygienic
  • Easily available   
Market Overview

Disposable cups made from bioplastics or other such materials are predicted to meet surplus demand in the coming years. Such favorable consumer preferences, combined with rapidly increasing consumption in the world, will also continue to strengthen the growth of the global disposable cups market. Global market for disposable cup projects By the end of the year 2026, more than US $ 21.2 disposable cups will be sold globally.

Growth will be driven by increased choices and convenience of food away from home or prepared. Demand will be supported by a shift towards the use of high-value products featuring durable plastics or compostable materials.

More than ever, consumers are demanding flexibility in their food choices. Generally, they are seeking speed and convenience. The availability of online ordering and delivery services allows the enjoyment of eating out while running for their busy lives.

As this trend continues to grow, establishments that serve them must be prepared to pack food for takeout or delivery while ensuring the best dining experience for their guests. This includes containers, wraps, and bags. Single-use items used should prevent spread, facilitate, and best represent the image that the food service establishment is trying to achieve.

Global sales of disposable cups are expected to grow steadily at 5.1% CAGR, generating revenue from sales of 850bn units by the end of 2026.

Today, the market is growing a conscience. With increasing awareness of plastic bags and plastic hazards in various cities, people are becoming more accepting of biodegradable materials.

Renewable resource

Sugarcane is a very fast renewable resource that does not have to cut any trees. As a by-product of sugar production, bagasse doesn’t require additional cultivated areas and does not affect the area of forests. On the contrary: It is actually a sustainable and environmentally friendly alternative to traditional paper production because bagasse paper production wastes far less energy than wood paper production.

Characteristics of bagasse products:
  • Very strong, stable, and very flexible
  • Good thermal property: suitable for temperatures from -25 ° C to 220 ° C;
  • Water repellent and oil proof: It is also suitable for hot and very oily/greasy dishes
  • Fully biodegradable and compostable
Manufacturing Process

Bagasse is a newly developed material for the production of tableware. Compared to other raw materials, bagasse plates and cups have a longer life span and better appearance, compared to polyester, bagasse is more environmentally friendly, which can be easily absorbed or recycled. Bagasse pulp, which can be obtained from papermaking plants, is used as a raw material after the pulp, the molding and drying section will go through the sterilization and edge trimming section before packaging the tableware.

Manufacturing stages:

1) Pulping:

Soak the pulp paper board and put it into the hydraulic pulper. After the pulp, the pulp will go into the mixing tank and add water and oil, then the pulp supply goes to the tub for machine vacuum suckering and forming.

2) Forming:

Construction is the key process in a production line. This process is quantitative pulp supply, backflushing power supply, vacuum dewatering, and forming. With advanced technology to eliminate holes, uneven thickness during production to reduce defective items. The semi-finished product will be transported in a drying mold for acidity.

3) Shaping and drying:

In this process, steam is used for heat drying. Compared to electric heating, there will be 70% energy savings, meeting the hygiene requirements of food packaging, increasing resource utilization. The qualified production rate is up to 99%.

4) Edge cutting and sterilization:

Products extracted from the shaper will be transported to the edge cutting machine, where the excess edge will have to be trimmed. UV sterilization is applied to ensure production meets hygiene requirements.

5) Packaging:

The final product is packed and stored.

Biodegradable Process    ( From Nature to Nature )

1) Sugarcane
2) Sugar Mills
3) Bagasse Pulp Sheets
4) Biodegradable Plate
5) Compost in Landfill
6) Biodegradation Co2 + H2O

 

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  • Introduction to Project and Industry
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  • Impact on environment
  • Foreign Trade Income
  • Value addition
  • Import replacement
  • Technology assimilation and so on
  • Present condition of the business
  • Consumer Inclinations
  • Market Prerequisites
  • Market Portions
  • Distribution Channels
  • Market Qualities of the Item
  • Export Possibilities and Global Market
  • Marketing and selling game plans
  • SWOT Analysis

CMA Data – Credit Monitoring Arrangement Data

  • Particulars Of Existing / Proposed Bank Credit Facilities (Form – I)
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  • Projected Balance Sheet (Form – III)
  • Comparative Operation Statement (Form – IV)
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  • Cash Flow Statement – (Form – VI)

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  • Cost of Project & Means of Finance
  • Details of Raw Materials 
  • Details of Utilities
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  • Technical Manufacturing Business Process
  • Assumptions in monetary projections
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  • Cost of Production and Profitability
  • Fund Flow Statement
  • Working Capital Cycle
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  • BEP – Break Even Point Analysis
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  • Calculation of payback period
  • Debt to Equity Ratio
  • Working Notes for Monetary Projections
  • EBIT – Earnings before interest and taxes
  • EBITDA – earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization
  • Cash Burn Rate
  • Discounted Cash Inflow & Outflow
  • NPV – Net Present Value
  • Net Worth

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